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Limerick-Pottstown Ride Opens POW-MIA Memorial Day

Motorcycle riders leave Limerick on Sunday (Sept. 21) at 11:30 a.m.

In Limerick, Patriot’s Day Retirement For Old Glory

With reverence, care and formality, several Boy and Girl scout units

See Experience Quilters At Work In Wentz Visit

A special "airing" of vintage quilts, accompanied by professionals who know

MCIU Directors Choose George As Chief Executive

The current executive of the Berks County Intermediate Unit, John

Taliaferro Kicks Off Limerick United Way Drive

The former Penn State freshman cornerback was a featured speaker Friday

Ursinus College President Bobby Fong Dies

The respected English literature scholar arrived to head the college in

Supreme Court Case Looks At Charter School Limits

The state Supreme Court will hear a case over whether Philadelphia

Limerick Cub Scouts Schedule Flag Retirement

The Cubs will honor Old Glory by properly retiring flags they've

Societal Issues Topics Of Fellowship Talks

Professional counselors will offer discussions on three consecutive Mondays in Downingtown

Prevailing Wage Law Costs School Districts Extra

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

PA Seniors’ Anxiety Up As Election Draws Closer

An AARP Pennsylvania poll shows that likely voters age 50-and-older in

North Of Limerick, This Farm Grows Up And Up

In fields surrounding Limerick, farmers grow crops spread over dozens of

Steel Rising For Limerick Public Works Facility

Ground-breaking by township officials was barely a month ago. Now the

Thursday Was Move-In Day For Ursinus Arrivals

More than 500 students flocked to the Collegeville PA campus, possessions

Governor Gives Montgomery County A Tourism Boost

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett paddled a kayak across the Schuylkill River