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Published during the week just ended in The Limerick Post:

Saturday, Aug. 14

  • AAA Members Get Outlet Discounts Saturday
    Are you a Triple-A member? Do you like to shop? Do you like to get stuff you buy cheaper? If yes to all, welcome to the no-brainer of the day.
  • Education Subsidy Could Help State Pension Plans
    Senate Republicans are looking at extra education funding from the federal government to address the state’s public pension crisis. (This story is published by The Pennsylvania Independent and hosted at its website).
  • Federal Funds For Regional Road Projects Drying Up
    A Montgomery County planning official thinks future highway tolling, if approved, won’t be limited to U.S. Route 422. It may well apply to all state and federally maintained roads. (This story is published by The Lansdale PA Reporter and is hosted on its website).

Friday, Aug. 13

  • Julia Produces With Royersford Produce
    (With Video) Renninger’s Farm Market in Royersford PA provides the primary ingredients, and Julia Zion offers the preparation, in a series of three cooking videos hosted on the YouTube channel called Foodaholics101.
  • Nevada Insurer Promotes S-F Grad To Senior VP
    A former Royersford PA resident continues to make his mark in information technology, with another promotion in leadership at a Reno NV-based provider of small business insurance coverages.
  • Jersey Consultant Assists Collegeville Merchants
    A New Jersey-headquartered consulting firm that specializes in helping downtown economies grow has been hired to work its magic in Collegeville PA.

Thursday, Aug. 12

  • Watching The Eagles Fly At Lehigh
    How good (or bad) does the football team actually look for the season ahead? There’s nothing like an at-the-training-camp report (or five, actually) offered in video form by a Collegeville area resident.
  • Heading East, Dozens Competing In 4-H Fair
    From Limerick, Lower Pottsgrove and Pottstown, they’ll bring their best pies and breads, their largest and freshest-looking vegetables, and their finest bred animals for a chance to win a blue ribbon. Decades after its start, Montgomery County’s 4-H Fair remains relevant … and free!
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Besides the 4-H Fair, there’s the Goshenhoppen Folk Festival in Upper Frederick, a Dr. Drill fitness camp in Pottstown, and a Pottsgrove Marching Band car wash fund-raiser at Lower Pottsgrove Elementary.
  • Snowmobile Driver Certification Set For October
    It’s too early for most of us to even think about snow, but not for teens just itching to drive out of the garage and into the white stuff. They must be certified under state law; this class is tailored for them.
  • Schools Get Funding Windfall In Rendell Plan
    School districts in Pennsylvania would receive a total $580 million boost in their budgets this year under a plan proposed Wednesday morning (Aug. 12, 2010) by Gov. Ed Rendell. (This story is published by The Pennsylvania Independent and is hosted on its website).

Wednesday, Aug. 11

  • Limerick Area Charities Join Those On IRS Warning List
    Its Pennsylvania list includes groups in Limerick, Royersford, Collegeville, Phoenixville, Parkerford, and elsewhere in the U.S. Route 422 corridor. If they don’t file appropriate paperwork by Oct. 15, they’ve got significant problems.
  • The IRS List Of Local Affected Charitable Groups
    Maybe you’re a member or supporter of one or more of these organizations. If so, you’ll help it or them by letting someone know they should be talking to professional advisers about the IRS demands.

Tuesday, Aug. 10

  • State Police Positions Remain Vacant
    Pennsylvania State Police said they have nearly 300 trooper positions vacant and they don’t know when they’ll have the money to graduate a new cadet class because of state budget cuts. (This story is published by Allentown PA station WFMZ-TV and is hosted on its website).

Sunday, Aug. 8

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