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  1. Anti-Semitic graffiti found on Millersville University campus: ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 |

    University officials sent an email to students at 9 p.m. Thursday informing them that someone wrote "I hate Jews" on a men's bathroom partition in Gordinier Hall, reports. University police chief Pete Anders said in the email the "hateful words ... written in a common bathroom may reasonably cause fear in our community in light of the Pittsburgh Tree of Life Synagogue massacre last weekend, " according to the report.


  2. Lower Paxton hires new township manager in 4-1 voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 |

    Lower Paxton Township officials Tuesday hired a millennial to fill the upcoming void that will be left when longtime township manager George Wolfe ends his fill-in role following his retirement in May. The township's new top administrator, Bradley Gotshall, is currently the manger of Millersville Borough in Lancaster County. He will begin his new duties on November 5. Prior to starting his career in government administration, Gotshall served seven years as a borough councilman in Frackville, Schuylkill County.


  3. Daniel Greenstein is the new State System of Higher Education Chancellor.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2018 |

    Pennsylvania's new State System of Higher Education Chancellor Dan Greenstein is a man who doesn't shy away from challenges. An avid bicyclist, the 58-year-old former director of the Gates Foundation Postsecondary Success strategy recently decided to take a 40-plus mile ride from Harrisburg to Shippensburg University and back.


  4. 'Every road that's near a creek is closed': Downpours leave area a messRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 |

    The storms caused more than 100 road closures across the two counties Friday evening, flooded basements, and left large numbers of motorists stranded along ponded roads. But as of 7 p.m., there were no known injuries, and officials were waiting for waters to recede to see if there was any longer-term structural damage to contend with.


  5. Why is there so much flooding in central Pennsylvania?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 |

    A band of unusually heavy rain Friday afternoon over a swath of southcentral Pennsylvania closed roads and stranded vehicles on one of the busiest travel days of the year. Parts of York, Lebanon and Lancaster counties were drenched with about 5 inches of rain over several hours, and some rain gauges recorded more than 9 inches, said Eric Horst, meteorology instructor and director of Millersville University's Weather Information Center.


  6. NewsMan sentenced to prison for fatal overdose involving heroin, fentanylRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2018 |

    A Lancaster man will be spending up to 15 years behind bars for selling heroin-fentanyl to a man who then fatally overdosed. Shawn J. Stanford, 34, recently pleaded guilty in Lancaster County Court to charges of drug delivery resulting in death and criminal use of a cellphone.


  7. 'Torrential rain' moving through Lancaster CountyRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2018 |

    Parts of Lancaster County will see heavy rains and thunderstorms for about the next hour, according to the National Weather Service at State College. As of about 6 p.m. Saturday, a cluster of strong thunderstorms near Turkey Hill and Millersville areas, moving west at 15 mph, forecasters said.


  8. New RAND Corp. report on State System Schools should be a starting point for reform | EditorialRead the original story

    May 2, 2018 |

    State lawmakers on Monday began their conversation as to the fate of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education and the 14 universities it includes. For decades, Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities, which began life as teachers colleges, were an affordable gateway for millions of commonwealth residents in search of a quality, four-year college degree.


  9. Tell's historic $2 million gift is music to public university's earsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2018 |

    Lancaster entrepreneur and philanthropist Patrick J. Tell gave Millersville University $2 million, the largest gift in the school's history, to support its music education program. attended with Lancaster entrepreneur and philanthropist Patrick Tell helped inspire Tell to make a $2 million gift to the university, which has named its School of Music after Tell.


  10. 24 free things to do in central Pa. this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2018 |

    The weather will be great this weekend, with highs in the 70s and possibly 80s. It's a good time for the Capitol Kickline, free music, a wildflower walk, a nighttime vernal pool exploration, books you can eat, scary movie and more.


  11. Millersville University's next president comes from Washington and Lee UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2018 |

    Daniel Wubah, senior adviser to president of Washington and Lee University, has been hired as the next president of Millersville University. He starts July 1.( The special adviser to the president of Virginia's Washington and Lee University has been chosen to be the next leader of Millersville University.


  12. Police chief calls release of student arrested for threat 'appalling'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 |

    The Millersville police chief calls the release of the student accused of writing threatening graffiti in a Lancaster County high school "appalling." The department's Facebook post about the charges filed against a 17-year-old boy accused of threats at Penn Manor High School Friday and Monday provides details about the investigation and aftermath.


  13. 'You're done in four years,' Scott Wagner tells state...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2018 |

    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you've spent even a nanosecond around state Sen. Scott Wagner, then you know the York County Republican isn't a fan of unnecessary government spending.


  14. Hazardous weather advisory in central Pa. region starts at 4 p.m.; 3-6 inches of snow expectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2018 |

    This photo, from a Tweet posted by AccuWeather, shows a scene in St. Louis on the morning of Feb. 17, 2018. The same storm was expected to arrive later Saturday in Pennsylvania and eventually affect most of the northeast.


  15. Pa. colleges No. 3 among US campuses targeted by white supremacist propaganda: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 |

    The Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism says incidents of white supremacist propaganda on college campuses tripled and many of those incidents happened at schools in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania ranked third among the states where white supremacists spread racist messages on college campuses with 18, according to the ADL.


  16. 2 charged in separate fentanyl-related overdose deaths in Lancaster CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2018 |

    Colomba is already serving an 8-to-20 year sentence for supplying heroin that lead to another man's death in 2016, according to police. New charges against him allege he supplied heroin to an acquaintance, who then provided it to a 34-year-old man, who was later found unresponsive in a Millersville home on Feb. 5, 2017.


  17. The most infamous murderers and massacres in Pa. historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2017 |

    Some crimes are so heinous that they gain state-wide or even national notoriety. Here are a list of some of the most horrendous in Pennsylvania history, whether they be crimes of passion or calculated killings.


  18. Farm bureau lobbies for ag preservationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2017 |

    Perry County Farm Bureau members on Oct. 23 strongly urged the county commissioners to budget more money for farmland preservation, saying it would benefit the economy, environment and quality of life. "If we preserve the farms, we preserve the businesses that farms need to survive," said Garry Raub of Duncannon, vice president of the Farm Bureau.


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