The pandemic and the ongoing recovery continue to have an uneven impact on the Lancaster County economy, as indicated by the number of jobs in each economic sector over the past two years, a new state report shows.
An Independent and a third-party candidate are each hoping to get a shot at becoming mayor of the City of Lancaster this fall.
El Consejo de la Ciudad de Lancaster aprobó el martes el nombramiento del principal líder de las fuerzas del orden de la ciudad.
Lancaster City Council on Tuesday approved the appointment of the city’s top law enforcement leader.
Chris Kreider isn’t related to the Kreider family that owns the farm that is easy to see from his backyard.
YWCA Lancaster will incorporate SafeHouse Lancaster’s programming into its Center for Racial and Gender Equity in a merger that takes effect Thursday.
The Lancaster school board is charging the administration to come up with a strategic plan by January 2022 to replace its existing dual language immersion program after a nonprofit hired by the school district last winter concluded that the current program needed significant improvements.
Manheim Township has agreed to pay $43,000 to settle a lawsuit in which several Skyline pool patrons claimed the pool’s “cheeky” swimsuit policy was unevenly applied to them last summer.
Gov. Tom Wolf visited Lancaster County for the second time in less than a week on Tuesday, this time to promote his plan for reforming Pennsylvania’s charter school law, which Wolf called “the worst in the nation.”
Fulton Bank, Lancaster County’s largest bank, said Monday it has agreed to work with the National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America to address the housing needs of underserved communities and to develop a more diverse mortgage workforce.
Cuatro apartamentos y más en un par de edificios históricos restaurados.