20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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Royersford OKs brick wall at 10th Avenue (WhatsThe422.com)
A large brick wall decorated with community group signs and a corporate advertisement may soon welcome visitors traveling from Limerick into Royersford Borough.

In Spring City: New library costs $1 million (WhatsThe422.com)
With nearly half of the funding secured through a state grant, the board of directors of the Spring City Library is moving forward with a new facility on Brown Street.

Lane Restrictions Scheduled On Route 29 For Resurfacing (GVFTMA)
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced lane restrictions are scheduled on Route 29 between Germantown Pike and Main Street in Collegeville Borough and Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County

Huge deer hunt planned at Valley Forge (The Lansdale PA Reporter)
Valley Forge National Historical Park officials plan to begin killing more than 1,000 deer at the park over the next four years.

Chester County Hospital’s relationship with Keystone Mercy Medicaid HMO ends (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Chester County Hospital officials said their agreement with Keystone Mercy Health Plan, the Philadelphia region’s largest Medicaid HMO plan, officially ended last week when their contract expired.

Teen Nabbed for Bringing Drugs into Montco Courthouse (KYW-AM, Philadelphia PA)
There are some things you’re not supposed to bring into a courthouse.  Illegal drugs are pretty high on that list.

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