Elizabethtown College’s investment in in-demand careers appears to be paying off.
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When: Elizabethtown Borough Council meeting, July 15.
Elizabethtown College has rebranded its School of Graduate and Professional Studies, formerly known as the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, as more students seek degrees, certificates and microcredentials in high-demand careers.
A Republican candidate for the Elizabethtown school board recently questioned how the Elizabethtown Area School District teaches students about human sexuality.
U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker will attend a “town hall-style” meeting tonight in Elizabethtown hosted by a local conservative group, an event that’s billed as being open to “all patriots” and “anyone that loves freedom.”
Here’s more about Lancaster County's seven fairs in 2021 after a year of cancellations.
For generations the Lancaster Stockyards channeled livestock from the Midwest to East Coast cities. It was the largest stockyard east of Chicago and operated from 1895 to the end of the 20th century.
When: Council meeting, July 1.
When: Elizabethtown Area school board forum, June 29, held virtually with no public comment.
One year after the Elizabethtown Borough Council passed a resolution promising to take greater strides toward fostering equality, one resident is asking why nothing has happened.
Nick Sieber may be young, but he is an old soul.
When: Supervisors meeting, June 14.