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

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Plant mulls waste options (Norristown PA Times Herald)
Exelon Corp. has applied for government permission to begin shipping some of the low-level radioactive waste generated at the Limerick Nuclear Generating Station to its Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station in York County.

Montgomery County official billed for county records (Norristown PA Times Herald)
After seeking records from Montgomery County for two months, a county commissioner was informed he could see the documents for a price – $245.75.

Annual Budget “Scrum” Kickoff Tuesday (PA Independent)
On Tuesday, Gov. Ed Rendell will give his final budget address to the General Assembly and taxpayers of Pennsylvania, officially kicking off what has become a political scrum season for Democrat and Republican lawmakers.

Study Ties SIDS To Key Brain Chemical (WFMZ-TV, Allentown PA)
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association may explain why seemingly healthy looking babies die from Sudden Infant Death syndrome.

Author Reiswig & Dr. Shllenberger Explore Alzheimer’s Disease in Program (Ursinus College)
Author Dr. Gary Reiswig will read from his newly published memoir. The Thousand Mile Stare: One Family’s Journey through the Struggle and Science of Alzheimer’s March 2 during a program in Bomberger Auditorium on the Ursinus College campus. The event is free and open to the public.

Political Cartoonist Joe Szabo to Speak (Ursinus College)
Joe Szabo, an internationally-known editor, publisher and former political cartoonist in Europe and the United States, will speak at Ursinus College on Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m. in Musser Auditorium, Pfahler Hall.  The event is free and open to the public.

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