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Lancaster County (Pennsylvania)

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  • Cooking for presidents takes talent and dedication, not ego

    When you work at the White House, you leave your politics at the front door. That may sound counterintuitive, but it is true if you work there as a chef. "I was serving the most important people in the world" the president of the United States and other...
  • Observers debate scope of Hobby Lobby ruling

    The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling Monday that Hobby Lobby and other "closely held" companies can withhold coverage for certain forms of contraception to insured employees had observers wondering: How far does this decision go? Is it a narrowly tailored...
  • PA lawmakers react to Hobby Lobby case

    PA lawmakers react to Hobby Lobby case
    Two of the Lehigh Valley’s federal lawmakers are commending today’s Supreme Court ruling in a contentious case over whether business owners can be exempted – based on religious grounds – from providing health insurance for their...
  • SteelStacks recognized as 'remarkable'

    SteelStacks recognized as 'remarkable'
    Bethlehem's SteelStacks entertainment complex has won an inaugural Willard G. "Bill" Rouse III Award for Excellence. The Urban Land Institute Philadelphia, which provides leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating thriving communities,...
  • A slice of folklife: Kutztown fest offers new hours, attractions

    A slice of folklife: Kutztown fest offers new hours, attractions
    The Kutztown Folk Festival celebrates a time when an old fella could tell a tall Pennsylvania Dutch tale without some whippersnapper checking its veracity on Google. It also pays homage to those who join with friends and family to make intricate works...
  • Dean Minnich: Lose the signs and D-Day was here

    A year ago I was in Normandy — not the beachhead, but the small villages and the countryside that was the scene of the fighting in the days immediately following the D-Day invasion. It was part of a tour, and most fellow travelers made sure they...
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  • Tractor-trailers don't belong on shoulder of I-78

    Q: Every morning when I drive to work, I see anywhere from three to six tractor-trailers parked on the side of the ramp from Cedar Crest Boulevard to Interstate 78 eastbound near Lehigh Valley Hospital. They are loaded with sheds of varying shapes and...
  • Prudent Salisbury Township residents realize salesman has wrong license

    Susan Martucci would love to save money on her electricity bills, but she keeps finding more reasons why she should stay out of Pennsylvania's deregulated electricity market. I wrote last month about how she felt burned by an extraordinarily high bill...
  • Allen coach Doug Snyder and two local players involved in Harrisburg all-star event

     
    This is courtesy of Michael Bullock of the Harrisburg Patriot-News and pennlive.com who does a great job with the state rankings all season and coordinating the all-state teams. He put this out earlier this week that pahoops.org will be holding an all-...