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  1. Top 10 finalists announced for Lancaster's Got Talent 2017

    08.19 / 17:16 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    The Top 10 contestants for 2017's Lancaster's Got Talent have been selected by readers. After more than 7,000 votes, the Top 10 to perform at the live show at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1 are:•Noah Brosey          • Dan Clemente• Barley & Steele     • Ali Murphy• Sarah Ford           • Kendra Alexander• Alexis Aryton       • Naiby Perez• Alicia Barr           • Sheena Good and Christina WatkinsThe pool of 90 contestants in the second Lanca…
  2. Officials' Facebook posts are public records, Pennsylvania agency says

    08.19 / 14:12 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    When a public official uses Facebook in his or her public capacity, it counts as a public record, Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records has…
  3. Sunny day with high of 85, chance of afternoon storms ahead in Lancaster County

    08.19 / 12:13 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    A mostly sunny day with a chance of storms is ahead in Lancaster County…
  4. The darkness in Charlottesville is a challenge to Christians

    08.19 / 11:09 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Where do we go from here? That’s the question on many of our minds as we try to assess the devastation wrought by last week’s carnage in a picturesque and historic Virginia college town that became the setting for a&#…
  5. Pipeline builder strikes out in early bid for Columbia nuns' land

    08.19 / 11:09 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    The builders of the Atlantic Sunrise natural gas pipeline have failed to secure an early possession of property owned by defiant Roman Catholic nuns near…
  6. Near-perfect weather conditions expected for Monday's total solar eclipse

    08.19 / 11:09 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Forecasters expect near-perfect conditions in the county for viewing the rare astrological…
  7. Basement fire possibly caused by lightning strike in Ephrata

    08.19 / 00:27 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Fire officials believe a lightning strike Friday afternoon may have caused a fire in a home on Marie Avenue near Crescent…
  8. 3 houses struck by lightning, storm damage reported throughout Lancaster County

    08.18 / 23:24 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Emergency responders reported at least three homes struck by lightning as well as flooded roads and other storm damage around the county Friday afternoon and early…
  9. 6th Molly Curtis softball tournament is Sunday at Clipper Stadium

    08.18 / 22:14 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Dozens of county employees will take the field at Clipper Magazine Stadium on Sunday to raise money for a good cause at the sixth annual Molly Curtis softball…
  10. Citing Trump remarks, entire president's arts council quits

    08.18 / 21:13 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    NEW YORK (AP) — Another presidential advisory committee appears to be breaking u…
  11. Once homeless, Iraq War veteran moves into unique new home

    08.18 / 20:04 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    MIDWAY CITY, Calif. (AP) — Vernon Poling was 44 years old when he finally got a home of his o…
  12. Finnish police shoot man who stabs 8 people in Turku; 2 dead

    08.18 / 19:02 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    HELSINKI (AP) — A man stabbed eight people Friday in Finland's western city of Turku, killing two of them, before police shot him in the thigh and detained him, police said. Authorities were looking for more potential suspects in t…
  13. AP sources: Strategist Steve Bannon leaving White House

    08.18 / 17:58 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Steve Bannon, a forceful but divisive presence in President Donald Trump's White House, is l…
  14. Penn State football coach James Franklin signs 6-year contract extension

    08.18 / 16:55 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    James Franklin’s long-anticipated contract extension is now reality. Penn State’s Board of Trustees compensation committee approved the extension Fri…
  15. Black Rock Retreat takes an economic leap of faith

    08.18 / 16:55 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Economists call it the law of supply and demand. At Black Rock Retreat, they are calling it a leap of…
  16. York's rabbittransit turns to Uber, Lyft to broaden paratransit service

    08.18 / 15:59 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    A central Pennsylvania transit service is partnering with Uber and Lyft to offer rides to some of its clients, local TV stations…
  17. Black Rock Resort takes an economic leap of faith

    08.18 / 15:59 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    Economists call it the law of supply and demand. At Black Rock Retreat, they are calling it a leap of faith. Over the past few years, the Christian summer camp in Kirkwood has been forced to turn away as many as 200 children because of a lack of cabin space. In 2013, the board began thinking seriously about expanding to meet that need.…
  18. Lancaster County restaurant inspections: Aug. 18, 2017

    08.18 / 15:59 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a “risk-based” inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food han…
  19. Finnish police shoot man who stabs several people in Turku

    08.18 / 15:59 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — A man stabbed several people in Finland's western city of Turku before police shot him in a leg and detained him Friday, police said, adding that authorities were looking for more potential s…
  20. Girl Scout council votes to retain 10 acres of Camp Furnace Hills, delay decision on remaining 310 acres

    08.18 / 15:59 lancasteronline.com Lancasteronline.com - Local
    The board of the Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania voted Thursday to retain a 10-acre core of Camp Furnace Hills in Lancaster County but delayed a decision on what to do with the remaining 310 acres until…