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Published during the week just ended in The Limerick Post:

Saturday, Aug. 7

Friday, Aug. 6

  • County Offers Cell Phone Tour On Perkiomen Trail
    Hear the history of the Perkiomen Trail, and soak up knowledge of the local environment too, by dialing in to a new cell phone tour being offered by Montgomery County from Rahns to Green Lane PA.
  • Fix OK’d For Western Tech School Drainage
    The Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center joint operating committee agreed Monday to a set of engineering recommendations addressing drainage issues at the school in Limerick PA. (This story is published by The Phoenixville PA Phoenix and is hosted at its website).
  • Royersford Treat Found At Store That Clones Itself
    Nelson’s Ice Cream, the yummy Royersford PA treat, is on the wholesome menu of a new bulk products store in East Greenville PA that features organic, gluten-free, and natural non-brand-name foods. (This story is published by the Allentown PA Morning Call and is hosted on its website).
  • Ursinus Student Works For Conservation In New Jersey
    Lauren McGrath has spent her summer watching the spectacle of nature unfold in the low tidal waters of Corson’s Inlet NJ. (This story is published by Ursinus College and is hosted on its website).

Thursday, Aug. 5

  • LGS Tests New Siren System, Beginning Next Week
    Exelon spent $3.8 million locally to upgrade 165 emergency warning sirens. They will be tested starting next week across portions of three counties, and should be operational by November.
  • Sundaes And Silliness Last Night In Limerick
    Pack a fun musical band, containers of ice cream and dozens of youngsters Wednesday into the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors chambers and what do you get? Controlled mayhem, and lots of laughter.
  • On Blogger’s List, 2 Limerick Area Places You Can’t Visit
    They’re attractive because they are different, forbidden and illegal. You shouldn’t go to either. But blogs like Hack Nation, which published an article last week, keep recommending them anyway.
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Musical concerts in Sanatoga and Pottstown, both in parks on Sunday. A boatload of free First Saturday family events in downtown Pottstown. Fiber arts workers plying their craft , also Saturday, in Phoenixville. And if you’ve got time Friday night, get your chess moves down pat.
  • Ursinus Fellows Find Alternatives To Pesticide Use
    Two Ursinus College students next week will present results of pesticide research at the Ecological Society of America conference in Pittsburgh. They’ve found valuable alternatives that could have a far-reaching impact on agriculture. (This story is published by Ursinus College and is hosted on its website).
  • Governor Starts Tour Beneath Bridge
    Gov. Ed Rendell is on a four-day, 20-stop bus tour of Pennsylvania to build support for more funding for roads, bridges, and mass transit. (This story is published by WFMZ-TV and is hosted on its website).
  • Less Snow For Philly Area Next Winter
    The Philadelphia region should be spared another record-setting amount of snowfall this winter, Accuweather forecasters said Tuesday. (This story is published by WPVI-TV and is hosted on its website).

Wednesday, Aug. 4

Tuesday, Aug. 3

  • Ursinus Museum Marks 20 Years With New Wing
    A new wing of the Berman Museum at Ursinus College in Collegeville PA has opened up the entire contents of its permanent collection to campus passers-by.
  • Royersford To Interview 3 For Codes Enforcement
    Borough Council is moving to take its code enforcement activities in-house, potentially saving Royersford as much as $43,800 annually. (This story is published by The Spring-Ford Reporter and is hosted on its website).
  • Commissioners Sue Controller For Not Paying Bills
    The Montgomery County commissioners have sued Controller Diane Morgan for refusing to pay two county contractors. (This story is published by The Lansdale Reporter and is hosted on its website).

Monday, Aug. 2

Sunday, Aug. 1

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