today’s news and information gleanings from here and there!
- Today’s Weather!
- Today in History!
- Traffic Cam Rts. 30 & 441
- The Official Time! – Population Clock (U.S. and World)
Quote for today… “For you see, each day I love you more – Today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.” – Rosemonde Gerard
- “Westbound Route 30 on the Wrights Ferry Bridge over the Susquehanna River between Lancaster and York counties will be reduced to one lane on Wednesday,February 15, so that the contractor can repair potholes in the left “passing” lane to improve safety for motorists driving over the bridge. The westbound single-lane restriction will take place during the daytime hours between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., weather permitting. – PennDOT Travel Advisory
- OK, google is big! But, as we have said before, google does really cool stuff with the search page on special days. Take a look, click on the picture below – then click the play arrow at the search page:
- How cool is this? “Today’s Valentine’s Day “Google Doodle” (above) comes to you courtesy of the animation skills of a Lancaster County native, Michael “Lippy” Lipman. – LancasterOnLine
- “Lawmaker wants to require motorcycle safety courses” – York Dispatch
- Gas prices jumping earlier: “U.S. motorists have seen the national average for regular gasoline rise above $3.50 a gallon in just three different years, but it has never happened this early.” – Los Angeles Times
- “Derrick M. Armold was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Penn State University, where he is a senior majoring in mechanical engineering. A 2008 graduate of Columbia High School, he is the son of George and Pam Armold of Columbia. – Corinne N. Bletz of Lancaster was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Millersville University, where she is majoring in social work. The daughter of Tonja Gerlitzki and Richard Bletz Jr., she is a 2009 graduate of Columbia Junior-Senior High School. – Lauren R. Wanner was named to the president’s list for the fall semester at the University of West Virginia, where she is a senior pursuing a bachelor of Read the rest of this entry »