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Lancaster, Pennsylvania is located in Lancaster County. Zip codes in Lancaster, PA include 17601, 17607, and 17606. The median home price in Lancaster is $104,000 which is roughly $75/per square foot. More Lancaster information.

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1 hr ago | Examiner.com

Dutchland Derby Rollers September 2014 doubleheader

On September 6th, 2014 the Dutchland Derby Rollers hosted a home doubleheader at Overlook Activities Center featuring the B team, the Blitz, and the C team, the Orange Crush. For the first match up of the evening, the Blitz roster made up of: White Winged Shove, Ida Myzer, Nikki Sixpack, Acute Toxicity, Macon A. Ruckus, Leah Loveless, Sleepy Holla, Char Bizarre, Mell Raiser, Matzah Maulher, Latina Turner, Lady Mantis, Venus Van Dam, and Harper's Fury faced off against New River Valley Roller Girls from Christiansburg, VA.

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5 hrs ago | WPMT-TV York

Dauphin County man charged in DUI crash that killed woman in Lancaster County

LANCASTER CO., Pa- The Lancaster County District Attorney's Office has charged Mitchell Runk, 27, of Londonderry Township, Dauphin County with Homicide by Vehicle while DUI in a 2013 fatal crash. It happened on September 21, 2013 on Route 230 at Cedar Road in Donegal Township.

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6 hrs ago | WGAL-TV Lancaster

When does disciplining a child cross the line?

Lancaster resident Stephanie Saint Lawrence says she would never hit her children, Maxwell and Jackson, as a form of discipline. The 35 year old, who grew up in Arkansas, knows the pain.

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9 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion

Chambersburg native Carl H. Flory honored for 50 years service to "America's oldest labor union"

LANCASTER >> Magnolias of Lancaster resident Carl Henry Flory will be honored for 50 years of continuous membership in the CWA Columbia Typographical Union 101-12, which also is known as "America's oldest labor union." "Carl is a well-respected member of the union," said Robert Stevenson, President of the Columbia Typographical Union whose headquarters are in Washington, D.C. "Carl was very well-liked and very personable in his role with the union.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Lebanon Daily News

Lebanon school board approves bond refinancing

If all works according to plan, the Lebanon School District will save more than $400,000 in the next couple months by refinancing two bonds issued in 2009. The school board Monday night authorized the district's financial consultant, Public Financial Management Inc., and its bond counsel, Rhoads & Sinon, to go forward with refinancing the bonds.

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York Dispatch

Week focuses on wellness through art, music and more

When Claire Hornberger set out to organize activities to coincide with the eight dimensions of wellness, she knew exactly whom to approach about spiritual wellness. Jack Bray, a counselor with TrueNorth Wellness and a local musician, went to work organizing an event that would focus on spirituality through music.

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CNN

"The Show Must Go On!" Toy Circus comes to Coney Island..

Once again I had a great day at Coney Island. This time I got to see a Toy Circus at the Shooting Gallery Art Annex in the Coney Island USA museum.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

WPMT-TV York

Firefighters climb to remember fallen heroes

Firefighters in Lancaster County tackled the steps of Clipper Magazine Stadium on Sunday, for the 4th Annual Lancaster 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. 250 firefighters from up and down the east coast climbed the steps of the stadium multiple times, for a total of 110 stories, representing the number of floors in the World Trade Center Towers.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Morning Call

Ed Rendell played an unwitting role in Allentown's rebirth

A decade ago, as Lehigh Valley leaders desperately looked for a way to pay for what would be a $50 million minor league baseball stadium in east Allentown, state Sen. Pat Browne seized on his experience as a tax attorney and accountant to devise an innovative plan to fill the gap. For the first 20 years, Pennsylvania would give up its tax collections at the new Coca-Cola Park to help Lehigh County pay its share.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The York Daily Record

York-Hanover takes second on Time Magazine list of cities with the lowest levels of income inequality

The gap between rich and poor is smaller in the York-Hanover area than in all but one of the U.S. cities included in a Time Magazine ranking. In its annual "Answers" issue, Time highlighted what it ranked as the five most equal and five most unequal cities in the U.S., with York-Hanover landing second in the most equal category behind Ogden-Clearfield, Utah.

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ABC 27

Police seek missing minivan in Newport death case

Trooper Robert Hicks said police are looking for a green 2001 Mazda MPV that belonged to 51-year-old Sherry Lynn Sears. Sears was found dead Thursday afternoon in the living room of her apartment in the 500 block of N. Fourth Street, just outside Newport in Oliver Township.

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WGAL-TV Lancaster

Fundraisers being held for Lancaster stabbing victim

The friends and family of Lancaster stabbing victim Annika Horn have come together, already raising more than $20,000 for Horn through a fundraising website. Horn was attacked this past weekend.

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PRLog US Entertainment

Matt Copko Stars in the Soon to be Released Feature Film Werewolf Rising

PRLog - Sep. 12, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Award winning actor, writer, director, and producer Matt Copko is receiving great reviews for his starring role in the soon to be released feature film Werewolf Rising . Copko is dangerously beguiling as Johnny Lee, an escaped con who returns to his old stomping grounds and angles his way into the life of Emma, a city girl seeking refuge in the country.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

WPMT-TV York

3 arrested in connection with convenience store robbery in Lancaster County

Jared Lee Knosp, 23, of Lancaster, Chad Michael Dishart, 23, of Mountville and Kayla Anne Mintz, 22, of Mountville are each facing numerous charges in connection with robbing the Turkey Hill located at 1612 Lincoln Highway East in East Lampeter Township on Sept. 2. Police caught Dishart and Mintz in the act of robbing the same Turkey Hill Store early Tuesday.

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Wired

The Many Natural Wonders of the American Backyard, Captured by iPhone

Photographers often feel the need to run off to exotic locations to make pictures. But there are great photos to be made in your own backyard.

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The Ephrata Review

Edna E. Rahm, 100, Ephrata, elementary school teacher, enjoyed traveling

Edna E. Rahm, 100, of Ephrata, died peacefully Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014. She had celebrated her 100th birthday with her friends and family in April.

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WPMT-TV York

Governor Tom Corbett Changes His Stance on Medical Marijuana

So last night, Lancaster took a stance on medical marijuana. City council unanimously passed a resolution supporting two bills in the legislature.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Snapper

Preparedness Day promotes safety in everyday life

This semester, amidst the array of fairs, outbreaks and club meetings, a new event has popped up on the calendar- Preparedness Day. In its incipient year, Preparedness Day, hosted by the Center for Disaster Research & Education , will provide the opportunity for students to engage in various acts of emergency and disaster preparedness in a way meant to be both fun and informative.

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The Snapper

Local artists display artwork at Lancaster's First Friday

A small drizzle of rain didn't keep students, local residents, artists, musicians, and vendors from attending downtown Lancaster's First Friday on September 5, 2014. Following tradition, First Friday is held on the first Friday evening of every month to celebrate Lancaster's local artists, musicians, and other individuals who contribute to the culture of Lancaster.

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WPMT-TV York

Police look for retail theft suspects in Lancaster

Police in Mannheim are looking for two males after they say the suspects are linked to two retail thefts in Lancaster. According to police on September 3, two males were seen hiding DVDs in a backpack at Giant located in the 1300 block of Columbia Avenue.

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