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Coffee With LNP opens the new year in Ephrata

LNP will host the next in its series of community drop-ins from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 25 at The Ephrata Review, 1 E. Main St., Ephrata. The offices are also home to Lancaster Farming and The Lititz Record Express. Like LNP, all are publications of LNP Media Group Inc. Area residents are invited to meet and


Police seek Lancaster man accused of committing workers compensation fraud

MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Lancaster County - Police are seeking a 45-year-old Lancaster man accused of committing insurance fraud. Miguel Vasquez was charged after a lengthy investigation into a faulty worker's compensation claim, according to Manheim Township Police. The investigation determined that Vasqu

FOX43.COM - 2018-01-15 18:39:44

Police seek to ID woman suspected in theft of credit cards at Lancaster book store

Lancaster police are trying to identify this woman who they say stole credit cards from a customer at Barnes and Noble on Jan. 3. Police say a woman suspected in a credit card theft fled in a dark minivan after using the cards at a Warwick Township store. Police say a woman suspected in a credit car

LANCASTERONLINE - 2018-01-15 21:22:00

Binns Park crowd rallies against bill aiming to charge emergency services costs to protesters convicted of related crimes

Nearly 100 people rallied Monday in Binns Park to protest a bill authored by state Sen. Scott Martin that would make anyone convicted of a crime related to a public protest responsible for paying police, fire and emergency medical costs associated with the event. Then they marched, singing, to Marti

LANCASTERONLINE - 2018-01-15 20:40:00

Violent attacks on calls prompt more central Pa. EMTs to get body armor

It was the knife attack on a EMT in Harrisburg that convinced Jason Campbell, chief of Dauphin County's SouthCentral EMS, that his people needed bulletproof vests. For Yellow Breeches EMS Chief Robert Weidner, it was the increasing number of opioid calls and the mass shooting in Las Vegas last year.

PENNLIVE.COM - 2018-01-16 11:00:15

At Home to open home decor superstore at old Kmart in Manheim Township; first day expected in late spring

A home decor superstore will be moving in to the former Kmart in Manheim Township At Home will be opening a new store in late spring at 1890 Fruitville Pike, where Kmart operated until last March. At Home has already put up a store sign and will be taking out two front canopies and the garden center

LANCASTERONLINE - 2018-01-15 16:43:00

Route 30 reopens after crash in Lancaster County

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.- Route 30 has reopened after an early morning crash. Around 4:00 a.m., crews responded to Route 222 SB at Route 30 WB in Manheim Township for a reported crash. The incident closed a lane in both directions. There were no injuries suffered in the incident. LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.-

FOX43.COM - 2018-01-16 09:35:16

Here's where a new home decor store is opening

A big box retail chain specializing in home decor products will be opening a new store in Lancaster County this spring. At Home will be opening in the former Kmart building off Fruitville Pike in Manheim Township, LancasterOnline reports. The store is supposed to open in late spring in the former 12

PENNLIVE.COM - 2018-01-16 12:33:59

Winter Adventure Weekend coming up

OLIVE HILL It's that time of the year again for adventurers to brave the cold and embark on an array of activities at Carter Caves State Resort Park. The ninth annual Winter Adventure Weekend is set for Jan. 25-28 and will feature 201 trips including hiking, paddling, rappelling, cave tours and zip

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-16 10:30:00

KYTC District 9 Crews On Alert for Continued Snow

State snowfighters are preparing for more snow tonight even as they finish plow operations after a round of light snow blanketed northeast Kentucky early this morning. Kentucky Department of Highways District 9 crews in Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Fleming, Greenup, Lewis, Mason, Nicholas and Rowan

JOURNAL-TIMES.COM - 2018-01-15 17:38:00

Boyd Fiscal Court directs grant funding to community center

CATLETTSBURG The Boyd County Fiscal Court agreed to use funding from an area development district to pay for improvements to the Boyd Community Center, including a possible upgrade to its internet access. The FIVCO Area Development District, which serves Boyd, Carter, Greenup, Carter and Elliott Cou

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-15 11:00:00

Oatman accepts role as assistant VP of facilities

From one MSU to another. Morehead State University has hired a new assistant vice president of facilities and operations, with Kim Oatman taking on the leadership position, effective Jan. 2. He succeeds Rick Linio, former assistant VP of facilities management. Oatman worked at Murray State Universit

MOREHEAD NEWS - 2018-01-15 13:30:00

City votes for more insurance premium fees

Morehead City Council voted unanimously last Monday during its monthly meeting to pass the first reading of an ordinance instituting additional and higher insurance premium fees. "This is not an increase in taxes on individuals. It is an increase in taxes on the various insurance companies for the p

MOREHEAD NEWS - 2018-01-15 13:15:00

Teacher looks to inspire students through art

Brittany Hale with Mrs Conley's First Grade Class and the What Lifts Me Up display. Photo submitted by Charles Romans. Students need to be supported and inspired at an early age, and this should be continued throughout their school career. Engaging the student in their own growth and education is al

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-15 10:30:00

DISHING THE WEEKLY DIME: Girl power, star power

Miranda Martin quickly sized up the scene and floated the ball toward the rim for just your everyday high school girls basketball alley-oop. She didn't dunk it, but Mykasa Robinson effortlessly skied to retrieve the pass and, in one motion, tossed it through the hoop for two of her 38 points. Ashlan

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2018-01-15 04:48:00

Greenup looks to improve cell service

Greenup County is looking to fix spotty phone service in the rural county once and for all. County Commissioner Tony Quillen said phone "dead spots," particularly in the areas surrounding Greenup County High School, are cause for concern. "It is sporadic, very sporadic," Quillen said. County leaders


DA investigating home, crash crime scenes in Dracut

DRACUT - Police have taped off and are standing guard over a two-story home on Sesame Street in Dracut, where authorities say a woman suffered life-threatening injuries early this morning. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan's office, which is heading the investigation, has not said how the woma

BOSTON HERALD - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Farming the sunshine in Dracut

DRACUT -- There's a solar project currently under construction at Shaw Farm in Dracut. "The first phase, hopefully, of a solar array system that will provide the power for Shaw Farm now and in the future, and make it more of a sustainable business," owner Warren Shaw said Monday. "There's a differe

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-16 11:35:03

Two injured in Dracut incidents

DRACUT -- Police are investigating an incident on Sesame Street after two people were transported to hospitals -- one with life-threatening injuries -- early Tuesday morning, according to the Middlesex District Attorney's Office. Police responded to a 911 call at a Sesame Street residence shortly a

THEVALLEYDISPATCH.COM - 2018-01-16 12:53:12

Woman suffers life-threatening injuries in Dracut incident

An investigation is underway after a woman suffered life-threatening injuries in an incident in a home in Dracut. Shortly after midnight, police were called to a home on Sesame Street, where they found the injured woman. She was taken to a Boston-area hospital. Police then received a call for a seri

WCVB - 2018-01-16 12:20:00