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About: lancaster, pennsylvania

Lancaster is located about 34 miles southeast of Harrisburg, 70 miles west of Philadelphia, 55 miles north-northeast of Baltimore. Originally called Hickory Town, the city was renamed after the English city of Lancaster by native John Wright. Its symbol, the red rose, is from the House of Lancaster. Lancaster was part of the 1681 Penn's Woods Charter of William Penn, and was laid out by James Hamilton in 1734.

Population: 55351
Local Newspapers: Intelligencer Journal
Local Sports Teams: Lancaster Barnstormers (Atlantic League baseball)
Local Colleges: Franklin & Marshall College

Zip Codes associated with lancaster, pennsylvania: 17601 17602 17603 17611
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Lancaster News
Lancaster restaurant inspections: slime, mold

Pennsylvania state restaurant inspectors were confronted with "pink and black slimy residue," "greenish mold," "white mildew" and flies in the food prep area during their most recent round of inspections of some Lancaster County eateries. Lancaster County restaurant inspections: pink slime, green mold, white mildew Pennsylvania state restaurant inspectors were confronted with "pink and black slimy residue," "greenish mold," "white mildew" and flies in the food prep area during their most recent round of inspections of some Lancaster County eateries.

He changed his major 5 times before finding the right one

Graduating senior Matt Weinman changed his major five different times before finally deciding on motion picture. He decided to pursue the film-making career path after a trip to South Africa.

Police seek Lancaster man accused of hitting two parked cars, firing handgun during domestic dispute

Police are searching for a Lancaster man accused of striking two parked vehicles and firing a handgun during a domestic dispute early Saturday morning. Carlos Montano is accused of engaging in a verbal dispute with a female passenger while driving on the 700 block of E. Orange Street at approximately 2:50 a.m., police say.

Lancaster man sentenced to up to 11 years in prison for drug dealing

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- A Lancaster man is facing up to 11 years in prison after being convicted of drug dealing. Rhamin Turner, 44, was sentenced to 5A1 2 to 11 years after being convicted of six felonies at trial last year in connection to cocaine sales he made while under police surveillance.

Two suspects charged with early-morning break in at Lancaster church

Two people were arrested early Monday morning after allegedly tripping a burglar alarm during a break-in at a Lancaster church. Shortly after midnight, police were summoned to the Seventh Day Adventist Church on the 700 block of Marietta Avenue to investigate an alarm.

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University trying to address pilot shortage

Ethan Sommers, a Lancaster Mennonite senior, is among the first students to enroll in Eastern Mennonite University-Lancaster's new program that includes pilot licenses. Students who complete the 60-credit concentration will earn private and commercial pilot licenses with an instrument rating plus a flight-instructor certificate, and get an internship.

Holiday Inn Express offers free pancake making machine to teacher...

Holiday Inn Express came up with a novel way to celebrate the return of a School District of Lancaster teacher who nearly lost his job for making his students pancakes before they took the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests earlier last week. Kyle Byler, an eighth grade social studies teacher at Hand Middle School, returned to his classroom on Thursday - one week after he said he was suspended without pay and was scheduled to be terminated for his breakfast-related stunt.

Lancaster man headed to trial in homicide case

Raymond L. Brown, 28, is charged with repeatedly shooting 26-year-old Adan Sepulveda in the first block of West Farnum Street on March 24. Prosecutors say Brown called 911 after he shot Sepulveda, who was found on a sidewalk and later pronounced dead at a hospital.

Police pose as motel staff in homicide arrest

Lleland Grant Wade has a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 21 before District Judge Laura S. Manifold, according to online court dockets. Police pose as Lancaster motel staff during arrest of man wanted in York County homicide Lleland Grant Wade has a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 21 before District Judge Laura S. Manifold, according to online court dockets.

Police investigate afternoon shooting in Lancaster

Officers from Lancaster City Police responded Wednesday afternoon to the 400 Block of South Duke Street for a report of a male with a gunshot wound. According to a press release, when they arrived on scene, officers found a 26 year old male on the ground with a single gunshot wound to the leg.

Church has new name, new pastor

The Rev. Chris Thoresen joined the community in July. He follows the Rev. Steve Kruse who served at the church for 12 years.

Arrest made in Lower Chanceford Twp. homicide

A man formerly from Missouri was arrested Tuesday, and charged with the homicide of a Lancaster County man whose body was found in Southeastern York County. Arrest made in Lower Chanceford Twp.

Teacher receives backlash after cooking pancakes for students

And Kyle Byler, an 8th grade social studies teacher at Hand Middle School in Lancaster, hoped to bring his students some extra fuel during the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment testing, better known as the PSSAs. "This teacher took it upon himself to make sure these kids were fed so they didn't have to worry about being hungry while trying to take a test," said Crystle Martinez, parent of an 8th grader at Hand Middle School.

Fire at pedestrian bridge on Enola Low Grade Trail in Lancaster...

The fire that consumed a former railroad trestle converted into a pedestrian bridge along the Enola Low Grad Trail last Thursday has been ruled arson, according to Pennsylvania State Police. The fire caused an estimated $1 million in damage.

Bomb squad destroys device found near apartment building Source: AP

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Wegmans updates on opening date, starts hiring

Wegmans gives updated opening date, begins hiring for 300 part-time employees The company will hire about 475 people before the store opens. Check out this story on eveningsun.com: https://www.ydr.com/story/news/2018/04/16/wegmans-gives-updated-opening-date-begins-hiring-part-time-employees/519912002/ A rendering of what Wegmans will look like when opened.

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