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Lancaster County (Pennsylvania)

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  • Stink bugs invading Central Pennsylvania homes

    Stink bugs invading Central Pennsylvania homes
    The fall season brings cooler temperatures, the changing of the leaves and something not so pleasant, the return of stink bugs trying to invade people's homes. The flying bugs aren't harmful to humans, but are more of a nuisance and will emit a foul...
  • Flying high for the Sinaloa drug cartel

    Flying high for the Sinaloa drug cartel
    John Charles Ward would take flight in the half-light before dawn, when he could race down the runway without headlights and ascend into the cloaking embrace of an overcast sky. This feature requires that JavaScript be enabled and the Flash plug-in be...
  • Story of Amish school shooting keeps its distance

    Story of Amish school shooting keeps its distance
    In the very best moment of Jessica Dickey's "The Amish Project," the new solo show at American Theater Company performed by Sadieh Rifai, a telling truth is observed about what invariably happens when an outsider — an "English" in Amish...
  • Bad News for Gardeners and Farmers- Late Blight Confirmed Nearby

     
    This is not good news. Late blight has been found in several Pennsylvania counties in the last week, as close to us as Lancaster County. We are posting current updates on where it is being found at: http://extension.psu.edu/vegetable-fruit This disease......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Things Get Started.

     
    Thousands of tux- and evening gown-clad revelers filled the building's cavernous expo INAUGRUAL1 hall for a four-hour party that featured such regional food delicacies as the "Heavenly Devonshire," which is a little turkey sandwich on toast points with...
  • How liberal or conservative are PA lawmakers?

     
    The National Journal each year analyzes a series of key votes of each member of Congress and calculates how liberal and conservative the lawmakers are compared to one another. Their results this year show that the Congress in 2010 was......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Confirmation Hearings Start Today.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Confirmation hearings get underway in the state Senate today for the first of the new Pennsylvania-capitol Corbett administration cabinet appointees. Here's your handy, clip-and-save schedule for the week: Today: 9 a....
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: What's A Little Litigation Between Friends?

     
    Pennsylvania's adultBasic insurance program may be gone, but it's not forgotten in the state's appellate courts system. Three people formerly covered by the low-cost insurance program that provided coverage to 41,000 residents have filed a lawsuit in...
  • All but two PA U.S. Reps. support stopgap spending measure

     
    The U.S. House passed a short-term spending measure Tuesday to once again fend off a government shutdown, this time for three weeks, and most of Pennsylvania's lawmakers voted for it. Republican Joe Pitts of Lancaster County and Democrat Mark Critz......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: All Shale, All The Time.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The Marcellus Shale Commission, chaired by Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley, holds its first Naturalgaswell meeting from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at DEP HQ on Market Street in Harrisburg today. The five-hour marathon is supposed...
  • The Sunday Brunch: Where To Go Next On Vouchers.

     
    Anyone remember “The Trojan Rabbit?” There’s this great scene in the 1975 screwball classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” where, in the course of trying to capture a castle held by a company of daffy French knights, King...
  • Protesters to milk cow at Capitol (yes, there is Pa. connection!)

     
    So, raw milk advocates are unhappy with a decision by the Federal Drug Administration taking legal action against Amish farmers in Lancaster County. To show their displeasure with the government, they will milk a cow outside Capitol Hill in protest,......