A discussion about sleep turned into a rebuke of excessive homework Monday as officials from Ephrata Area School District fielded questions about potentially shifting secondary school start times.
Ephrata Area School District will shed more light Monday on its study of secondary school start times.
The fire, which was called in at 1:05 a.m. Friday at the Kensington Club Apartment Complex, displaced 34 people.
Sixty-four years after Rosa Parks prompted the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycotts, school and political leaders in Lancaster gathered outside Martin Luther King Elementary School to call attention to what they say has effectively become a “segregated school system.”
School District of Lancaster is facing a potential $10 million budget deficit in 2020 for reasons, its superintendent says, beyond its control.
The privately run, taxpayer-funded school would educate and provide daily counseling sessions for up to 200 students in kindergarten through 12th grade struggling with school phobia, anxiety and other mental health issues.
By moving up the start of firearms deer season from the Monday after Thanksgiving to Saturday, the Pennsylvania Game Commission says it hopes to stop a downward skid of hunting license sales. And it appears to be working.
LNP asked what went into the 73-year-old’s decision and discussed how the college has grown since his arrival 23 years ago. Here are some highlights from the conversation.
Lancaster Bible College announced Monday that pastor and author Thomas L. Kiedis will replace longtime President Peter W. Teague on Feb. 1, 2020. Teague will retire after leading the college for 20 years.
Lancaster County Judge Merrill Spahn Jr., sentenced Roland, dressed in a white dress shirt, a teal, checkered tie and dark blue dress pants and sneakers, to a nine- to 23-month sentence.