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Speeding Through Royersford? Those Boxes Know …

Some drives race down shortcut streets in Royersford to avoid traffic trouble spots. The borough police department wants them

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Speeding Through Royersford? Those Boxes Know …

Some drives race down shortcut streets in Royersford to avoid traffic trouble spots. The borough police department wants them to know its officers, and their boxes, are waiting.

Regional History Comes To Life Saturday At Ursinus

The annual Bucks and Montgomery counties' Regional History Day will be held Saturday in Collegeville. Its exhibits will be open for public viewing shortly after noon.

Easter Egg Hunt Set For April 3 In Trappe Park

The event is again being sponsored by the Collegeville Lions Club.

Collegeville Restaurant Holds S-F Fund-Raiser

Get hungry for Mexican on Wednesday and Thursday, the Home and School Association asks.

Editor’s Limerick Selections Monday In The Post

Spring-Ford students engage in a little friendly competition over mag-lev trains; Siller Memorial 5K set for its second run in Royersford; and bad news, Penn Staters, some fee and rates rising.

Glaxo Ready To Begin Pennsylvania Restructuring

The international pharmaceutical firm that operates in Collegeville and elsewhere in Pennsylvania is ready to begin a series of layoffs expected to continue through mid-year.

They’re Warm, Soft, And Just Arrived In Royersford

The Malvern School on North Lewis Roach hatched a surprise for its students this week.

Spring-Ford Seeking Bids To Replace Gym Flooring

The work may be done over the summer. Contractor submissions are due in April.

Limerick Officer Commended For His Investigation

Township Ofc. Steve Winneberger was commended Monday for pursuing evidence and a search warrant that ultimately resulted in the arrest of three individuals on drug charges.

Editor’s Limerick Selections Thursday In The Post

Looking in Spring City for toys ghosts will love; a coming discussion in Collegeville about keeping what you eat safer; and the governor's proposal to raise PA taxes on the goods you buy.

College Club Opens Ceramics Workshop, Exhibit

Fans of pottery and ceramic art can enjoy two days of free exhibits and workshops that feature three nationally known artists March 30-31 at MCCC in Blue Bell PA.

Editor’s Limerick Selections Wednesday In The Post

Spring-Ford considers a busing policy change; Montgomery County's bond rating outlook moving up; and Wolf plan to pay down school pension debt faces trouble; Equal pay for PA women 63 years away.

Area’s Finest Chefs Offered Patron Feast Thursday

Food was the star of this show! The annual "Farmers and The Chef" tastings dinner held Thursday night in Limerick as a fund-raiser attracted hundreds of patrons from across the area.

For These Philly Students, Outlets An Attraction

They traveled northwest Wednesday from the big-city university to enjoy bargains in Limerick.

Limerick Outlets Host SPCA Volunteers Sunday

They'll introduce the public to some of their adoptable pets at the Limerick outlets, and raising funds to benefit SPCA projects.