Sunday, April 21, 2013
Water main construction will be performed.
A section of Royersford Road will be closed Monday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. for some water main work. The road will be open to emergency vehicles and school buses but closed to all other traffic. According to a post on the Limerick Township Police Department's Facebook page, the section of road stretches from Buckwalter Road to Reifsnyder Road. Crews will be working on the water main on that stretch of road. The area is where the new Primrose School day care center is being built.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
A two-car crash occurred around 5pm.
A crash snarled traffic in all directions around a large stretch of Lewis Road on Thursday evening. According to Limerick Township police officer Shawn Pancoast, one car, driven by a female driver, was traveling north on Lewis Road when a second car tried to turn left into the post office from the southbound lane and the cars collided. The male driver of the second car had to be extricated from the vehicle. Both cars sustained heavy front-end damage. Limerick Township police sergeant Brian Skelton said that the driver turning left is generally at fault unless speed is a factor, and speed was not a factor in this accident. It is possible either or both drivers could be cited if the investigation warrants it. Pancoast said both drivers …
Thursday, June 23, 2011
The educational child care center puts its first Pennsylvania location on the map right here in Royersford.
The Limerick Township Board of Supervisors heard a presentation from officials of The Primrose School on Tuesday night. The school has opted to obtain the property that rests on 259 Royersford Rd. They have not released information on a grand opening date yet. The site that they are looking at has about 2.4 acres of land and is essentially vacant. Primrose would like to construct a 11,500 square foot building. The school runs programs for children aging six weeks to 12 years old. It will run services Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. The township was concerned with the original layout of the building, which placed the front of the building in an awkward position. The front of the building now faces Royersford Road, but will sit back …