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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.
FBI, Police investigating bank robbery in Hanover
The FBI and West Manheim Township Police are searching for a man who robbed the Santander Bank in Hanover on Friday afternoon.
Police seeking more information in Manheim Twp homicide
The Manheim Township Police Department is continuing to investigate the homicide that occurred at 3:22am June 21, 2014, on New Holland Avenue in Manheim Township.
Pet supply salesman charged with stealing
Police in Lancaster County arrest a salesman for a pet supply business on theft charges.
Manheim man jailed for sexually abusing teens
Charles Edward Cowart, 61, of Manheim, is accused of indecently assaulting the 13- and 14-year-old at his home and at a cabin in Potter County numerous times between 2008 and 2013, according to Northern Lancaster County Regional police.