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  • Mobile home park expansion approved in Lower Macungie

     
    Lower Macungie Township Supervisors approved the expansion of a mobile home park on Thursday and partially waived the recreation fees since the owner is installing a trail and other amenities. Big Bear Management plans to expand Red Maple Acres off Grange Road
  • Road construction planned on detour route in Alburtis borough

     
    Sporadic lane closures will greet motorists already being detoured around a closed bridge on Route 100 south near Alburtis this summer, according to state Department of Transportation officials. The Route 100 Bridge south of Spring Creek Road in Lower...

    Woman charged with threatening husband with knife in Lower Macungie

    A 54-year-old woman was charged with threatening her husband Friday night in their Lower Macungie Township home, according to court records. Susan J. Dech, of Schoeneck Road, allegedly told her husband Darrel Dech, "you are going to have to go to sleep...

    New Information Released on Lancaster County Crash

    New Information Released on Lancaster County Crash
    Police release the names of five teenagers who were injured in a violent car crash. It happened just before 4 a.m. along the 900 block of Schoeneck Road in West Cocalico Township. The car driven by Ethan Hartman, 19, of Reinholds, traveled northbound...

    Lancaster County Collision Sends Three Teens to the Hospital

    Lancaster County Collision Sends Three Teens to the Hospital
    Three teenagers were injured when a tractor trailer collides with their car in West Cocalico Township. The crash happened around 7:30 Friday evening, at Schoeneck Road and Hackman Road. Two of teenagers were flown to the hospital, while the third was...