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Retired Lt. Col. Edward K. Burdeau, 80, Lancaster, peacefully passed away on Feb. 25, 2011, at Hospice of Lancaster County surrounded by his family. Ed was born in Elgin, Ill., and raised in Somerset. He is the son of the late Espy and Hazel Burdeau and...
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Content ManagerHigh winds caused widespread damage and poweroutages throughout the area Friday afternoon. Lancaster County was hardest hit with over 6500 PPL customers without power at one point during the day. That number was down to less than a thousand by 6 pm. A...
The Chain Gang - Orlando SentinelOn Friday, May 27, a group of 11 cyclists will set off from Daytona Beach, and pedal their way north to Portland, Maine. Along the way they will stop at churches in 13 states to raise awareness for women in the Congo who have been victims of rape. The...
TribLocal - EvanstonEVANSTON, Ill. — Have a laugh at Northwestern Universityâ€™s Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art this winter. The museum is presenting witty, outrageous and, …...
Staff reporterElection Day is just over a month away and it appears the race for Governor is tightening up. A new poll showing Democrat Dan Onorato is making up some significant ground on Republican challenger Tom Corbett. Just one week ago, a Quinnipiac poll showed...
Cameron Setian of Williamsburg, a recent graduate of Walsingham Academy, was named the recipient of the 2010 D.A. Taylor Lacrosse Award as the top high school boys lacrosse player in southeastern Virginia. Setian became the first goalkeeper to win the...
The Religion WorldEleven cyclists will leave Daytona Beach Friday, May 27, on a 2,500-mile ride to Portland, Maine to raise awareness of women in the Congo who have been victims of rape. Along the way they will stop at churches in 13 states to spread the word of a ...
Content ManagerA Lancaster City man faces charges of indecent exposure. Police say the incident happened on July 16 in the area around the 200 block of Nevin street. A man pulled alongside a 20 year old female who was riding her bicycle and began speaking to her. The...
Eustace 'Rudy' Bacchus Ten years ago, stockbroker Eustace "Rudy" Bacchus became a Christian, and at his Oct. 20 memorial service, some of his co-workers from the American Stock Exchange noted that material things never eclipsed their friend's values. He...
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