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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
Towns/Cities near lancaster, pennsylvania : East Petersburg Mountville Columbia Millersville Willow Street Strasburg Paradise Leacock-Leola-Bareville Lititz Mt Joy

Lancaster News
Katy Perry spotted on Hersheypark roller coasters

Fans spot Katy Perry riding roller coasters at Hersheypark Katy Perry made fans Hersheypark happy this weekend with a surprise visit to the amusement park. Check out this story on About a week after the pop star was spotted on an Amish tour in Lancaster County , she made fans Hersheypark happy on Saturday with a surprise visit to the amusement park.

York Fair wraps up 252nd year with new attractions

The York Fair is winding down for the 252nd year and General Manager Mike Froehlich said the fair had another "very successful" year with new ideas. York Fair wraps up 252nd year with new attractions The York Fair is winding down for the 252nd year and General Manager Mike Froehlich said the fair had another "very successful" year with new ideas.

Richfield man dies after crash

A fatal crash at 11:15 p.m. Friday night, near the intersection of Salem Road and Black Dog Road on state Route 235 in Delaware Township, Juniata County, claimed the life of Jeffry Hockenberry, 34, of Richfield, according to a news release from Pennsylvania State Police Lewistown. Hockenberry was traveling north on state Route 235 towards McAlisterville, while Christopher Duncan, 25, of Lancaster, was traveling south on state Routh 235 towards Thompsontown, when Hockenberry began traveling in the oncoming traffic, southbound lance.

Family marks 300 years in America, pays respects to Indians

More than 100 descendants of Christian and Adelheide Hershey - nee Hirschi, from Switzerland via Germany - disembarked from two tour buses Friday morning and trudged through a cornfield near Manheim to visit a sacred site. They gathered at the graves of Michael and Mary, last surviving members of the Conestoga Indian tribe that was wiped out in two unprovoked massacres - one in a village near Millersville, the other while in protective custody at the Lancaster jail on Prince Street - in 1763.

Some Educators Look to Address Race in the Classroom

Tim Hermansen is a white sophomore in a predominantly white high school with little in common with W.E.B. Du Bois, a civil rights pioneer and influential African-American voice who died 39 years before the Penn Manor student was even born. FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017, AT 3:01 A.M. EDT.-This photo taken Aug. 29, 2017, shows Penn Manor High School student Atlana Groff, center, commenting during an interview at the school with classmates Gabby Abreu, left, and Sameeha Hossain.

U.S. Marine Band Announces 2017 Concert Tour to the Northeast

WASHINGTON, Sept. 15, 2017 : "The President's Own" United States Marine Band will depart Washington, D.C., Monday, Oct. 1, 2017, for its annual fall concert tour, performing 28 concerts in 30 days throughout the Northeast.

Lancaster women accused of operating after-hours speakeasy out of Mexican restaurant

Two Lancaster women are accused of illegally operating a nightclub out of a Mexican restaurant in downtown Lancaster, according to a criminal complaint. Sonia Rodriguez, 52, of the 700 block of Euclid Avenue, and Emily Bermudez-Figuroa, 40, of the 200 block of West King Street, are both charged with selling liquor without a license and selling malt or brewed beverages without a license, according to State Police.

Stars to honor country singer Troy Gentry at memorial; Montgomery...

In this Jan. 17, 2013, file photo, Troy Gentry of the Country Music duo Montgomery Gentry performs on the Rebels On The Run Tour in Lancaster, Pa. Stars of the Grand Ole Opry will gather Thursday, Sept.

Dull Blue Lights at Tellus360

The band will be performing a concert at Tellus360, 24 W. King St., Lancaster, this Friday night, Sept. 15, at 8 p.m. The Dull Blue Lights are a band in between.

Driver to serve 3-6 years in prison after high-speed crash that injured 4

A Leola man was sentenced to 3-6 years in prison for a 2015 high-speed crash that injured four. Alexis M. Felix, 22, pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular aggravated assault while DUI and related counts in connection with the Sept.

Pa. families appear to embrace tougher school vaccination rules

It took many an email, copious notices snail-mailed home, and robo-calls up the wazoo, not to mention some thinly veiled threats of turning away unvaccinated kids from school. But education school and health officials around Pennsylvania state say that, for the most part, families appear to be rising to the challenge of earlier, stricter deadlines for getting students immunized .

Roving patrol leads to DUI arrest

One arrest was made for driving under the influence during a roving DUI patrol conducted by the Office of the Lebanon County District Attorney. Roving patrol leads to DUI arrest One arrest was made for driving under the influence during a roving DUI patrol conducted by the Office of the Lebanon County District Attorney.

Lancaster group wants Columbus statue removed

The Lancaster County Chapter of the Autonomous American Indian Movement says Columbus brought mass murder, genocide and slavery to the continent. American Indian group wants Lancaster's Columbus statue removed The Lancaster County Chapter of the Autonomous American Indian Movement says Columbus brought mass murder, genocide and slavery to the continent.

Lancaster Crime Stoppers offers reward for info on suspect in aggravated assault case

Lancaster Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of an aggravated assault suspect. Taylor Wike, 26, of the 400 block of Howard Avenue, is wanted in connection to an incident that occurred at 2:16 a.m. on July 10 on the 400 block of South Plum and East Mifflin Streets.

Lancaster man faces drug charges after traffic stop

Driving a car with faulty equipment led to a police chase and an arrest on drug and other charges for a 22-year-old Lancaster man last Friday, according to Lancaster City police. Jonathan Santiago-Rivera, of the 400 block of E. Strawberry Street, is charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver heroin and crack cocaine, fleeing and eluding police, driving under a suspended license and other traffic and summary violations, police say.

Lancaster man accused of biting, attempting to strangle ex-girlfriend during altercation

A 28-year-old Lancaster man is facing charges of strangulation, endangering the welfare of children and simple assault after a domestic dispute at his residence on September 6, according to Manheim Township police. Police say Elpea Tyshaun White, of the 600 block of Martha Avenue, had an altercation with his live-in ex-girlfriend between 8:30 and 9 p.m. During the argument, the victim backed away from White and fell onto her 2-year-old child.

Katy Perry spotted in Lancaster County

Katy Perry spotted in Lancaster County on Sunday Lancaster County welcomed a surprise visitor on Sunday. Check out this story on Diana Roark, operations manager of The Amish Farm and House in Lancaster County, poses for a selfie with pop star Katy Perry after her surprise visit Sunday afternoon.

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