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A group of Afghan refugees is expected to arrive in Lancaster County in the next three weeks, a local resettlement agency announced Friday.
Lancaster County’s population is more diverse than it was 10 years ago, and the 36.1% increase in its Hispanic/Latino population is a big reason why.
Sheri Bare wanted a go-to place for people to find out what’s happening in Mount Joy.
The Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster has given its Southeast Clubhouse a new name.
Two refugee resettlement nonprofits here are preparing to receive refugees from Afghanistan, calling for donations and working to secure housing and other services.
Relief from Lancaster County for the victims of the powerful earthquake that struck southwestern Haiti on Aug. 14, followed by heavy rain from tropical storm Grace just days after, is on the way.
Amy Ferg recently was appointed principal and chief education officer at La Academia Partnership Charter School.
Kirsten Krimmel said she and her husband found a hidden gem when they moved to their South Side Lancaster city neighborhood in 2009.
A handball court wall in Lancaster city’s Reservoir Park got a facelift earlier this week.
Affordable housing is the focus of the “Home is Here” art exhibit and speaker series beginning Friday at The Ware Center in downtown Lancaster.
Gerald Claes wasn’t happy with the eyesores left behind after a UGI crew repaired a gas line underneath his East Hempfield Township property in March.
Hundreds of under-resourced families in Lancaster County will now have access to free internet through Comcast’s Lift Zones program.