today’s news and information gleanings from here and there!
Quote for today … “The thing is. ..mistakes are often a part of growing up….often that’s where wisdom and maturity come from.” – from one of the more prudent comments following numerous posts, including this one at the Columbia Borough Police Department’s facebook page, about the breaking of a window at a structure at the River Park.
- “Wasted” – PennLive
- Yay, Mom. Middle-aged, chunky white woman changed with stealing from cheerleader squad in York County. – The York Dispatch
- Transparency – The Dallastown Cougar Athletics program put it on its Website.
- The question: “Should Nazareth Mayor Carl Strye Jr., who faces theft charges for when he was president of a borough fire company, resign?” Vote here! – The Morning Call
- “Choked” – That’s the word in the POLICE LOG in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster: ” … ‘choked’ and punched a woman, nearly causing her to drop the child she was holding at an apartment in the 800 block of Blunston Street on April 11, borough police said in a criminal complaint. The woman suffered minor injuries. Police charged (the accused) with endangering the welfare of a child and domestic violence-related simple assault. He was arraigned and committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $25,000 bail.” The word “choke” is absent from the CrimeWatch report.
- Pennsylvania’s ” Lucky Counties” to buy Lottery Tickets. But a Columbia lottery seller sold 1/3 of Lancaster County’s million dollar prize tickers. The Morning Call
- Lancaster County inspections | Parma Pizza in Marietta racks up the violations as does “just outside” Columbia Weis store | no surprises there. – Lancaster Online
- York County inspections. – The York Dispatch
- Click here to go to the state’s Website of inspections … and the listing of the violations at each location. The statewide directory lists inspections for all municipalities in York County and Lancaster County.
- … except those in Columbia – Columbia persists in having its own inspection system with its own forms and inspection items – rather than the one used statewide.