On this day in 1955 Rosa Parks is arrested for refusing to move to the back of a bus and give her seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama” – What else happened on this day in history, click here.
Mount Joy marijuana grower | maybe, “$10M facility with up to 90 jobs” – Lancaster Online
Borough Manager Sam Sulkosky, formerly Columbia’s borough manager, “called the Laurel Harvest proposal ‘an excellent economic development opportunity.’”
“Governor Wolf’s commitment to apprenticeship programs” – PA Department of Community and Economic Development news release
The secrecy of government … in Pittsburgh – PublicSource
IT’S HAPPENED AGAIN – THE SECRECY OF KIDS’S SPORTS FINANCES – In Lebanon, over $9,000 missing from youth football program. – The Lebanon Daily News
Can it get worse? Oh, hell yeah! | “We Regret to Inform You the White House’s Solution to the Opioid Crisis Is Kellyanne Conway”
And a letter-to-the-editor writer (with a Columbia address) asks “In the case of (Alabama senate candidate) Moore, a professing Christian, did the alleged actions occur before or after he accepted the Lord?”
Does it matter?
“False Allegations of Sexual Harassment: Misunderstandings and Realities” – Academic Matters
WSBA’s parent company files for bankruptcy – Penn Live
Sign of the times | Today’s POLICE LOG a spate of arrests for possession and theft dominate.
Good bye, Gomer; it’s been nice having you around and thank you. – The Hollywood Reporter
In a LEGAL NOTICE in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster, Columbia will consider three ordinances at the next borough council meeting on Monday, December 11. It’s just so hard to grasp: WHY DO THESE LEGAL NOTICES NOT APPEAR AT THE BOROUGH WEBSITE?
“Realtor speak” | for the morphing of Lancaster County into the sameness and ugliness of a metropolitan conglomerate | “transform a commercial-zoned tract of land into a dynamic community featuring retail and residential housing. Smart lifestyle features such as bike and walking trails will connect the community to downtown Lancaster. In addition, many of the historic attributes of the property will be preserved and utilized to enhance the heritage and style of the development.” – The Shoppes at Belmont Website