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New Spring-Ford H.S. Addition Set For Debut
The brand-new addition to Spring-Ford High School’s 10-12 Center was open Monday (Aug. 30, 2010) in time for the start of classes. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Limerick Township Planners Eye Car-Repair Zoning Change
The Planning Commission may consider a proposal to amend Limerick’s zoning ordinance regarding motor vehicle body repair and painting. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Black Rock Road to be closed for roadwork in Upper Providence
Black Rock Road between Troutman and Longford roads in Upper Providence will close Sept. 7 as Toll Brothers reconstructs the roadway. (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)

PA School Pension Fund Posts 14.6% Return
Pennsylvania’s school employees retirement fund is on sounder footing, the Associated Press reported Monday (Aug. 30, 2010) thanks to a 14.6-percent return on its investments for the year just ended. (Philadelphia PA Inquirer)

Legislators Promote Mobile Web Access
Pennsylvania legislative leaders are promoting a new website they say will make it easier for users of smartphones to get information about the Legislature. (WPVI-TV, Philadelphia PA)

Pennsylvania Company Recalls Ground Beef
Authorities say a Pennsylvania company has recalled about 8,500 pounds of ground beef that might be contaminated with E. coli. (Harrisburg PA Patriot-News)

Lawsuits Against Controller Dropped
Montgomery County Commissioners discontinued lawsuits Friday (Aug. 27, 2010) against the county controller for her refusal to pay vendors until her office received billing invoices. (Norristown PA Times Herald)

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