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Road Paving Due Next Weekend In Pennsburg
Expect day-time slowdowns July 21 and 22 on Route 29 in Pennsburg between 7th and 10th streets, while contractors re-surface the highway for PennDOT.

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Weekend Stuff To Do On The Post Calendar
This weekend there's the antique market at Cedars, fresh produce at The Speaker's House in Trappe, an insect program for kids in Green Lane, and your chance Sunday to talk with Mark Twain in Schwenksville. We bet he'll say something funny.

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Brooklyn Woman Held In Lower Salford Thefts
She'll face 40 counts brought by police during a preliminary hearing next week. Officers traveled to New York City to pick her up after extradition was waived.

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Got An Hour (Or Two) To Spare For Borough?
If so, members of Schwenksville's Parks and Recreation Board hope you'll meet them Aug. 12 or Sept. 9 for small clean-up projects at Meadow Parks and other public spaces.

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Volunteer Pluckers Win Over Water Chestnuts
Workers who have volunteered to pull invasive European water chestnut plants from across the Perkiomen Watershed seem to be winning that battle. The effort needs more help, though.

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This Hunt's A Challenge Worthy Of A Governor
Gov. Samuel Pennypacker was a man deeply interested in early Pennsylvania history. A new scavenger hunt, scheduled for July 29 in Schwenksville, would have been right up his alley.

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Scheduled On The Schwenksville Post Calendar
These events are scheduled to occur this week (Monday through Sunday, July 10-16, 2017), as provided to The Schwenksville Post calendar.

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Fireworks? Laser Show? Enjoy Your Choice!
There are fireworks tonight in Skippack and Limerick. There's the Red, White, and Blue parade in Upper Salford, a grand picnic in the park at Valley Forge, a memorial ceremony in Trappe. And Pottstown is hosting its first-ever July 4 laser-and-music show.

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Two Wanted For Questions In East Greenville
Two individuals are wanted for questioning in relation to a theft at the East Greenville Walmart being investigated by state troopers.

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Senate OKs PA Budget Expenses, Not Revenue
Pennsylvania senators overwhelmingly signed off on a state spending plan, due by today for 2017-2018, and sent it to the House. It's missing a key component: revenue to pay for the costs. Good news: there's no provision to charge local municipalities for law enforcement coverage by the Pennsylvania State Police.
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