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

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  • Sports Program Fills Special Needs Gap
    When a friend’s autistic brother wanted to play sports but didn’t have an outlet, Mary and Liz Shields didn’t just feel sorry for the boy. They started a program in Limerick to target special needs children.
  • ‘Out Of Control’ At Limerick Detention Center
    After responding to dozens of disturbances at a Limerick youth services facility, the facility has been “tasked” with developing a corrective action plan.
  • S-F High Gay Student Group Wants Standing
    A unofficial student group at Spring-Ford High School that calls itself the “Gay-Straight Student Alliance” is seeking to be added to the school’s official list of extracurricular clubs. Its prospects for inclusion are unclear.
  • Police: Car Crashes Into Collegeville CVS
    A car crashed into a column at the Park Avenue CVS Pharmacy in Collegeville Sunday night.
  • Collegeville Firm Raises $12,000 In Charity Week
    Allied Wire & Cable’s customers raised a total of $12,808 during its Fourth Annual Charity Week. For the second year in a row, the Make-a-Wish Foundation was voted as the main beneficiary.