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

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Change for 4 S-F school board seats set for Dec. 7 (WhatsThe422.com)
They did not grab headlines like Owen J. Roberts School District, but several new faces and one familiar one will soon be taking office in Spring-Ford.

Spring-Ford School District applies for H1N1 aid (WhatsThe422.com)
The Spring-Ford Area School District recently posted information on its Web site about the H1N1 virus, a flu strain more widely known as swine flu. Last month, the school board approved a motion to seek vaccine assistance from the state. Administrators have not yet heard what, if any, aid will be delivered.

Phila.-area gets $2.4M in Pa. work-force training grants (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Pennsylvania awarded $11 million in work-force training and industry partnership grants on Thursday, including more than $2.4 million to Montgomery County and four others in the Philadelphia region.

Contracts Talk Continue Between Acme and the Union (KYW-AM, Philadelphia PA)
Contract talks between Acme and the union representing clerks at 28 area supermarkets continued on Saturday.

SEPTA workers approve five-year contract (The Inquirer, Philadelphia PA)
With none of the dramatics that marked their bitter, six-day strike against SEPTA, transit workers voted overwhelmingly yesterday to approve a new five-year contract.

Hays new to Spring City Council (The Phoenix, Phoenixville PA)
WhatsThe422.com Reporter Michael Hays, at age 28, recently had been voted onto Spring City Borough Council as the youngest sitting member by more than 20 years.

Limerick Veterinary Hospital addresses cat overpopulation (Norristown PA Times Herald)
The math is as startling as it is tragic.

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