U.S. News & World Report ha compartido su lista de Mejores lugares para jubilarse 2021-2022 en los Estados Unidos y, una vez más, Lancaster aterrizó en el Top 10.
Lancaster scored high in several categories including health care and housing affordability on the U.S. News list.
Foreign ransomware extortionists disabled access to some critical Steinman Communications systems and computer files in what company executives described as a sophisticated criminal attack that continues to limit the company’s ability to publish a complete newspaper.
Los comisionados del condado de Lancaster votaron esta mañana para crear un consejo asesor de salud encargado de proporcionar análisis de datos y recomendaciones para detectar, prevenir y responder a enfermedades que representan una amenaza de salud pública para los residentes.
Lancaster County commissioners voted 2-1 Wednesday to create a health advisory council tasked with providing data analysis and recommendations to detect, prevent and respond to illnesses that pose a public health threat to residents.
President Joe Biden rolled up his sleeve on Monday for a COVID-19 booster shot.
El condado de Lancaster está recibiendo $6.2 millones adicionales en fondos de ayuda para el alquiler que los inquilinos con dificultades pueden aprovechar hasta septiembre de 2025.
Lancaster County is receiving an additional $6.2 million in rent relief funds which struggling renters can take advantage of until September 2025.
At the end of this month meetings will begin to capture a broad set of resident voices as Lancaster officials seek input in creating a new 20-year comprehensive plan that will shape, perhaps more than any other document, the city's future.
After a summer full of contentious debate over whether to require masks in Lancaster County schools, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf hit the reset button Tuesday, announcing masks are once again required in public and private schools, as well as day care centers, throughout the state.
With President Joe Biden’s announcement last week, COVID-19 booster shots are coming for the fully vaccinated.
Lancaster County President Judge David Ashworth announced that starting Monday, Aug. 23, all staff and visitors to the courthouse, district courts and other court-related facilities on court business will have to wear masks, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.