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Funding Issue Takes Its Toll On 422 Plan
The topic on everyone’s tongue has been the potential to turn Route 422 into a toll road. A Montgomery County official explains why it’s being studied. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Spring City Man Admits To Porn Charges
A Spring City area man entered guilty pleas admitting that he had child pornography on his home computer. (Norristown PA Times Herald)

Legislation Would Add Text Ads to Do Not Call List
A Pennsylvania state lawmaker wants to stop a new form of nuisance advertising in its tracks by adding text message advertisements to the state’s Do Not Call list. (The Pennsylvania Independent, Harrisburg PA)

PA Overpaid For Unemployment Compensation in 2009
More Pennsylvanians are out of work today than at any time in the last 20 years, but some people struggling with unemployment have received more in benefits than they should. (The Pennsylvania Independent, Harrisburg PA)

Peco Settles In Rate Increase Cases
Peco Energy Co. said Tuesday (Aug. 31, 2010) it agreed to raise the monthly bills of its residential electric customers by less than 10 percent, and its residential gas customers by around 8 percent, beginning next year. (Philadelphia PA Business Journal)

County Health Department Wants Volunteer Help
The Montgomery County health department is recruiting volunteers for a medical reserve corps to help out in public health emergencies and other countywide health initiatives. (Pottstown’s Blog, Pottstown PA)

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