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Published during the week just ended in The Limerick Post:

Saturday, July 31

  • Peering Into The Future? Gov’s Bridge Proposal And 422
    The governors of Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Friday proposed a “public-private partnership” to rebuild a bridge over the Delaware River, and then charge tolls to pay for it. Sound familiar? A similar concept has been suggested to pay for improvements on U.S. Route 422.
  • Keep Healthy Next Week
    A weekly review of free or low-cost local seminars, support groups, screenings, tests and clinics to help you stay healthy and fit, sponsored or conducted by community health care organizations.

Friday, July 30

  • Premium Outlets Host Two Summer Concerts
    The last musical performances of the month at the Limerick PA shopping complex will be held this Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
  • Phoenixville Designers Win Site Project Award
    KMS Design Group of Phoenixville PA was honored for its work with a team that created a senior living center.
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Enjoy five – count ’em, five! – different musical performances this weekend, from the Travis Wetzel Trio at the Tri-PAC tonight in Pottstown to Flamin’ Dick on Sunday in Sanatoga. Oh, and get dancing in Phoenixville; buy your produce at a local farm market; and live like the colonials did, if only for a few hours, at Pottsgrove Manor.
  • Area Universities Benefit From Tax-Funded Grants
    $2.5 million in grants were awarded Thursday to Pennsylvania universities so they could hire researchers, fund new technology development, and eventually create new private sector jobs. Penn State, Villanova, Lehigh, Temple and Penn State-Berks were among the recipients. (This story is published by The Pennsylvania Independent, and is hosted at its website).
  • Your Freedom To Petition, A First Amendment Guarantee
    The ability for Americans to express themselves, granted by the First Amendment, has made our nation great.

Thursday, July 29

  • Municibid CEO Berry Attends Supernova
    Greg Berry, who heads an area company that provides auction services to Montgomery County PA and other municipal governments nationwide, will be soaking up technology information this week.
  • H-K Group Hosts Autism ‘Cycle Ride This Fall
    The multi-state, Skippack PA-based seller of construction and landscaping materials and services will play host to a September fund-raising motorcycle ride into the Poconos.

Tuesday, July 27

  • Another Township Endorses 422 Master Plan
    Like their counterparts in Limerick, Upper Merion supervisors were unanimous in their support of the plan but said they were not yet taking a position on tolling the highway.

Monday, July 26

  • Teen Carnival Draws A Crowd In Limerick
    (With Video) Teens were surveyed about what it should do. They helped plan what it included. And when the Teen Carnival came to Limerick’s Veterans Park, they showed up to support and enjoy it.
  • Costing-Out Study Costing Suburban Schools?
    Do suburban school districts like Spring-Ford, Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Owen J. Roberts get gypped in state funding by a formula that some in Harrisburg think favors larger cities? The Costing-Out Study, on which the formula is based, is under debate. (This story is published by The Pennsylvania Independent and is hosted on its website).
  • Your Freedom To Report, A First Amendment Guarantee
    The ability for Americans to express themselves, granted by the First Amendment, has made our nation great.

Sunday, July 25

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