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Pour Man's Brewing Co. opening taproom Saturday in Ephrata
Pour Man’s Brewing Co. is opening at noon Saturday in Ephrata with its own beer served in a 50-seat taproom.Operating next to Rita’s Italian Ice, the nanobrewery at 284 S. Reading Road will make and sell its own beer, offering five of its beers on tap. One tap also is reserved for another locally m
Man charged in crash that killed newborn
Through an investigation it was determined that a Isuzu trooper driven by Charles Singleton,45 of New Providence, PA was driving south on Beaver Valley Pike.
Lancaster man faces drug, gun charges after being found passed out in car, police say
According to police, the car had been driven over a cement divider. Ramos-Perez and a passenger were found unresponsive inside the vehicle, a 2001 Toyota Corolla. Both men had to be awakened by police. Ramos-Perez, who was found in the driver’s seat, exhibited signs of being under the influence of a
Man charged with DUI homicide for 2017 crash that killed baby
A New Providence man is accused of crashing into a car that was carrying a pregnant woman, ultimately killing the baby, police said.
Mold delays first day of school for elementary school in Lancaster County
"We will not rush the timeline. The health and safety of our children, faculty and staff are paramount," said superintendent Dave Zuilkoski in a statement.
State police plan DUI checkpoint in Lancaster County over Labor Day weekend
A DUI checkpoint is seen in this undated file photo.State police are planning at least one DUI checkpoint in Lancaster County over Labor Day weekend.The location of the checkpoint — or checkpoints — was not given in the release from police Thursday.First Read: The Latest News —The latest news from a
Celebrity chef to visit Giant Food Store in Lancaster
The demonstrations will take place at noon, 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. The Australian chef also will sign copies of his latest cookbook and pose for photographs with fans.
Special events ordinance tabled in Ephrata - Ephrata Review
A look from the top of the hill down the midway with a beautiful sunset during the opening night of the Ephrata Fair in Ephrata, PA on September 26, 2017. KIRK NEIDERMYER | LCW Correspondent Photographer
Wet your Whistle! - Ephrata Review
The Whistle Stop Night Market in downtown Ephrata is the place to be on every third Saturday of eachmonth, May through September, and Aug. 18 marks the return of this month’s community and familyfriendlyevent to the Whistle Stop Plaza.
Warwick to Ephrata trail nears finish line. Then what? - Ephrata Review
The burning question about the Warwick to Ephrata Rail Trail has been, “When can we hike or bike the entire trail from Lititz to Ephrata?”
Lancaster County police department warns of potential phone scam seeking donations for police group
The retired officer told the caller he was a former law enforcement officer and had never heard of the organization, much less received any training or funding from it. When he asked the caller where the organization was located and how long it had been established, the caller thanked him and hung u
Man claims he saw Norman Vega at scene of Stief murder
READING, Pa. - The trial continued Wednesday for Norman Vega, a man charged in two deadly shootings in Reading more than a decade ago.
Akron council gets homework - Ephrata Review
Akron borough council members were tasked Monday night by Council President John Williamson with a full load of homework assignments to be completed for their next work session, which is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., Monday, Aug. 27, at borough hall.
Penn Cinema to host Marvel Festival: 20 films in four days - Ephrata Review
The Marvel Festival, which begins Aug. 30 at Penn Cinema, will show all 20 films in the Marvel series over a four-day period.
East Lampeter Township man facing felony charges after raid of his home reveals drugs, stolen gun
Damien Carpenter-Krister, 27, is facing three felony charges in connection to the search of his home.
Heroin, cocaine, stolen gun found in man's home, police say
An East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County, man is facing felony charges after a drug bust at his home.
Ryan Howard inducted into Reading Baseball Hall of Fame
Howard, who is 38 and looks like he could still play, reminisced about his playing days during a four-month stint at Double-A Reading. During that 2004 season, he hit .297 in 102 games and hit what was a team-record 37 homers. He also drove in 102 runs, which helped earn him MVP honors in the Easter
Police: Elizabethtown woman charged with strangling 4-month-old daughter had infant son who died in 2016
The night Candace Parrow allegedly strangled her 4-month-old daughter to death, a neighbor heard her yell, “Not again, they are going to blame me,” according to charging documents.Parrow, 23, was charged Monday with homicide, aggravated assault and strangulation after an investigation into the death
Man charged with having heroin, cocaine and stolen gun
Damien Carpenter-Krister, 27, of East Lampeter Township, had 20 grams and 15 baggies of heroin, 11.8 grams of cocaine, and about an ounce of marijuana, the district attorney's office said.
Lancaster police release video, seek to ID suspects in June 16 armed robbery
Captions on the video indicate that the robbery happened just before 2 a.m. on June 16, with the video showing the 100 block of Fairview Avenue facing north, and the suspects shown at the intersection of Fairview Avenue and High Street, just to the north of O'Halloran's Irish Pub.