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

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  • Serious Crash Closes Route 422
    A one car accident involving an overturned vehicle caused Route 422 in to be closed in both directions at about 10:45am Saturday, shutting down the roadway beneath the Royersford/Trappe overpass for nearly two hours.
  • Acme Closing Limerick Store In February
    Acme Markets have announced that they will be closing the 31 W. Ridge Pike store in the Limerick Crossing shopping center by the end of February.
  • Limerick Elementary School fundraiser aids juvenile diabetes
    Sticky fingers, chocolate stained shirts — the classic picture of childhood — but not all children get that carefree experience due to juvenile diabetes, also known as type 1 diabetes.
  • Limerick Final Budget Includes Two Staff Cuts
    Limerick Township officials recently presented a final 2011 budget that addresses the $850,000 deficit, but includes some cuts to staffing.
  • Limerick Youth Celebrate Happy Noon Year
    Limerick Parks and Rec held a Noon New Year’s Party for Kids on Dec. 31. At the stroke of noon, children ages 6 to 10 celebrated the coming of 2011 with poppers and noisemakers.
  • Limerick Man To Stand Trial For Craigslist Threat
    A Limerick man who allegedly threatened to kill a random visitor to Independence Mall last June pleaded not guilty in federal court in Philadelphia on Thursday, the Philadelphia Inquirer has reported.
  • Party Stabbing ‘A Sad Case’
    A Spring City man charged with attempted murder after allegedly slashing the throat of a family friend at a child’s birthday party will head to county court after waiving his preliminary hearing Thursday.
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