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Turning Back Clocks is Not All You Should Do This Weekend (WZAR-TV, Boyertown PA)
Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, Nov. 7. It’s a good time to start a routine to change the batteries in smoke alarms to ensure the alarm is functioning properly from year to year.

No Lame Ducks In State House As Dems Eliminate Scheduled Voting Days (Pennsylvania Independent, Harrisburg PA)
The 2009-2010 legislative session in Harrisburg will end, not with a bang, but with a whimper. Speaker of the House Keith McCall announced Friday the remaining scheduled session days will be non-voting days, meaning there will be no legislation passed during the post-election “lame duck” session.

Collegeville Main Street awards Golden Brush to Blend Cafe (Spring-Ford Reporter, Royersford PA)
The Collegeville Main Street Program Design Committee honored Ryan DeFrain, owner of Blend Café, 454 East Main St., Collegeville, and Vince Raffeo, owner of the building, with Golden Brush awards Oct. 19 at the monthly Board of Directors meeting.

Spring-Ford Marching Band proves Golden once again (Spring-Ford Reporter, Royersford PA)
The Spring-Ford Area High School Golden Ram Marching Band brought home its fourth regional championship after competing in the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Group IV event Oct. 31 in Hershey.

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