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Editor’s Limerick Selections Saturday In The Post

A Spring City man's admission in a Limerick crash; the new

Outside Poachers Target PA For Its Tax Policies

Pennsylvania has the second-highest corporate tax rate in the country. Florida

Wolf Budget Address Has Businesses Wondering

The governor is expected to talk March 3 about how he'll

Pros Arrive At Spring-Ford To Discuss Careers

Representatives of 11 different professions are serving as guest speakers over

Seven On Limerick Force With Perfect Attendance

Township police department attendance records might have fared better, it said,

Legal ‘Footnote’ Ends 2014 For Gateway In Limerick

The non-profit, which had a 28-year history of providing employment services

Former Limerick Banker Promoted To AVP

Erin Cohen, former manager of the Limerick branch office of Ambler

In King Of Prussia, More Than Malls Are Growing

The biggest local shopping news is that the King of Prussia

Victory Bank In Limerick Names 3 To New Jobs

Newest Victory Bank appointees are Lisa Highlands of Royersford, Leslie Unger

Students Serve A Tasty Buffet From Limerick Center

Maybe you should have dined out Monday. Spring-Ford, Pottsgrove, and Upper

Royersford Civil Service Commission Meets Wednesday

Its gathering is scheduled for 7 p.m. at borough hall.

Limerick Chocolatier Expands With Warehouse

Lindt Chocolates, which operates a store at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets

Prevailing Wage Law Costs School Districts Extra

School district construction projects in Pennsylvania that cost more than $25,000

Royersford’s Italia Manages Isett Engineering Office

Former banker and local economic development advocate Carmen Italia has been

Legislature Considers Teacher Layoff Rules Changes

Tenure has been one of the sole determinants of who-goes-first during