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'Amish Mafia': Merlin Ruins Christmas, Tells Kids Santa Is Satan, Then Blows Santa Up
" Amish Mafia " returned for a Christmas special, and the gift that Merlin had for the children of Lancaster, Pennsylvania was that he was going to ruin their Christmas.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
High Industries Inc. Forms Company to Erect Steel and Precast Concrete...
Newly-formed High Structural Erectors LLC erects steel bridges and structures, and precast concrete structures and cladding.
Fire Rescue Magazine
Health Care Act Changing EMS in Pennsylvania
Six months ago, southern Lancaster County residents breathed easier, knowing there would be two 24-hour advanced life support ambulances from Lancaster EMS stationed in the southern end.
appMobi Announces Year-End Resignation of Leland a. Westerfield, Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Westerfield will remain with the company and continue to assist it as an employee through December 31, 2013.
Reduced speed limits on Rt. 283 between Lancaster and Harrisburg & on ...
Due to the winter storm impacting the region, PennDOT has temporarily reduced the speed limit to 45 miles-per-hour on Route 283 between the City of Lancaster and the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Harrisburg.
Lancaster City Morning Buzz: Tuesday, 10 December
Thousands of mourners braved South Africa's summer rain as they packed the Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg for a national memorial for Nelson Mandela on Tuesday .
Fire cancels Tuesday classes at Wheatland Middle School
Classes were canceled Tuesday at Wheatland Middle School after a small fire broke out Monday evening in the art storage room.
Morning burst of snow could make travel tricky
Snow is on pace Tuesday morning and will spread from west to east quickly across the region.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Scenes from Art Basel Miami Beach
Jana Millstone, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, wears Google Glass to view artwork titled "Viewpoints of Billions" by artist David Datuna, on Saturday, December 7, in the Design District neighborhood of Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2013.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Trip Talk: trips and tours open to the public
Trips are listed and updated regularly at http://bit.ly/PcyklG. If your group is planning a trip and seats are available, e-mail details to email@example.com.
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Fight to reform property taxes rages on despite failures
It's a battle that's been fought many, many times before. Members of the state Legislature, including all of those who represent Berks County, have been on a mission to do something about school property taxes.
The Amish and similar groups call themselves "plain people." Here's the plain truth about the plain way they dress.
Ice creating problems on the roads, in the air
Several outbound flights at Harrisburg International Airport have been canceled.
Amish school shooter's kin: Horror, then healing
In this Oct. 2, 2006, file photo, a helicopter takes off from the scene of a mass shooting incident at an Amish schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pa.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Alums bring local food to community
Ryan Kuck, a 2003 College graduate, and his wife Suzanna, a 2001 College graduate, started an all-volunteer project that focuses on building local food and health sustainability in West Philadelphia - which they called Preston's Paradise - six years ago.
The Week Ahead: Christmas is in the air in Lancaster
Christmas is in the air this week! The City is all decorated. Christmas trees are for sale at Clipper Stadium.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Berks County at center of movement to drop property tax
Berks County is a hotbed for property tax reform. The county has become ground zero for movements to eliminate or reform school property taxes, with all legislators representing Berks signed on to the idea.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Police seek identity of attempted bank robber
Police say a man handed a note demanding cash to the teller of the Susquehanna Bank on E. Market Street in York City around 9:10 a.m. Officials say they believe the man is between 18 and 25-years-old, approximately 5'6'' with a thin build.
The York Daily Record
Police arrest five in three county crime spree
Five people have been arrested in connection with a burglary and robbery spree that included 19 burglaries and five armed robberies in York, Lancaster and Dauphin counties, police reported.
Veritas Press Scholars Academy Announces College Scholarship to Cairn University
The merit-based scholarship of $15,500 per year for four years is available exclusively to outstanding students in Veritas Press Scholars Academy online Diploma program Contact: Thom Scott, Vice President of Marketing, Veritas Press , 800-922-5082 ext 201, firstname.lastname@example.org LANCASTER, Penn., Dec. 5, 2013 / Christian Newswire / Veritas Press, ... (more)