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Domestic disturbance turns into a two hour police stand off in Lancaster
Lancaster City police were called to the 200 block of North Mulberry Street just before 8:00 p.m. Sunday for reports of a domestic disturbance over a child custody issue.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Community revitalization districts have seen success elsewhere
When Wooster's development organization pushed for a new law to help smaller communities get additional liquor permits through the establishment of a Community Revitalization District, there were people who thought it would just bring in more bars and cause additional problems for law enforcement.
Lancaster City Morning Buzz: Barnstormers hold Fan Fest
Join the Barnstormers for their official season kick-off celebration at Fan Fest on Saturday, 19 April.
Countdown to the elections
More than five million people across north west England will have the opportunity to vote in European elections to select the region's eight Members of the European Parliament.
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Benefits cheat avoids prison
A benefits cheat who pocketed more than 35,000 in disability payments while working as a delivery man has escaped jail.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Lancaster City Morning Buzz: Music Friday & Launch
It's Music Friday! Various venues throughout the City offer music performances of a diversity of genres.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Cautious council bans sale of e-cigs in its markets
A blanket ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes in the district's markets has been enforced by the city council.
Lancaster City Morning Buzz: Launch Music Conference begins today
Today begins the 6th annual LAUNCH Music Conference & Festival . Over 12,000 people will gather over the course of the next three days to hear over 200 performances and to learn from music professionals.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Street paving bids come in under estimate
The bids have come in for the 2014 Lancaster streets paving program, and the apparent low bidder came in about $185,000 under the estimate.
Freedom of city for our Cedric
Morecambe's very ownQueen's Guide to the Sands Cedric Robinson MBE will be granted the Freedom of the City of Lancaster - if councillors agree.
Lancaster City Morning Buzz: It's Deadline Day
It's deadline day. Taxes are due today and so are applications for the Lancaster County Camp Cadet.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Two men charged with possession on illegal firearms in Lancaster
Lancaster City Police charge two men in separate incidents with illegal possession of firearms.
The Week Ahead: Lancaster keeps busy this Holy Week
This week is Holy Week. It is the week which is most sacred among Christians. It is the last week of Christ's life.
Upohar Ethnic Cuisines now open for lunch
Upohar Ethnic Cuisines is settled in their new place and is now open for lunch. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. weekdays.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Council committee takes up police cruiser replacement
A heated discussion between Lancaster City Council members on the Safety Committee and Mayor Dave Smith ended this week with an agreement to take another look at establishing a leasing policy or the periodic replacement plan for police cruisers.
Forwarded email rankles resident
Recently, I sent an email to members of Lancaster City Council and Fairfield County commissioners regarding the jail site controversy.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
FoodStruck draws crowds to York City despite the rain
FoodStruck continued as planned with various types of menus being offered by 27 food trucks from several places, including York, Lancaster and Philadelphia.
Planning applications: 10/04/14
14/00107/CU, Marsh Community Centre, Willow Lane, Lancaster, change of use of land for the siting of a skateboard ramp, for Marsh Community Centre.
New bike shop coming to Lancaster
Lancaster will be getting a new bike shop next month! That is to say, the shop will be new.