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Residents gather for pipeline open house
Nearly 200 residents gathered for an open house with the company that wants to build a pipeline through Lancaster and Lebanon Counties following a re-route that would affect the same number of new landowners.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Dancing With The Stars twist their way to the Lancaster stage
The variety of performances medley will showcase dance moves from samba, waltz, foxtrot, quickstep and jive from known stars of 'So You Think You Can Dance' and 'Dancing With The Stars.'
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Commissioners seek cost of paving at courthouse
Commissioner John Eggleston said the county is getting quotes for paving in the parking lot at the county courthouse and have already received one for $66,000 to do the whole lot.
Police: Woman fled officers at high speed after stealing $62 in...
A woman was facing charges after police said she stole $62 worth of merchandise from a Manheim Township beauty store, then got in her vehicle and fled the scene when officers arrived.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Deer Camp 2007 - Get Ready, Get Set...
I arrived last night around 11 PM. Stoked the wood burner and unwound with a book and the Cowboy Junkies playing softly in the background.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
HACC Highlights: The American dream realized
In 1934, German immigrants Franz "Frank" Elsner Sr. and his wife, Johanna Elsner, founded Elsner Engineering Works with their very first machine development project, a slicer for the potato chip industry.
Police: Teen fled foster home July 15
Lower Paxton Township police said Kalen Van Patten left the foster home July 15 and was last seen at a motel on Eisenhower Boulevard on Saturday.
The Ephrata Review
Lancaster Democratic Committee heats up summer campaigning schedule
Event: Meet the Candidates, Fundraiser for Bryan Sanguinito Tom Houghton , Gary Schreckengost , Brian Kresge will be in attendance.
Winning Cash 5 ticket sold in Lancaster
A jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $325,000 from the Thursday drawing was sold at Wheatland Distributors, 1701 Columbia Ave., Lancaster.
Go Joe XVII: Day 4
Early in the morning on day four of Go Joe XVII, Joe Snedeker stood by the Newswatch 16 live truck in Elizabethtown, Lancaster County.
The Citizens' Voice
Photo: Warren Ruda, License: N/A, Created: 2001:05:24 20:19:26
In a few months, the vacant building on Dana Street that formerly housed First Hospital will be gone.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Williams Partners considered eastern York County route
A company that had been considering building a gas pipeline route in eastern York County, among several other sites in Pennsylvania, is focusing on a potential route in Lebanon County instead.
Driver of car in police involved shooting arrested; freed on bail
Lancaster City Police arrest the driver of a car in a police involved shooting on July 11. Investigators had a warrant for Jordan Torres-Litwin, 20, of Lancaster charging him with Fleeing or Attempting to Elude Officer, Duties at a Stop Sign, he allegedly ran three stop signs, and Driving Without a License.
Lancaster woman charged in hit-and-run crash
Rasheda Grazier, 34, crashed a gold Dodge Caravan into a side wall and caused moderate damage to the building at 347 North Plum Street on Sunday morning, according to police.
Man armed with knife attacks woman in home, police say
A woman returning to her Lancaster home on Wednesday afternoon came face to face with an intruder who was armed with a knife, according to police.
Police seek male suspect in Manheim Township robbery
Police are looking for a male suspect after they say he attacked and robbed a woman in her home in Manheim Township.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Lancaster County high school marching band can't play Bruno Mars, Fall Out Boy hits
Vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy plays for the crowd Saturday, July 19 at Hersheypark stadium during their Monumentour.
Panhandler Stops Interview to Answer Cell Phone
Homelessness and the seemingly unequal distribution of wealth are issues in this country, but they're problems that are hard to take seriously when you see someone like this.
The Chronicle Herald
Tourist cautious after bus ordeal
An American tourist involved in a fatal passenger bus crash on the Cabot Trail says he'll wait for the results of a police investigation before booking another trip with the same Pennsylvania tour company.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
10 Things You Didn't Know about Auntie Anne's
For many, no trip to the mall or road trip pit stop is complete without a visit to Auntie Anne's.