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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.
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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Cenveo Renews Support of Print Materials
December 8, 2017 - Cenveo Publisher Services, a division of Cenveo Inc., has renewed its commitment to provide print and fulfillment services for the 2018 Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting to be held at the Chicago Grand Sheraton, May 30-June 1, 2018. A long-standing partner of society and association publishers, Cenveo offers innovative print capabilities and an experienced, customer-focused account management team.EWE exhibits sold out
Bob Mignarri, show manager for the Eastern Winery Exposition, has announced that booths at the show are sold out. The conference and trade show will take place March 6-8, 2018, in the Lancaster County Convention Center in Lancaster, Pa.Men Allegedly Found with 30 Grams of Meth Waive Hearings
Trevor Brubaker, 19, of New Providence has been charged by Officer Alex Burkett of the Clearfield Borough police with dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities, F1; criminal use of a communication facility, F3; manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, F, two counts; intentional possession of a controlled substance, M; and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, M. Cory Irwin, 34, of Curwensville has also been charged with manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, F, two counts; intentional possession of a controlled substance, M; and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, M. Brubaker and Irwin waived their rights to preliminary hearings and their bail remains set at $250,000 and $100,000 monetary, respectively.For All Your Computer Needs, Rely on Hoffman Computer Associates
Do you have a new computer that you are not quite sure how to use? Are you giving or getting a new computer for the holidays? Is your old computer acting up and you don't know why? Do you have too many photos and videos, and not enough space to store them all? No matter what your computer issues are, you can rely on Hoffman Computer Associates for the support you need. Hoffman Computer Associates provides expert professional support for individuals and businesses, keeping your computer hardware and software operating smoothly and efficiently.Police seek Lancaster man who violated protected person court order
Police are looking for a Lancaster man who violated a court order after returning to the property of a protected person.August Burns Red Singer Jake Luhrs Talks Grammy Nod, 'Wolverine...
August Burns Red frontman Jake Luhrs delivers the concise mission statement halfway through our phone call, enjoying a rare moment of relative downtime before his life becomes a whirlwind yet again. The Lancaster, Pennsylvania, metalcore quintet is at home right now, rehearsing for a North American headlining tour that kicks off in January.For colleges, a rural reckoning
Emily Ritchey grew up in Dry Run, Pa., population 345, the daughter of a cashier and a mechanic. The halls of her high school were filled with boys wearing camouflage.Lancaster man accused of stealing several packages from porches
A 54-year-old Lancaster man was arrested Monday after allegedly stealing packages from a victim's porch, according to Lancaster police. Police believe the suspect, Jose Colon-Rodriguez, of the 700 block of Stevens Ave., is responsible for three other reported thefts of a similar nature and may be responsible for other, unreported incidents.New president on the job at Vermont's Castleton University
The school says Karen Scolforo began work on Monday at the school that is part of the Vermont State College system. Scolforo comes to Vermont after spending four years as president at Central Penn College located in Summerdale and Lancaster, Pennsylvania.Former WGAL, WITF host remembered
She had a career as a television interviewer on WGAL and hosted the weekly series "The Gathering Place" on WITF television. She later co-founded River Ridge Video Productions.Loss of investor forces Lancaster Food Co. to shut down production, lay off 20 employees
A Lancaster-based breadmaking company has been forced to temporarily suspend operations and lay off 20 employees after losing "a critical investment at the last minute." The Lancaster Food Co.Nurse, 80, retires after 58 years in the operating room
Sandra Glatfelter talks about her 58 years at UPMC Pinnacle Health . The Pennsylvania nurse who was a calming presence in the operating room for 58 years has finally retired, leaving behind an impact that colleagues say is impossible to measure.Lancaster man charged in separate burglaries
A 19-year-old Lancaster man is facing charges in two separate burglaries that occurred on Nov. 19 and 20 on S. Ann and Union Streets, police say. Taleek A. Perez, of the 600 block of St. Joseph Street, is charged with two counts of burglary and theft by unlawful taking, police say.Lancaster man accused of striking victim with crowbar during domestic dispute
A 24-year-old Lancaster man is charged with aggravated assault after striking another person in the head with a crowbar, Manheim Township police say. Steven Rivera-Guzman is accused of using the crowbar in an attack stemming from a domestic dispute at his residence, police say.Police are investigating theft of a vehicle from Lancaster Catholic High School parking lot
Police are searching for the suspect or suspects responsible for stealing a vehicle from the Lancaster Catholic High School parking lot. According to Manheim Township police, the theft occurred Sunday between 6:30 a.m. and 10:25 p.m at the school, which is located on the 600 block of Juliette Avenue in Lancaster.This little piggy had a sweet path home
A pig waddled right on over to writer Regina Glanzberg in Smithtown. Above, a piglet in a pen in Lancaster, Pa.Lancaster resident to speak at Bernie Sanders rally Sunday in Reading
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders will return to central Pennsylvania on Sunday for a rally against the Republican tax reform plan, and a Lancaster city resident will be among the featured speakers. Eliza Booth, 39, said she was invited to speak about how the plan will negatively impact her and her family.
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