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Editor’s Selections Tuesday 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.

Officers from 6 departments in Montgomery County issue over 650 citations
Reading Eagle (Sept. 1, 2015)
More than 650 citations were issued by police departments in Montgomery County, including those in Lower and West Pottsgrove, during a two-month stretch to combat aggressive driving.

PennDOT suspends major road work for Pope’s visit
WFMZ-TV Allentown (Aug. 31, 2015)
State wants to keep routes to suburban Philadelphia counties clear.

Convicted Pottstown merchant granted bail in K2 sales case
Pottstown Mercury (Aug. 31, 2015)
A former Pottstown merchant convicted of selling synthetic marijuana from his downtown convenience store can be released on bail while prosecutors appeal his state court ruling.

First day with no uniforms goes well at Pottstown High School
Pottstown Mercury (Aug. 31, 2015)
It was easier than usual to tell the difference between Pottstown middle school and high school students walking to school Monday morning.

Spring-Ford, Pottstown school chiefs prepare public for bad test news
Pottstown Mercury (Aug. 31, 2015)
Reports of falling scores on standardized tests across the state have local superintendents preparing parents for students’ individual scores.

Spring-Ford Area School Board calls for fewer standardized tests
Norristown Times Herald (Aug. 31, 2015)
Joining a growing number of districts in the area, the Spring-Ford Area School Board sent a message to Harrisburg recently calling for fewer standardized tests.

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