20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds and found these stories of local interest.

  • Each appears with a headline and short description. Click on any headline and its related story will open in a separate browser window at the website where it is located.
  • None of the articles below have been written by, nor should be attributed to, The Post. Copyrights to these articles rest with their respective publishers.

Alleged Burglar Caught Taking Royersford Register
A burglar alarm proved beneficial to a borough business when it alerted a patrolling officer to a break-in early Tuesday morning. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Royersford Council Questions Need For Siren
The usefulness of the Humane Fire Company’s siren — well, horn, really — is being called into question. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Former Spring-Ford Bus Driver Sentenced For ‘Luring’
A former school bus driver will be under court supervision for four years after he admitted to luring a 15-year-old Spring-Ford girl onto his bus. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

State Of The Art School Opens
Pope John Paul II High School will open its doors next week in Royersford PA and the school is already getting high marks for its hi-tech tools. (WFMZ-TV, Allentown PA)

Signs Of Growth In Pa’s August Tax Collections
Pennsylvania is seeing signs that growth has returned to state revenue streams. (Harrisburg PA Patriot-News)

Report Claims 14% Unemployment Without Stimulus
Unemployment would be above 14 percent in Pennsylvania if not for federal action taken in the wake of the recession, according to a new report. (Philadelphia PA Business Journal)

Pennhurst Haunted House Stirs Debate
There’s substantial disagreement over a Halloween attraction called the Pennhurst Asylum that will open for business Sept. 24 on the grounds of the former Pennhurst State School and Hospital. (Lansdale PA Reporter)

See our galleries for photos that appear in The Post.
Got news for us? E-mail The Post. Share this article.
Find The Posts on Twitter, Facebook, Linked-In, Technorati, Flickr, YouTube, and RSS