Two people were unhurt when their small plane crashed Saturday afternoon in Penn Township. The incident occurred at 3:20 p.m. in the 1100 block of North Penryn Road.
Read our full article about the incident here.
This photograph of the incident was submitted by “Gcappuccino.”
Lowell Brown submitted this striking photo of backhoes tearing apart the former Fulton Bank at Duke and McGovern streets in Lancaster County, PA. The photo was taken February 25, 2013.
A two-alarm fire struck a large construction business — for the second straight day — in West Earl Township.
Krista Stoltzfus was on the scene and captured this image of the 1:12 a.m. blaze Wednesday at 3888 Oregon Pike.
Click here to read more.
A 6-year-old girl and a 38-year-old woman died in an intense fire at 255 E. Madison St. in Lancaster early Monday. Three firefighters were injured — one critically — fighting the fire. Click here to read more.
Dalton Kuhn was on the scene and submitted these images:
UPDATE: And the winner is…..
Scott Surra, of Ronks, who submitted this photo:
Here’s the description Surra submitted with the image:
This pothole is 67 feet long and getting bigger and deeper every day. It is so bad now that the speeding vehicles are spewing gravel from within the hole around the road and up into the private driveway. It is located in front of 138 North Ronks Road, Ronks, better known as the lost section of East Lampeter Township…no-man’s land as far as maintenance…a state road that the state doesn’t take very good care of.
Thanks for taking part in this contest. Check LancasterOnline.com later this year for more opportunities!
WANTED: The worst pothole in Lancaster County
REWARD: $50 gift card to The Pressroom Restaurant
DEADLINE: Thursday, February 28
Here’s your chance to win a delicious night out at The Pressroom Restaurant in downtown Lancaster.
During the month of Feburary, Lancaster Newspapers is running a contest to identify the worst pothole in Lancaster County.
All entries will be posted here, and we’ll ask readers to weigh in. In March, a winner will be selected and awarded a $50 gift card to The Pressroom Restaurant. Continue reading
Regular contributor Jer Wright submitted these photos showing flooding at Lancaster Mennonite School’s main campus along Lincoln Highway East, Thursday morning.