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The York Daily Record
Police: Wednesday bank robbery in Hanover possibly similar to June incident
West Manheim Township police are investigating similarities between two recent bank robberies.
PAVE program evaluates West Manheim roads
For three years, West Manheim officials have been using a computer program that allows them to keep track of information about property within the township, Now a similar program will give officials a detailed summary of township roads.
West Manheim Police search for drilling supply thieves
West Manheim Township Police are looking for two people who allegedly stole well-drilling supplies from a business on July 23, according to a post on the department's Facebook page.
Harrington Hoists Parent Acquires Peerless
With the new stock agreement, KITO Americas has acquired a line of stock with PEERLESS Industrial Group, thus expanding its product to better serve its customer segments around the world.
Eight Facts About Henry VIII: A historical primer for the PA Renaissance Faire
For the first time in 33 years, the reigning monarch at the Pennsylvania Renaissance won't be Queen Elizabeth I. The monarch is famous for his six wives and for creating the Church of England, but here are eight unusual facts you may not know about the king.
The Lebanon Daily News
Palmyra zoning board OKs warehouse plan
Attorney David Tshudy, left, listens as Rick Caldwell, president and CEO of White Oak Display & Design, testifies at a Palmyra zoning hearing Monday.
Bringing bugs into the garden: George Weigel
Penn State's new Bees, Bugs and Blooms garden is testing to see which native plants are most attractive to pollinators.
Matt's forecast: Mostly cloudy, areas of rain
Rain will sweep through our area on Friday morning, but will clear out for a nice, sunny Fourth of July.
Severe weather knocks out power to thousands
Severe weather knocks out power for thousands in Lancaster and Berks counties. Gusting winds uprooted trees, knocked down power-lines and damaged transformers.