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A recent construction project in Lancaster city gives “less is more” a whole new meaning. Just over a year ago, right before the coronavirus became a pandemic, Joe Mugavero told his wife he wanted to build a tiny house. He admits, there was plenty to consider.
Imagine paying for a service in advance, only to learn later that the service will not be provided. To make matters worse, the money you paid will not be returned.
Lancaster city residents just got an opportunity to provide input about the façade artwork on the future parking garage and public library in the Ewell Plaza, in the 100 block of North Queen Street.
A renovated Columbia Market House featuring more than a dozen vendors and an anchor restaurant will reopen Memorial Day weekend.
The Bike It Lancaster bicycle sharing program is set to relaunch Monday under a new vendor hired by the city.
San Juan Bautista Catholic Church will present the Via Crucis, or Way of the Cross, on Good Friday — albeit in a scaled-down version of the annual event.
When Ada Rivera arrived in Lancaster city in 1985, she was just a child.
Fatal overdoses in Lancaster County soared to 146 in 2020, a 40% increase from the previous year that officials are attributing to COVID-19.
Winter storms can create treacherous conditions for motorists, and while it’s important to keep roads clear for vehicles, pedestrians also need a safe way to get around.
Five years ago, Aida Rodriguez did something she never thought she could do.
Deep down, Mikael Atnafu believes that becoming a pilot is one of the coolest things you could ever do.
Two Lancaster County school districts plan to seek exceptions that would allow them to exceed the maximum property tax increase permitted for the 2021-22 school year.