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People walk around during the Tailgating Festival at Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020.

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Here are five articles from this past weekend to catch up on.


Pat Burnley helped create Kitchen Kettle Village. Here's a look at its history from the LNP|LancasterOnline archives

Pat Burnley, co-founder of Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse, died on Friday. She was 92.

In honor of Burnley's contributions to the community and the legacy she left behind, here's a look back at Kitchen Kettle Village's history through LNP | LancasterOnline's archives.

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Pat Burnley helped create Kitchen Kettle Village. Here's a look at its history from the LNP|LancasterOnline archives

Leon 'Buddy' Glover laid to rest Saturday

Mourners gathered online and in-person at the Lancaster County Convention Center on Saturday morning to see the School District of Lancaster’s first Black principal laid to rest.

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Leon 'Buddy' Glover laid to rest Saturday

Coffee Co. opens new café near Lancaster Airport; 4th location for local couple

A new Coffee Co. has opened in Manheim Township’s Shoppes at Bloomfield Village, the fourth location for the local restaurant operators.

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Coffee Co. opens new café near Lancaster Airport; 4th location for local couple

'An icon': NAACP to celebrate Hazel Jackson, the first Black teacher at School District of Lancaster

Hazel Jackson taught four years in segregated public schools in South Carolina, so, when she moved to Lancaster in 1952, she figured it wouldn’t be difficult to land a job at a city school.

In the words of Jackson’s granddaughter, Amber Holland, “She was sadly mistaken.”

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'An icon': NAACP to celebrate Hazel Jackson, the first Black woman to teach at School District of Lancaster

Pennsylvania health officials to reduce number of providers receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Beginning next week, the Pennsylvania Department of Health is poised to significantly reduce the number of approved vaccine providers receiving shipments from roughly 1,700 to 300.

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Pennsylvania health officials to reduce number of providers receiving COVID-19 vaccine

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