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First Niagara Buying NewAlliance to Create Top-25 Bank
First Niagara Financial Group, with offices in Pottstown, Limerick and other area locations, said Thursday a $1.5 billion acquisition would put it among the nation’s 25-largest banks. (First Niagara Financial Group)

Spring-Ford Decides Monday On Road Easement
The Spring-Ford Area School Board will decide Monday whether to move forward with acquisition of an easement for an access road from the high school to Walnut Street in the area of Fernwood Cemetery. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Hoeffel Wants To Appeal Ethics Ruling
Despite a unanimous rebuke from the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania striking down a key portion of Montgomery County’s ethics ordinance, Commissioner Joseph M. Hoeffel favors appealing Wednesday’s ruling. (Lansdale PA Reporter)

Two-Generation Art Show Opens MCCC Gallery Season
A collaborative grandfather-grandson exhibition, featuring selective works of artists Si Lewen and Damon Kardon, opens Sept. 1 at Montgomery County Community College’s Fine Arts Center, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell PA. (Montgomery County Community College)

MCCC Again Named to National Military-Friendly List
For the second consecutive year, Montgomery County Community College earned the designation as a Military Friendly School, as determined by G.I. Jobs magazine, a resource publication for veterans and active military. (Montgomery County Community College)

Camphill Challenge Bike Ride Set Oct. 17
Join us for the Camphill Challenge, a bike ride on October 17, 2010. The event begins and ends at Camphill Village Kimberton Hills and offers 50, 35, and 10 mile routes. (Around Phoenixville)

Pottstown Social Security office moves to Limerick
In an effort to improve convenience and security, the Social Security office formerly on High Street in Pottstown has moved to a location on West Ridge Pike in the Limerick Crossing Shopping Center. (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)

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