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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]
Nov. 29—Sarah Sutton's motto has followed her from the halls of her sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon: "Esse quam videri" — "To be rather than to... [Read More]
The NFL has fined the New Orleans Saints $500,000 and stripped them of a 2021 seventh-round draft pick for violating league COVID-19 protocols, a person... [Read More]
A furniture store has opened in the former Lancaster Shopping Center home of arts and crafts retailer Michaels. [Read More]
Pope Francis is encouraging people to try to take away something good "even from the difficult situation that the pandemic forces on us." [Read More]
Here is a list of Lancaster County bankruptcies recorded in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Reading, Nov. 17-23. [Read More]
Baseball's version of "bargains galore" black Friday will arrive this Wednesday - or to paraphrase Marie Antoinette: After Dec. 2, le deluge, as in the... [Read More]
Walking at any age is good for your health. For seniors, it's considered the best physical exercise. Plus, it doesn't cost anything, and requires no... [Read More]
Dear Dr. Scribblerspring:... [Read More]
Tina Campbell has held several leadership roles at Lancaster nonprofit ASSETS. [Read More]
I've got a long, long entertainment to-do list. [Read More]
This year, Lancaster Pediatric Associates will celebrate our 50th anniversary. Started in 1970 by Dr. Charles Kurtz, Dr. Clark McSparren and Dr. William Boben, the... [Read More]
You'll still hear The Salvation Army's signature bell ringers this year. There will just be fewer of them, and those who are participating are taking... [Read More]
From the perspective of local executive Blake Dudek, coping with COVID-19 has been a mixed blessing. [Read More]
Ed Mitchell had just pulled out of a gravel lot a little before 10 a.m. Saturday in rural Penn Township when he abruptly brought his... [Read More]
For only the fourth time in 51 years, Bill Libhart, of Marietta, didn't make it to deer camp in Potter County for the opening of... [Read More]
Tracy Blake stood courtside, a face mask tucked under her chin, cheering on her 12-year-old daughter, Ciana, during a recent tournament at Spooky Nook Sports. [Read More]
As a teenager growing up in Brooklyn, the Rev. Luis R. Rodriguez exhibited the kind of behavior that was at odds with the faith he... [Read More]
The inspiration for this story came from the pandemic we are facing today, as well as a story this column carried some time ago about... [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has made planning a 2021 season challenging for local theater companies. [Read More]
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