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Published during the week just ended in The Limerick Post:

Saturday, Dec. 12

Friday, Dec. 11

  • Costco Approved Without Traffic Improvements
    The first portion of the Gateway At Sanatoga project, including a Costco warehouse store, gas station, restaurants and bank was approved Thursday by the Limerick (PA) Board of Supervisors. It did not include improvements to Evergreen Road, WhatsThe422.com reports. (The Post is linking to, but did not write, this story)
  • Holiday Greetings From Our Troops
    From far-away places like Iraq, Afghanistan and Alaska, to loved ones in Collegeville and Phoenixville, members of the U.S. Armed Forces sent their holiday best wishes by video.

Thursday, Dec. 10

  • Revive Finds Phoenixville Partner For Dances
    An area teens-only dance club is branching out, again, this time only a dozen or so miles to the east.
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    It may easily be considered the busiest weekend of the year. There are concerts, festivals, house tours, open houses, Santa visits, luminary walks and holiday memorial services across Pottstown, Sanatoga and Limerick. If you go out, you won’t be bored.
  • Snowfall Set The Scene During Wentz Tour
    An surprising earl winter snowfall helped make thinks white, bright and festive Saturday for the annual Candlelight Tour at Peter Wentz Farmstead, the Montgomery County (PA) historic site in Worcester.
  • Emergency Dispatches For Dec. 9, 2009
    Local and area emergencies that occurred Wednesday, to which Montgomery County (PA) dispatchers sent first-responder teams.

Wednesday, Dec. 9

Tuesday, Dec. 8

Monday, Dec. 7

Sunday, Dec. 6

  • Thanksgiving Day March On Philly
    Most of the Spring-Ford community by now knows its high school’s marching band was featured last week in Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day parade. However, local residents who were enjoying a meal out of town probably missed the ABC television performance. Fear not; it’s been saved at YouTube.
  • Rams’ Thanksgiving Marchers At Street Level
    Maybe a canned network production of the Spring-Ford band’s Thanksgiving Day parade salute is too slick for you. A view of the performance, as shot from a curb as the band passed by, also is on YouTube.
  • The Week In Review In Limerick
    For Nov. 30-Dec. 5, 2009

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