24 Volunteers Added to Youth Aid Panels for Lancaster County Communities
Two dozen volunteers were recently honored as certified members of Youth Aid Panels across Lancaster County. Read about Youth Aid Panel and what these volunteers will be doing: http://bit.ly/2WuUgAX
Lancaster County Schools Equipped with Life-Saving Kits for Mass-Trauma Incidents
The Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office purchased starter kits with tourniquets and other emergency-response items, and recently distributed them to school resource officers. Read what is in the kits and how they can save lives: http://bit.ly/2CHpwnb
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The Police department was informed today that the new section of Rt. 441 will be open tomorrow (12-17-15) at 10:00 AM. Please be careful of workers in the area preparing for the opening. Work is still being done on the connection to the Northwest River Trail and people are advised against...
(photo courtesy-Facebook-The Realist People of Lancaster) On Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015 at approximately 4:10pm, the Ephrata Police Dept. was dispatched to respond to the Sheetz store located at 891 E Main St. in Ephrata. The manager of the store reported that an unknown person was dressed in a Santa...
At 12:14 am, 12/15/15, ELTPD was dispatched to Taco Bell, 2040 Lincoln Highway East, for a female banging on the restaurant door and attempting to climb through the drive thru window. Arriving officers found the female to be highly under the influence of alcohol. The female was identified as Jordan...
A local family is willing to pay – $15,000 – for information that leads to the killer of a Lancaster city mother of three who was burned in her home on Dec. 6, 2010. City police are hoping the 5-year mark since the arson – and the newly-offered reward – will yield fresh leads in their search for...