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Tuesday ‘News Feed’ From The Post Publications

Stories We Think You’ll Find Worthwhile

You’re reading News Feed for Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017, a local news experiment from The Post. It focuses on articles curated from and linked to a variety of sources. They’re anticipated to be of interest to Post Publications’ readers, but could not be covered by The Post staff.


3-vehicle crash reported on Route 724 in North Coventry
One person was taken to the Trauma Center at Reading Hospital in West Reading after this three-car crash on rain-soaked Route 724 near Catfish Lane Monday morning. (The Mercury)

Award-Winning Mosaic Garden Ends Season
An end-of-season party and open house Saturday (Oct. 14) will help the Mosaic Community Garden in Pottstown celebrate a recently announced honor. The event is open to the public. (Post Calendar)

Is Your Local Or Small Business Tax-Ready?
Learn how to take a snapshot-in-time view of your local or small business readiness for year-end taxes, with an Oct. 19 course sponsored by the Pottstown chapter of SCORE. (Post Calendar)

Limerick and East

2 runaway teens found safe in Philadelphia, police say
A 15-year-old Collegeville girl is one of two teens who left a Reading area treatment center and were safely located Sunday in Philadelphia. (Reading Eagle)

Limerick Unit 2 shut down for planned maintenance
Operators shut down the Unit 2 nuclear generator at the Limerick Generating Station Monday morning to perform planned maintenance, according to an announcement from Exelon Nuclear. (The Mercury)

Schwenksville and the Perkiomen Valley

PAC 7 from Week 7: Playing it close not a part of Perkiomen Valley and Spring-Ford rivalry
Surprised by the one-sided outcome of Perkiomen Valley and Spring-Ford? Shouldn’t be. No, not because there was a clear favorite entering last Friday’s Liberty Division tilt, but because history says so. (PA Prep Live)

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