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Editor’s Selections Wednesday In The Post

Relay For Life walkers (above) pace themselves on the Pottsgrove High track during this year’s event

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.

Prosecutors fight accused Lower Pottsgrove arsonist’s bid to move trial
Norristown Times Herald (Oct. 20, 2015)
Prosecutors are fighting a Lower Pottsgrove woman’s claim that pretrial publicity prevents her from a fair trial in Montgomery County on charges she torched the home of a Limerick detective.

Pottstown’s Relay for Life begins new season
Reading Eagle (Oct. 20, 2015)
The presentation, open to the public for the first time, included food, games and prizes.

Pottstown school board agrees to keep tax increase within state index
Reading Eagle (Oct. 20, 2015)
The board voted to hold any tax increase to a maximum of 3.4 percent for the 2016-17 school year.

New Hanover project would boost Swamp Pike traffic by 50%
Pottstown Mercury (Oct. 20, 2015)
A sprawling 760-home development on 208 acres in New Hanover will increase traffic on Swamp Pike and East Philadelphia Avenue by 50 percent in the coming years.

Spring-Ford board to study weight room concerns
Pottstown Mercury (Oct. 20, 2015)
Admitting it was time to finally do something about the lack of space in the high school weight room, the Spring-Ford Area School Board has begun taking steps to address the issue.

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