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

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Gas main break at Western Career and Technical Center; school closed early (Pottstown PA Mercury)
A gas main break, cused by construction on the property, was reported at the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center vo-tech school in Limerick Township at Graterford Road and Eileen Lane.

Accident cleared on Route 422 (WPVI-TV, Philadelphia)
A 2-vehicle accident on Route 422 has left one person injured and caused major problems for commuters.

Hand-crafted chocolate shop to open in Phoenixville (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)
Gail Warner has wanted to open a chocolate shop for 20 years. Finally, her dream is coming true.

Montco to help businesses become energy-efficient (Norristown PA Times Herald)
Montgomery County home and business owners could save money by making energy improvements to their properties, and jobs could be created in the county under an efficient energy program unveiled Tuesday.

Free meal on Veterans Day (Allentown PA Morning Call)
Applebee’s is offering a free entree to veterans this Veterans Day.

Closing Medicaid Errors Would Save $436 Million, AG Says (Pennsylvania Independent)
Tuesday afternoon Auditor General Jack Wagner spoke forcefully about the need to correct errors in Medicaid payment, which he argued could save at least $436 million per year out of a $4.36 billion annual budget, with increasing saving returns every year.

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