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Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

SANATOGA PA – Sadly, The Post can’t be everywhere at once.

It’s impossible to give all local newsworthy activities sufficient coverage, and as actor Clint Eastwood once famously said in his movie role as detective “Dirty” Harry Callahan, “A man’s GOT to know his limitations.”

We don’t want you to miss a thing, however. So below find a list of editor’s selections: links to stories we think you’ll consider interesting today, along with their sources and dates they were published.

Lower Pottsgrove official says he will pay back taxes
Pottstown Mercury (July 21, 2015)
Lower Pottsgrove Commissioner Shawn Watson, revealed to owe more than $55,000 in back property and income taxes, says he has plans to settle those debts but not step down from his elected position.

Robbery charges dismissed against teen when witness’ Facebook posts cause doubt
Norristown Times Herald (July 20, 2015)
A Lower Pottsgrove teen accused of committing a gun-point robbery had charges against him dismissed when his alleged victim’s credibility disintegrated with evidence presented in court.

Two men admit to burglaries in Pottstown
Pottstown Mercury (July 21, 2015)
Two men, one from Pottstown and the other from Upper Providence, have received identical sentences in connection with burglaries that occurred in Pottstown.

River Road in North Coventry to close until mid-August
Pottstown Mercury (July 20, 2015)
Drivers who regularly travel along River Road will have to find an alternate route during the coming month.

Montgomery County unveils text to 9-1-1 program
Norristown Times Herald (July 20, 2015)
Montgomery County Commissioners unveiled a new program Monday that will allow those in need to get a hold of emergency services without making a phone call.

Montgomery County Prothonotary elected Vice President of state organization
Norristown Times Herald (July 21, 2015)
Montgomery County Prothonotary Mark Levy has been elected vice president of the Pennsylvania Association of Prothonotaries and Clerks of Courts.

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