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SPAY AND SAVE: Carl and Chloe both need loving homes

Carl is a 3-year-old brown tabby found in a Phoenixville colony with his little friend, Chloe. Poor Carl has been around the block a few times and has the scars to prove it. He desires a safe, loving home where he never has to worry about food or the ...

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    LIMERICK >> With no comment or discussion, the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the preliminary site plan for 30-acre project that will bring more than 450 new residences and a traffic circle to the intersection of Ridge and Swamp pikes.

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    LIMERICK >> Township supervisors voiced support Tuesday for changes made to the plan for the project known as Limerick Town Center, located on 30 acres at the intersection of Ridge Pike, Lewis Road and Swamp Pike.

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