Sunday Mar 2
The York Daily Record
New Penn St. president seeks change of focus
The man recently hired to be Penn State's next president hopes it's time the focus will shift away from the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal to the many other things going on at Pennsylvania's largest university.
The Abbotsford News
Help organized for victims in Ukraine
The honourary consul for Ukraine in B.C., Mir Huculak, is publicizing opportunities for British Columbians to help the families of shooting victims in Kyiv, Ukraine, and those who were injured in anti-government protests.
The Ephrata Review
Going Out Guide
Swing Street Swing Streets offers an entertaining mix of vocal and instrumental jazz Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at The Cafe at Ten Thousand Villages, 240 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata.
Some still digging out in Lancaster and York counties
People who live in Dover say Thursday's storm left more than a foot of snow that had to be cleared from their driveways and sidewalks.
Lancaster County detectives arrest 3 on heroin charges
Brandon Morant, 24, of Columbia, was arrested Jan. 31 after a search of his apartment uncovered 28 grams of bulk heroin, 485 individual bags of heroin, a small amount of marijuana, two digital gram scales, packaging material common to heroin, and $1,230 in cash, according to a task force news release.
Fire alarms and sprinklers more important for safety than residential construction materials
Study of thousands of B.C. fires by Surrey Fire Chief shows wood just as safe as concrete for homes, apartments Surrey Fire Chief Len Garis has co-authored a study that shows that wood buildings are as safe as concrete and other construction materials.