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Police: Intoxicated Perry County high school teacher removed from class

School administrators removed a Newport High School teacher from class in Perry County Tuesday after state police said he was intoxicated and had alcohol.

Should Pennsylvania move up its presidential primary? Lancaster County lawmaker says yes

State Rep. Keith Greiner, a Republican from Lancaster County, has introduced legislation that would move Pennsylvania's presidential primary from late April to mid-March. He says making the primary earlier would "increase the Commonwealth’s relevancy in the race for the White House and, as a result, aim to further stimulate voter participation." 

Murder-for-hire case in York County goes to jury

A jury in York County will decide if Greg Hess hired someone to murder a man living with his estranged wife.

POLL: Which planned change for Lancaster County court system is most urgent?

New President Judge Dennis Reinaker will continue working to resolve issues at Lancaster County Prison, along with expediting civil and DUI cases, during 5-year term.

Got a question for Gov. Tom Wolf's administration? His top adviser meets with LNP today

Katie McGinty, the chief of staff to Gov. Tom Wolf, is meeting with the LNP editorial board at 4 p.m. The meeting will be livestreamed. You can tweet questions using the hashtag #LNPLive.

100-foot-tall silo being moved 300 yards today in Manheim area

Heavy equipment is moving a 100-year-old, 100-foot-tall silo 300 yards in Manheim.

Sidewalk Chalk at Conestoga Valley Middle School

Students at Conestoga Valley Middle School gather near their creations during the school's annual Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest.

Photo of young girls battling cancer sharing a hug goes viral

Mother of one of the little girls captures the moment at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. If you are a cancer survivor or would like to honor someone whose life was claimed by the disease, take part in the Tribute Project.

WATCH: Eagle cam spies on Liberty and Freedom in York County

The eagle cam livestream is now only available on the Pennsylvania Game Commission website.

What you need to know about GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Rick Santorum, the former Pennsylvania senator who won the 2012 Iowa caucuses by a hair, is widely expected to enter the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Wednesday. Here are some key things to know:

Starting Monday, work project to restrict traffic to one lane on stretch of Route 896

Traffic on the 896 bridge over Pequea Creek will be restricted to a single lane in coming months.

Lancaster County Police Log: Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Police charge man who they say attacked employee at Doubletree Resort.

1 seriously injured when cement truck, car crash in Penn Township

Three people were injured, one seriously, when a cement truck and a car wrecked at Fruitville Pike and Lititz Road Wednesday morning.

Former Lancaster City Councilman Nelson Polite gets his day — and his way

Former Lancaster city councilman and longtime civic and civil rights leader Nelson M. Polite Sr. got his day — and his way on Tuesday.

East Hempfield Township, PennDOT move forward with joint Centerville Road project

East Hempfield supervisors approved a road widening project for the heavily-traveled stretch of Centerville Road between Marietta and Columbia avenues.

Dream job: City's animal enforcement officer retires, recalls strays, bites and lots of puppy love

When she was a child, Karen Dinkel was attacked three times by dogs — one time, her family’s cocker spaniel/Labrador mix bit her in the face hard enough to remove her lower lip.

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Everything you need to know about attending the 2015 U.S. Women's Open in Lancaster, Pa.

Trying to figure out the best way to get to Lancaster? Where should you park? What about restaurants and nightlife? LancasterOnline has prepared a handy guide to attending the 2015 U.S. Women's Open being held in July at the Lancaster Country Club.

Poll: Should bridge be named after former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno?

Pennsylvania state representative Mike Regan plans to introduce a bill that will name a turnpike bridge that spans the Susquehanna River after former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno. 

Will Orioles play exhibition game in Cuba vs. national team?

Director of Cuba's National Institute of Sport says game is set. Major League Baseball says no plans have been made.

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Bank of America selling its only 2 branches in Lancaster County to FNB

Bank of America is selling its five southcentral Pennsylvania branches — including two here — to the owner of First National Bank of Pennsylvania.

Mortgage foreclosures, delinquencies in Lancaster County slide to 6-year low

Foreclosure and delinquency rates in Lancaster County dropped again in March, the data firm CoreLogic said Wednesday.

HDC to break ground on first construction project in Delaware

Housing Development Corp. MidAtlantic was scheduled to break ground Wednesday on phase one of its first Delaware construction project — The Flats, a $15.8 million venture in Wilmington.

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Vote in LancasterOnline's Cutest Pet Photo Contest

Round 3 picks are open for voting.  

Wacky Wednesday: Boozy Pop Tarts, a robot beer-taster and a woven bacon burger

A New Orleans blogger puts wine in her Pop Tart glaze. And Spanish researchers have developed an electronic "tongue" that can distinguish among different types of beer.

Class of 2015: Send your graduate a message on LOL

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Don’t let Harrisburg keep your 'unclaimed,' dormant accounts

The state’s current approach — the shortened dormancy period and the odd definition of a dormant account (e.g., deposits alone won’t save an account from being labeled dormant) — is problematic.

As United Way takes leap in pursuit of four bold goals, we invite community to weigh in

The United Way of Lancaster County will announce today who's getting funding under its new collective impact model. The LNP Editorial Board invites the community to weigh in.

Why we all should honor this day

We owe soldiers who fell honor. And we it to ourselves, our children and future generations to understand and pass along the history and meaning of the battles they fought.

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