Published during the week just ended in The Limerick Post:
Saturday, Sept. 18
- Keep Healthy Next Week
A weekly review of free or low-cost local seminars, support groups, screenings, tests and clinics to help you stay healthy and fit, sponsored or conducted by community health care organizations.
- Trout Unlimited Works On Stream Bank Erosion Control
The Perkiomen Valley chapter of Trout Unlimited will work today (Saturday, Sept. 18) to complete part of its stream bank erosion control project on the West Branch of the Perkiomen Creek. (This story is published by Troutrageous, Limerick PA, and is hosted on its website).
Friday, Sept. 17
- East Coventry Board Declines 422 Plan Endorsement
In their second vote on acceptance of the U.S. Route 422 Master Plan, supervisors decided 3-2 against it, despite its sponsor’s request for open-mindedness.
- Corvettes Show Saturday Helps Alzheimer’s Research
If you like fast-looking, deep exhaust note-sounding muscle cars, this may be a place to be during the weekend.
- Saturday Is Community Day In Upper Providence
Besides the usual fun, games and family activities, it also will host two different vendor sections.
Wednesday, Sept. 15
- Federal Indictment Charges Former Limerick Supervisor, 2 Others
- Skippack Supervisor Marino, Former Limerick Supervisor Kane Indicted
- Montco Official Among Three Charged With Tax Evasion
- Full Text Of The 24-Page Indictment
- Details From The FBI In Philadelphia
- Pastor, Solicitor Silent On Night Of Church Approval
- The When And Who Of The FBI’s Limerick, Skippack Probe
- Limerick FBI case widens
- Marino Discloses Financial Interest In Limerick Church Deal
- Federal Investigation Clouds Limerick Meeting
- 24 Hours In Limerick For Tuesday (Sept. 14, 2010)
- PennDOT Proclaims 422 Rehab Project Completed
The restoration of 4-1/2 miles of U.S. Route 422 between Collegeville and Royersford is officially finished, the state highway agency said Monday.
- College Hosts 16th Annual Tech Conference
Teaching about and with technology is no easy task, despite its tremendous impact on daily living. An annual conference hosted by Montgomery County Community College aims to make it easier.
Tuesday, Sept. 14
- Safe Indoor Emergency Lighting May Be Just Outside
If the power goes out candles and flashlights may not be handy, and an open flame might even be dangerous. Limerick’s police chief offers an alternative you may not have considered when all goes dark.
Monday, Sept. 13
- Exelon, East Coventry Work On Frick’s Lock Pact
The two have considered an agreement, primarily in executive sessions, to create a historic district. It’s on the East Coventry board agenda tonight (Monday) for public discussion, a supervisor said.
- Chamber Welcomes 11 New Business Members
They were introduced last Thursday during the first membership breakfast meeting of the fall in Spring City PA.
- One-Day Master Gardener Sessions Opened
Montgomery County Cooperative Extension volunteers are willing to share their knowledge for better gardening now and next year.
- Valley Forge Mothers Meeting Wednesday
The club that caters to families of twins and triplets will gather at the Valley Forge fire hall.
Sunday, Sept. 12
- The Week In Review In Limerick
For Sept. 5-11, 2010