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Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes Republicans' $30.1 billion budget

HARRISBURG — Wasting little time Tuesday night, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the entire $30.1 billion budget the Republican-controlled Legislature sent him earlier in the evening.

Amtrak trains suspended between Philadelphia & Harrisburg due to weather

Severe weather delayed Amtrak Northeast Corridor service between Washington and Philadelphia and temporarily suspended Keystone Service between Philadelphia and Harrisburg this morning.

Chance of storms today through Fourth of July weekend

A chance of precipitation today is expected to persist through the weekend, with the possibility to upset Fourth of July plans.

Lancaster County Police Log: Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Police charge Lititz man after they say he pulled a woman from a car and onto a parking lot during a domestic dispute.

York County man killed in crash involving tractor-trailer on Route 30

Preston Howard Reese, 34, of Baltimore Pike in East Berlin, was killed in a crash on Route 30 in York County Tuesday night, the York Daily Record reported.

Woman wanted in weekend shooting in Lancaster city

Lancaster police charge Denise Heckstall, 25, with attempted homicide after officials say she shot a woman over a man Saturday night.

School board fires teacher who stepped on American flag

Illinois board votes 6-0 to dismiss the English teacher who used the flag as a pointer during a lesson on free speech. Do you agree with the decision to fire the teacher? Take our poll.

Another black church in South Carolina burns; cause unknown

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Twenty years after the Ku Klux Klan burned it down, a South Carolina black church, north of Charleston, has caught fire again and authorities are trying to determine why.

Not a scam: Insurers send doctors to members’ homes

Since 2011, Highmark Inc. has arranged about 4,000 house calls for Lancaster County seniors enrolled in its Medicare Advantage plan.

Wolf budget vs. GOP budget: How much money would your school district get?

All Lancaster County school districts stand to benefit under competing state budget plans, but most districts would see smaller increases under a GOP proposal than in Gov. Tom Wolf's pitch.

Lancaster city fire bureau hires 2 firefighters

The Lancaster City Bureau of Fire has recently hired two firefighters.

War on heroin: Local police will carry naloxone, a 'miracle drug' to save lives after overdose

In the hands of local police officers, the heroin antidote naloxone has the potential to save about two lives in Lancaster County each week.

Millions of gallons would be pumped from 3 Lancaster County streams to test Atlantic Sunrise pipeline

Conestoga River, Pequea and Chiques creeks would be tapped to make sure gas pipeline is safe before operation.

Police: Man rammed wife’s car into opposing traffic in Lebanon

A man faces several charges after he allegedly repeatedly rammed his vehicle into the rear of his wife’s car Sunday in Lebanon.

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Complete Coverage: 2015 U.S. Women's Open at the Lancaster County Club

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.

LNP Sports 365: Gray's potential spoke volumes at McCaskey in mid-'90s

By the time he graduated in 1996, Sylvester "Vet" Gray had grown from a talented but cocky athlete to a reliable three-sport standout for McCaskey.

Reaction to the United States 2-0 Women's World Cup semifinal win over Germany

The Americans advance to Sunday's final vs. the England-Japan winner.

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Q&A: McDonald's franchisee talks about drive-thru, renovations and McRib

Michelle Costello, who is part of a family that owns five McDonald's restaurants in the area, talks about what it is like to grow up in the business.

Regulators approve WellSpan Health plan to incorporate Good Samaritan Health System

Move follows similar affiliation with WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital in 2013; the system is also seeking regulatory approval for a deal with Philhaven.

Jobless rate in Lancaster County rises in May for 2nd straight month

The Lancaster County unemployment rate’s steady descent to its pre-recession level isn’t so steady anymore.

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Live on Vine presented by New Holland: Block party featuring live music, drinks, food trucks

The first annual Live on Vine presented by New Holland is a block party/concert filled with food, drinks and live music. The 21-and-over event on July 11 will include four large music acts on the main stage, seven food trucks and a cash bar.

Infused honey adds sweetness and spice to drinks, dishes

The flavors in infused honey, which adds different ingredients and tastes to what the bees made naturally, range from fig to pepper and raspberry to spices. They can be used directly on snacks, in cooked dishes and in cocktails.

Artist Ellen Slupe begins stories in new Ware Center show

Ellen Slupe likes telling stories.

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Release names of police officers involved in May 19 fatal shooting

A police officer cannot shoot someone and remain anonymous. The public needs to know who the officers are; the public has a right to ask questions about the officers and the actions they took.

Day 1: Waiting for a Pa. budget

A quick deal that splits the difference won’t do. Gov. Tom Wolf promised change in the way Pennsylvania schools are funded. Republicans promised pension reform. There is no reason that good-faith negotiations cannot produce both.

On the Supreme Court's momentous same-sex marriage ruling, and thoughtful discussion

Attitudes have shifted on same-sex marriage, and the Supreme Court has ruled for it, but as the discussion continues, let thoughtfulness prevail.

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