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Lancaster is rapidly becoming a vibrant after-dark destination. Many more restaurants and bars are opening up in Lancaster city. A well-lit area is both inviting — and safe.

As one afforded the opportunity recently to tour Lancaster County Prison, I was moved by the enormity of the challenges facing a super-dedicated staff forced to make do with an outdated and deteriorating facility. It was distressing to see the prisoners’ “yard” area lacking any view of the o…

LNP covers restaurant and food-facility inspections for good reason. Some restaurant owners and employees may grumble about them, but consumers will agree these inspections are a good thing. Nobody wants to get food poisoning.

With the federal government and Legislature embroiled in “he said/she said’’ politics — wasting their time and our tax dollars — it was comforting to read state Sen. Scott Martin’s op-ed in the Nov. 3 Sunday LNP (“We must protect sexual assault victims at school”).

Thank you for your efforts on the several articles on the Amish education system in the Oct. 20 Sunday LNP (“Former Amish decry their schooling” and related articles). Special thanks are in order to LNP’s summer intern, Erika Riley, for her hard work on the project. Including three main pers…

With Thanksgiving around the corner and religious holidays right behind, it’s certainly a time of reflection. We have a great deal to be concerned about. There has not been such division within our country since the Civil War. Conversations inevitably turn to policy and change. What is consi…

I appreciate Sunday LNP printing Generation Z op-eds from Christian schools. Adding to Eliana Graybill’s evidence (“How we can seek, and find, evidence of an invisible God,” Oct. 27) also answers Sunday LNP’s Nov. 3 article about “scientific” evidence of death and its contention that “there’…

Our state Legislature has become systematically complacent, inefficient and unethical. Elections intended to be an exercise of democracy have become coronations in many red districts throughout Pennsylvania. Career politicians are often selected through pay-to-play systems within the GOP and…

On behalf of Millersville’s Department of Communication and Theatre, I want to address the Oct. 20 Sunday LNP headline “A season of setbacks for the college stage” and the potentially negative implication that the Millersville University theater program is “in flux” and that our year is “uns…

As another Veterans Day comes and goes, I am once again reminded how our commander in chief has dissed a Gold Star family and mocked a prisoner of war. How sad that this is what our country has come to. I hope everyone remembers this next year at the polls, before another Veterans Day passes.

The NCAA has announced that it is going to allow student-athletes to “benefit from the use of their name, image or likeness,’’ just as so long as rules crafted to regulate this activity are “consistent with the values of college sports.’’

Our president loves America. He believes in life — not murdering babies, not allowing immigrants into America illegally. He is choosing good people and firing dishonest ones. My prayer for him is that he will come to love Jesus even more than he loves America. Many times when his talk offend…

Just wanted to share an experience on Veterans Day that meant the world to me. At the checkout counter in the garden center at Stauffers of Kissel Hill in Lititz, the woman at the counter asked me if I was a veteran (they had a discount for veterans). In the past I would have said no. Howeve…

Contributing to an already discordant, cacophonous din, paleo-conservatives braying in full chorus are declaring all-out war on that fetid, socialist cesspool California, epitomized by the Aug. 26 op-ed, “The real-time failure of democratic socialism,” by Rich Manieri.

Once again, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shows he’s a weak-minded Trump puppet who cannot seem to think clearly about the true facts of the Trump administration and continues to blow smoke to cloud up the situation.

Franklin & Marshall College student Vi Bui, addressing recent offensive behavior on campus (“We need change,” Nov. 9), called for “structural change” and “consequences for these students.”

As a former sportswriter in four states, I’ve seen more than 1,000 basketball games in my life. I’ve covered a game where there was a shooting in the lobby, one that was halted when the court filled with smoke from a fire in the locker room, and several where no spectators were allowed becau…

With the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation plans for routes 222/30, how about revisiting the “goat path” Route 23/New Holland Pike bypass that was shelved 40 or so years ago?