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Church Responds to Local Media’s Allegations

A local church that organized an outreach outside Lititz Springs Park earlier this month during the Lititz Pride Festival responded to accusations made by event organizers and participants included in an article recently published by LNP/Lancaster Online.

The article, “Protesters with Christian nationalist ties protest Lititz Pride event; refused to…

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Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court issued its decision today in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s’ Health Organization, declaring that the Constitution does not grant the right to an abortion, thus overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.

The decision came nearly two months after a leaked draft of the majority opinion was published…

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Republican Party Strips Rep. Zimmerman of Committee Seats

As of May 23, Representative Dave Zimmerman (R-99, Lancaster/Berks) is no longer part of three legislative committees that he had been appointed to for some time. Although it has been reported that he resigned, he has stated that he was actually removed from the committees by Republican leadership.

The House’s…

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The Quilts of Lancaster County

Lancaster County is known by many as the quilt capital of America, and little wonder. In Pennsylvania Dutch country, the Plain community has been creating beautiful, elaborate handmade quilts for generations, but the history behind the art form is as interesting as the quilts are striking.

Quilts have been made…

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Zama, Not Mastriano, Right About ‘Heartbeat Bills’

I applaud and appreciate Senator Doug Mastriano’s desire to end abortion, but his criticism of Nche Zama’s approach to ending abortion is mistaken.

In recent public appearances related to their campaign for Pennsylvania Governor, both Mastriano and Zama have addressed the abortion issue. While both men want abortion to end,…

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‘David’ Premieres at Sight & Sound Theaters

Like a psalm of praise, there is joy at Sight & Sound Theaters as it launches the original musical “David,” which was first performed live on March 12 and will run until December 31. After overcoming what could be described as Goliath-sized obstacles, the company is moving forward with a…