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Construction of a new four-story affordable-housing apartment building in Lititz for older adults is underway and set to be completed by fall of next year, a local nonprofit developer announced this week.
The historic Almshouse building in Lancaster Township is back in public hands after some 15 years of private ownership.
A recent analysis from the Lancaster County planning department suggests new homes are being built on the right land for development, but they're also gobbling up too much of it too fast.
State officials have awarded two Lancaster County affordable housing projects a combined $3 million in competitive grants and tax credits.
Lancaster city officials hope to close on the $1 million purchase of a parking lot near the former St. Joseph Hospital to build new income-restricted apartments, they revealed this week.
A widening and rebuilding of Route 722 at the Route 283/Landisville interchange will cause lane closures Thursday and Friday.
A federal judge has dealt another blow to a group of Roman Catholic religious society’s effort to sue a company that built a section of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline on its West Hempfield Township property.
Local elected officials joined representatives of the Spanish American Civic Association on Thursday in southeast Lancaster to celebrate the completion of the first phase of the Conestoga North townhome development.
Another heavy rain inundated Lancaster County on Thursday, causing the familiar sights of downed trees and flooded roads not even three weeks after the remnants of Hurricane Ida had passed through.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect additional information as of 9:30 a.m., Sept. 15.
At the end of this month meetings will begin to capture a broad set of resident voices as Lancaster officials seek input in creating a new 20-year comprehensive plan that will shape, perhaps more than any other document, the city's future.
Kalpesh Vakil had to close large swaths of the 317-room Wyndham Lancaster Resort over the summer because he was unable to find enough staff to operate the entire East Lampeter Township hotel.