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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
Commentary to Trump Voters: Drop Dead

One writer for the neoconservative magazine says globalism's losers are outnumbered, and now it's time to "overwhelm" them. Woman wears "Deplorable Lives Matter" t-shirt at a Lancaster, PA., rally for Trump in October 2016.

Snow joke: Weatherman named Meteorologist runs for office Source: AP

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Mother gets 11 to 22 years in death of tot sleeping with her Source: AP

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Lancaster man charged with firing weapon inside his apartment

A 72-year-old Lancaster man is facing Reckless Endangerment and Criminal Mischief charges after discharging a firearm inside his apartment last week, according to Lancaster police. Juan Delvalle, 72, of the 500 block of West Orange Street, thought there was someone in his apartment at the time of the incident, which occurred between 4 a.m. and 1:29 p.m. on March 5, police say.

Pennsylvania farmers worried Trump tariff could hurt business

Jared Wetzel of Lancaster, Pa., spreads straw for cows at the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. Pennsylvania's largest farm organization says it is concerned that President Trump's new tariffs could ignite a trade war that results in retaliation against U.S. agricultural products, hurting the state's $2.2 billion in annual revenue from farm exports.

Dairy farmers in Lancaster and Lebanon County losing milk contracts

MILLCREEK TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. -- Dairy farmers in Lancaster and Lebanon counties may be without a job in the coming months.

Large numbers of dairy farmers may sell cows soon

"I'd rather keep on going," the longtime dairyman says, "but I don't see any milk futures as being profitable, so there's no sense in keeping cows." Large numbers of dairy farmers may sell cows soon "I'd rather keep on going," the longtime dairyman says, "but I don't see any milk futures as being profitable, so there's no sense in keeping cows."

Lancaster Roots & Blues Festival set for this weekend

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- Curator, promoter and area native, Richard Ruoff launches his fifth annual Lancaster Roots & Blues Festival March 9th, 10th & 11th, 2018. The festival kicks off Friday evening and the Lancaster County Convention Center will serve as the festival's main stage alongside local favorites 26 East at Altana, Chameleon Club, Tellus 360, The Elks Lodge, The Sugar Tank, The Village Nightclub and ZoeTropolis.

FirstLight Home Care opens another midstate office

The owner of a non-medical home care franchise in York County has now opened a franchise in Lancaster County. Tim Mackin has opened FirstLight Home Care of Lancaster , which provides non-medical home care, companion care, senior care and travel services.

100,000 gallons of manure spill into PA waterways Source: AP

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Hoffman Computer Associates for All Your Computer Needs

No matter what your computer needs may be, Hoffman Computer Associates provides expert professional support for individuals and businesses, keeping your computer hardware and software operating smoothly and efficiently. Perhaps you have a new computer that you are not quite sure how to use.

Penn Cinema co-founder hopes to open two-screen theater in downtown Lancaster

Five years ago, when cinema developer Penn Ketchum was asked if he'd consider opening a movie theater in downtown Lancaster, he had a two-word response: Back then, Ketchum felt downtown was too close to his flagship location, Penn Cinema, across from Lancaster Airport, and to Regal Cinema on Millersville Pike. But the dramatic, ongoing revitalization of downtown Lancaster - with tens of millions of dollars of new investment pouring in - has changed his mind.

Lancaster jury takes 6 minutes to convict man of auto theft

It took a Lancaster County jury just six minutes of deliberation to reach a guilty verdict for a man accused of stealing a car at a Lancaster bottle shop. Shawn P. Ambrose, 34, was convicted of felony theft in connection to an August 2, 2017 incident at Friendly Greek Bottle Shop on 549 New Holland Avenue.

Manheim man facing charges after admitting to stealing safe with over ...

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- A Manheim man is facing charges after admitting to stealing a safe with over $22,000 in cash inside from a Lancaster restaurant. On February 1 at approximately 10 p.m., the victim reported to police that someone had gained access to his business, Issei Noodles Restaurant, in the first block of N. Queen St. in Lancaster.

Metro Diner opens its newest location today in Rohrerstown, Lancaster County

Metro Diner's fourth Pennsylvania location in the Lime Spring Square shopping development on Rohrerstown Road in Lancaster County opened its doors for the first time Tuesday. Billed as a place to get "comfort food with flair," Metro Diner was featured on an episode of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" with Guy Fieri.

Extras: Photos: Old postcards of York

This photo submitted by Audrey Lerew shows the interior and exterior of Playland skating rink as seen on a postcard. The complex stood along the old Lincoln Highway across the road from present-day Panera Bread/Walmart in Springettsbury Township This postcard from 1916 shows the Jewish synagogue on South Beaver Street in York.

Month-by-month guide to fun festivals and events in central Pennsylvania through June

There are plenty of annual events to look forward to in central Pennsylvania, from street fairs to Jubilee Day to the Carlisle auto events and Elegance at Hershey, plus outdoor music festivals, alpacas, films and more. You can submit your group's event at .

GoFundMe looks to offset metal detector costs for PA schools

A couple of days following the Valentine's Day high school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Cyndi German said "enough is enough." "Hearing all this kind of stuff...It's crazy.

Prison inmate now charged with homicide in infant sona s death

A prison inmate who was convicted and sentenced for abusing his infant son in 2009 is now charged with homicide regarding the child's recent death. Antonio Flores-Feliciano, 35, is serving a 6A1 2-to-25-year sentence for a series of abuse that, at the time, disabled his young son.

PA Lottery Fast Play prize of over $258,000 won in Lancaster

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- A progressive top prize-winning ticket worth $258,449 for the Pennsylvania Lottery's Triple Win Fast Play game was sold at Turkey Hill Minit Market, 2339 Oregon Pike, Lancaster, on March 2, 2018. It was the largest prize awarded to date by Triple Win, a $10 Fast Play game that offers progressive top prizes starting at $100,000.

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