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An argument about finances escalated to a woman fatally shooting a man Friday night in Mountville, according to court documents.
If there’s one thing this past year has given me, it’s hobbies.
Twenty people were displaced, including eight children, after a fire damaged a three-unit apartment building early Friday morning in Ephrata.
Editor's note: An initial press release conflicted with what the U.S. Attorney's Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania said the Department of Homeland Security was investigating. This story has since been updated.
From organizing the Boston Tea Party to the founding of the United States Marine Corp, bars and taverns have long been the backdrop for interesting conversations.
Neil King is a writer from Washington D.C. walking his way to NYC. He spent three days traversing the county. Hear what he found interesting and how he stumbled upon what would become "the highlight of the past year" for him.
Neil King walked out of Zimmerman's Custom Butchershop in Lititz on Tuesday evening with a slice of cheese sandwiched between two pieces of bologna. He pulled out his phone and took a picture to post to his Twitter.
Lancaster Distilleries is the newest stand at Lancaster Central Market. The stand offers new things to market-goers: rum, gin, vodka and vegan food. The stand also sells mixers and syrups.
The man that police arrested and charged on Thursday in the shooting death of Julie Eberly had a long criminal record dating back to 2011, according to North Carolina's Department of Public Safety.
An Ephrata man was charged for sexually assaulting a young girl approximately 35 times from 2012 to 2014, according to East Earl Township police.
A man was arrested and charged in what police called a road-rage shooting that killed a Manheim woman in North Carolina last week, Robeson County Sheriff's office announced Thursday.
The sense of relief was clear Monday at Masonic Villages at Elizabethtown, where Pennsylvania's Acting Secretary of Health visited to highlight recent changes that allow relatives to visit nursing home residents indoors for the first time in nearly a year.