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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
Man accused of tying up, stealing from elderly roommate heading to trial

A 40-year-old man is heading to trial on charges relating to the robbery and theft of his elderly roommate's belongings, including his vehicle. Aspen James allegedly tied up his 81-year-old roommate with an extension cord on June 22, threatened to hurt him and then stole his cellphone, credit cards, a debit card and a 1999 Buick Regal sedan, police say.

'Silence Optional' in special needs-friendlya

"If you can't maintain completely silent decorum, it's OK," she said. "The fact that you have these challenges isn't a barrier."

Nuns: We deserve religious freedom trial in Philly to protect our land from pipeline14 minutes ago

Sisters Bernice Klostermann and George Ann Biscan, both Roman Catholic nuns, in front of an arbor, that some call a prayer chapel, erected in a clearing on the order's Lancaster County farm in an attempt to protest the planned Atlantic Sunrise pipeline that would run through the field. An order of environmentally conscious Roman Catholic nuns will argue in federal appeals court in Philadelphia this week that a pipeline recently buried under their Lancaster cornfield violates their religious freedom, and they want a trial to settle the issue.

Master plan for Rolling Hills Park addressed in Peters Township

Peters Township Council plans to vote as soon as Feb. 12 on adopting a master plan for the development of Rolling Hills Park.

Demonstrators believe senate bills put right to protest at risk

Martin Luther King Jr. was known for his non-violent protests to bring about change during the civil rights era. It's why a group of demonstrators chose Dr. King's birthday to rally against two state bills that they believe could put the right to protest at risk.

Police seek Lancaster man accused of committing workers compensation fraud

Miguel Vasquez was charged after a lengthy investigation into a faulty worker's compensation claim, according to Manheim Township Police.

Launch Music & Conference Festival Set For April 12th-15th

The 10th annual LAUNCH MUSIC CONFERENCE & FESTIVAL will be held APRIL 12th-15th in LANCASTER, PA. On top of a bevy of panels, seminars, parties and events, LAUNCH will present PANIC! AT THE DISCO, ATREYU, TWENTY ONE PILOTS, MEGHAN TRAINOR, FOXY SHAZAM, PNB ROCK, and YAZZ THE GREATEST live onstage.

Sen. Casey asks Amtrak to investigate possibility that illegal...

LANCASTER, Pa. - U.S. Sen. Bob Casey is asking Amtrak to investigate an allegation it is illegally using imported steel, rather than American-made steel, for a project in Lancaster County.

Carlisle may join lawsuit against the PUC over gas meters

The council Thursday authorized the creation and advertisement of an ordinance that would allow the borough to enter into an intermunicipal agreement for litigation against the PUC regarding utility meter placement in the historic district. "I think we did our best to work with the staff from PUC and UGI, and basically got nowhere with them," said Councilman Sean Shultz.

Armstrong Flooring (AFI) Downgraded to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Armstrong Flooring, Inc. is engaged in the design and manufacture of flooring solutions primarily in North America. Armstrong Flooring, Inc. is headquatered in Lancaster, Pa.

Lancaster County native Matt Nagy introduced as head coach of Chicago Bears

Nagy, who most recently served as the Kansas City Chiefs' offensive coordinator, had a lot to say and many people to thank, including those in his hometown of Manheim. "We all have our roots and I want to thank everyone back home in the small town of Manheim, Pennsylvania and then Lancaster County for always supporting me," he said.

Saxton & Stump Adds Estate Planning Practice

Lancaster-based Saxton & Stump has continued its expansion as the year begins, adding a new practice group and a senior medical consultant. The firm announced last week that it hired partner Scott Alan Mitchell, who now leads its new trusts and estates practice.

3 people arrested in connection with string of robberies in Lancaster

Early Tuesday morning, 27-year-old Newlin Carr, 41-year-old Tyshea Thomas, and 56-year-old Gary Dorsey were taken into custody, just hours after the three allegedly robbed two convenience stores. According to Lancaster Police, a black female, later identified as Thomas, and a black male, later identified as Dorsey, entered Family Dollar Store on Monday around 7:55 p.m. The two stole an entire cash register while holding a knife to the neck of a store employee.

Penn's hospitals now extend from Lancaster to Princeton

I write about the business side of health care, higher education, and the broader nonprofit sector, with occasional forays into the food and alcoholic beverage industries. The University of Pennsylvania Health System has completed its acquisition of Princeton HealthCare System, the two nonprofit health systems said Tuesday.

COVANTACovanta and LCSWMA Extend PartnershipNew 15-year operating...

Covanta and LCSWMA Extend Partnership New 15-year operating agreement reached for the Lancaster and Harrisburg Energy-from-Waste facilities Covanta and the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority , based in Lancaster, PA, announced a new agreement for the operation and maintenance of LCSWMA's two Energy-from-Waste facilities: the Lancaster Waste-to-Energy Facility, located in Bainbridge, PA, and the Susquehanna Resource Management Complex , located in Harrisburg, PA. Combined, these two facilities process around 700,000 tons of waste annually.

School District of Lancaster believes alleged threat on McCaskey High School is a hoax

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- A photo depicting guns and a reference to what is believed to be McCaskey High School is believed to be a hoax. Lancaster City Police is aware of the threat and is working with the School District of Lancaster to take the proper precautions.

Snow and ice predicted for central Pa.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for central Pennsylvania counties, warning of snow and ice on Monday afternoon. The advisory will be in effect from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday and was issued for 11 counties: Bedford, Fulton, Franklin, Perry, Dauphin, Schuylkill, Lebanon, Cumberland, Adams, York and Lancaster.

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