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Kids learn about fire safety, rescues at Limerick youth fire camp

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Group feeds homeless: ‘It’s not all peaches and cream’

Philadelphia >>> For the past seven months, Foul Mouth Trucker has been giving back to the community, one bagged meal at a time. ...

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    Limerick Fire Company warns residents of ‘spoofing’ phone calls

    LIMERICK >> The Limerick Fire Company has received multiple inquiries regarding “spoofing” phone calls that appear to have originated from the fire house.

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    Spay and Save: Molly was rescued from the outdoors

    What an adorable petite kitty! Approximately 1-year-old, spayed, dark tabby tuxedo, Molly is sweet little girl who likes other pets and is affectionate given the proper introduction time. She was rescued from the grounds of a hospital in Norristown and now needs a forever family who will commit to her 10 to 15 years of life.

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    Freedoms Foundation to host free concerts to benefit Medal of Honor Grove in June

    The Freedoms Foundation will host two free concerts at the Medal of Honor Grove this month.

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    Work to begin June 11 on East Pikeland bridge

    EAST PIKELAND >> The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Thursday that construction will begin Monday, June 11, to rehabilitate the bridge carrying Hares Hill Road over French Creek in East Pikeland Township.

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    9 apply for vacant Lower Frederick Supervisor seat

    LOWER FREDERICK >> Nine people were publicly interviewed Tuesday night for a vacancy on the township board of supervisors.

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    Ex-Limerick smoke shop operator has probation for drug paraphernalia sales

    NORRISTOWN >> A Spring City man who once operated a Limerick smoke shop must serve probation and community service after a jury convicted him of selling and advertising drug paraphernalia.

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    Phoenixville Police respond to 68 calls for service in three days

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville Police responded to 68 calls for service, including two traffic incidents, between May 25 and May 27. The following is a summary of some of those incidents as reported by Phoenixville Police on their Facebook page:

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    SPAY AND SAVE: Please help keep Petey off the streets forever

    Handsome buff tabby with striking copper eyes, neutered male, approximately 2 to 3-years-old, Petey was found on the streets of Collegeville by a very nice rescuer. He is good with kids, and seems to get along with other kitties. Won’t you give him a forever home where Petey will never be on the streets again?

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    St. Mary School Memorial Day Remembrance honors fallen military, veterans

    SCHWENKSVILLE >> “What helps keep me centered is when I keep in mind that evil prevails when good men and women do nothing to stop it.”

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    Rep. Costello presents Congressional Award to Coventry Christian Schools senior

    WEST CHESTER >> A Coventry Christian Schools senior has earned the Congressional Award Bronze Medal for logging more than 100 hours of volunteer service and achieving several challenging personal development goals.

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