Jay Smith's legal battle with Department of Environmental Protection over alleged alterations to a stream on his farmland has led to thousands spent in legal fees with no end in sight.
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The Pennsylvania Milk Marketing Board attempts to clear up any confusion about its 90-day termination notice regulation that became effective in the fall of 2021.
As part of a federal effort to prop up a live-event industry battered by the pandemic, entertainment venues, movie theaters and promoters across Lancaster County were the beneficiaries last year of grants totaling $44.5 million.
Representatives from Chick-fil-A revealed some more details about a plan to build its largest facility in Pennsylvania on West Airport Road in Manheim Township, including the capacity for three drive-thru lanes. But it suffered a setback in those plans.
All staff and visitors to the courthouse, district courts and other court-related facilities on court business must continue to wear masks, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status, at least until Jan. 15.
Most Lancaster County schools appear to be requiring masks for the foreseeable future now that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear arguments on the state Department of Health’s school mask order.
Under Pennsylvania's Agritourism Activity Protection Act, agritourism operations must meet four essential elements to receive liability protections.
A federal judge appears to be running out of patience with Upper Leacock farmer Amos Miller, who’s been embroiled in a fight with the federal government over his failure to follow food safety laws and court orders.