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The owner of Tuktuk Lancaster said Friday his attorney is filing an appeal with the Public Utility Commission for reconsideration of a ruling that is... [Read More]
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Landowners along the proposed Atlantic Sunrise pipeline route were denied due process to appeal the plan, an attorney argued in federal court Thursday. [Read More]
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Testimony continued Thursday morning in a federal courtroom where a property owner impacted by the proposed route of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline described the hardships... [Read More]
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The Quarryville parents accused of allowing their six daughters to be raped or sexually assaulted by a Feasterville man received the harshest possible sentence Wednesday... [Read More]
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It's a potential gateway into Lancaster in two directions — for motorists driving south to the city from Manheim Township, and for passengers debarking at... [Read More]
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With its usual summertime glut of homeless cats overwhelming its shelter capacity, the Lancaster County SPCA is offering cat and kitten adoptions for only $10... [Read More]
Several nuns from West Hempfield Township and other parties opposed to the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project watched from the gallery in a federal courtroom Monday... [Read More]
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Several nuns from West Hempfield Township and other parties opposed to the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline project watched from the gallery in a federal courtroom Monday... [Read More]
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Sister Bernice Klostermann bowed her head and led a small group of nuns and other protesters - united in their opposition to the Atlantic Sunrise... [Read More]
Sister Bernice Klostermann bowed her head and led a small group of nuns and other protesters - united in their opposition to the Atlantic Sunrise... [Read More]
Ephrata Public Library is rebranding its former Books & Stuff bookstore as the .002 Booksellers in an effort to increase revenue and reorganize the volunteers... [Read More]
A tuktuk ride in Lancaster city is governed by the state Public Utility Commission's regulations because it "offers rides for compensation," a PUC spokesman said... [Read More]
The owner of an unusual form of tourism and transportation in Lancaster city plans to fight a decision that will shutter his business. [Read More]
If a Manor Township gas line had exploded just a minute or two later on July 2, volunteers from Blue Rock Fire Rescue would likely... [Read More]
By Thanksgiving, the public will no longer be able to listen in on police dispatches in Lancaster County. [Read More]
The Lancaster Public Library hopes everyone will read a very specific book this year. [Read More]
The Lancaster Public Library hopes everyone will read a very specific book this year. [Read More]
The domes are in — just in time for this summer's solar eclipse. [Read More]
With a resounding CLANG, Dave Kauffman brings the hammer down on the magma-red steel, showering the area around his anvil with glowing, 2,000-degree sparks. [Read More]
Two Lancaster County moms hope no other mothers end up in their position. [Read More]
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