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BANAK, Steve and Joanna, Lititz, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz, Jan. 19. [Read More]
BAKER, Will and Priscilla, Lancaster, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz, Jan. 16. [Read More]
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Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas granted the following divorces Nov. 30. [Read More]
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East Cocalico Township police... [Read More]
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Privacy advocates in some parts of the world have proposed or adopted laws that go beyond sealing official government records, which is the subject of... [Read More]
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Pennsylvania's new Clean Slate law is a measure to give low-level offenders who don't break the law again a second chance. Google, though, might not... [Read More]
One person died Sunday after a vehicle veered off the roadway and landed into the Hoover Run Creek in Ephrata Township, according to Ephrata police... [Read More]
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A fire caused $40,000 in damage to a Salisbury Township horse barn Sunday afternoon, according to Gap Fire Company Assistant Chief Troy Wenger. [Read More]
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THE ISSUE... [Read More]
The Dartmouth College men's swim team is off to a slow start this season, but the Big Green is getting a big effort from freshman... [Read More]
As Millersville University meteorologist Eric Horst said repeatedly last week, Saturday night's winter storm didn't have the right conditions to bring lots of snowfall. But... [Read More]
Maya de Vitry was just a few minutes from boarding a train at the Lancaster Amtrak station.It was July 2016, and the Lancaster native was... [Read More]
Lancaster County "dodged a bullet" when it came to snow last night, but we're not out of the woods yet, Millersville University Eric Horst said... [Read More]
Gregory Dow says he went to Kenya wanting to help children. He returned wanted on charges of harming them. [Read More]
The Keystone Trails Association last week told state lawmakers they oppose any expansion of Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania. [Read More]
This week, Lancaster Watchdog details some progress on a blighted property in Lancaster city and highlights a Penn Township road where signs don't limit speeding. [Read More]
Whether it be at the local, state or federal level, the beginning of the new year is usually the time our elected officials set their... [Read More]
It's a great time of year to take care of yourself and keep those winter colds away. So, with this week's sales on self-care products,... [Read More]
Excerpts and summaries of news stories from the former Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster New Era and Sunday News that focus on the events in the county's... [Read More]
Four Sunday readers show off their haiku skills. [Read More]
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