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

Lancaster News
Children removed from Lancaster apartment after mother suffers overdose

State Police troopers removed two children - a 3-year-old and a 10-month-old - from the apartment of a woman suffering from a heroin overdose, according to a police report. Police say officers responded to an apartment on the 100 block of East King Street at 9:36 p.m. on August 7 to assist emergency medical personnel with a sick person call.

Lancaster man to serve up to 15 years in prison after being caught on video dealing heroin

A Lancaster man will serve up to 15 years in prison for making heroin sales that were caught on the city's surveillance cameras, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office. Stanley Elam, 57, was sentenced to 3 3/4 to 15 years for selling heroin on East Filbert, Beaver and Lafayette Streets in January and February of 2016.

Park Slope Food Co-op Gets its Own App Designed by Ultra-Loyal Member

A devoted Park Slope Food Co-op member has designed a free app that makes it easier for foodies to learn about their grub's farm-to-shelf journey, keep tabs on their monthly work shift duties and track the arrival of items ranging from arugula and garlic scape pesto. More than 300 in-stock fruit, vegetable and herbs are cataloged in the app's library along with the ability to scan co-op cards into Apple Wallet and log monthly shifts that all co-op members must work, which are notoriously difficult to swap.

Lancaster man pleads guilty to 2014 rape after DNA evidence connects him to crime scene

A 20-year-old Lancaster man has admitted to the 2014 rape and beating of a Lancaster woman after police used DNA evidence to connect him to the crime, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office. Robert R. Pitt recently pleaded guilty to nine charges, including felony counts of rape and battery, in Lancaster County Court.

Reading man apprehended after leading Lancaster police on chase through city

A 30-year-old Reading man is facing charges of fleeing or attempting to elude police, DUI, and other violations after leading police on a chase from downtown Lancaster to East Lampeter Township, according to a police report. Miguel Pagan is also charged with driving under a suspended license, recklessly endangering another person, reckless driving, driving at unsafe speeds, three countes of red light violations, operating a vehicle without rear lights, and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to police.

Lancaster host Vigil in support of Charlottesville

"I'm at a place in my personal journey where I regularly pray for the president and for all the leaders of our country, as well as for people that embrace hate. I believe that we need to come from a place of love and healing our communities, our world, in order to effect any real change.

Tour operator in Amish country gets in tiff over his tuk-tuk

In this Aug. 8, 2017 photo, Timm Wenger poses with his tuk-tuk in Lancaster, Pa. Wenger's application to run sightseeing tours in the three-wheeled, six-passenger electric vehicle was denied by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, which cited safety concerns.

Tour operator in Amish country gets in tiff over his tuk-tuk

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How an Iroquois Chief Helped Write the US Constitution

History has largely forgotten Canasatego, the Iroquois chief who eloquently introduced American colonists to the federalist ideas that would shape their government. In 1744 date, the Iroquois chief Canasatego addressed a treaty conference between the American colonists and the six-nation Iroquois Confederacy.

Peru is on a bid to catch up with its innovative Latin American neighbors

On a Tuesday morning in Lima, Peru, MapQuest co-founder Chris Heivly stood onstage before 600 attentive listeners at Peru Venture Capital Conference, a photo of an Amish buggy projected behind him. "It's a common sight in the town MapQuest was created," Heivly says.

Man convicted of shooting 7-year-old Lancaster girl in 2007 will get...

A Lancaster man convicted of shooting a 7-year-old girl in 2007 will not get relief from his prison sentence, an appeals court ruled this week. According to a news release from the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office, Brandon L. McPherson, now 34, was found guilty of attempted murder and other charges relating to a January 4, 2007 shooting that injured Brianna Pratt at Beaver and Andrew Streets in Lancaster.

Lancaster police seek identity of man who spray painted a F*** the Policea on police station door

Lancaster police are trying to identify a man suspected of spray painting an obscene message on the door of the Lancaster Bureau of Police Station on the first block of West Chestnut Street. The incident happened August 6 at approximately 2:20 a.m., police say.

Ephrata artist honors her mother with exhibit

On one crimson-covered canvas, two fiery sunflowers droop toward one another, with pieces of petals - like tears - falling to the ground. In another painting, three delicate blooms of Queen Anne's lace stand out against an azure backdrop, as an unseen light source filters into the dark corners.

Armstrong Flooring to close Mississippi plant, laying off 93

The company, based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, says closing the Vicksburg plant and one in Jackson, Tennessee, will save it more than $8 million a year.

Investigation of shooting leads to arrest on weapons charges for Lancaster man

A police investigation of a shots-fired incident led to an arrest on a weapons charge for a Lancaster man Tuesday night, according to Lancaster City Police. Raul Diaz-Arroyo, 23, was charged with possession of a firearm with an altered or obliterated serial number and carrying a firearm without a license after police stopped his vehicle near the area where gunshots were heard, police say.

Country star Trace Adkins will headline the 26th Fallfest concert in Lancaster October 8

Country music superstar Trace Adkins will headline the 26th I-105 Turkey Hill Fallfest on Sunday, October 8 at Overlook Community Campus in Lancaster, according to an announcement issued by the country music radio station WIOV on Wednesday. Known for his iconic baritone voice, Adkins has sold more than 10 million albums in his career.

Think property elimination bill is a good idea?a

Think property elimination bill is a good idea? Consider thisa Would you still support PTIA if your overall taxes increased more than your real estate tax savings? Check out this story on ydr.com: http://www.ydr.com/story/opinion/columnists/2017/08/08/think-property-elimination-bill-good-idea-consider-this-column/549992001/ YDR's York Storytellers Project will present its third event at York's Central Market Sept. 21. The theme for this evening of live, true, first-person stories is "School Days."

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