I was always among the many who loved Lancaster's Aerospace Walk of Honor but believed it should also have included... Full Story
William P. Warford has the day off, so we're repeating one of his favorite columns. This one appeared Aug. 5,... Full Story
Reading in Monday's paper about the 75th anniversary of the Japanese internment, I had to wonder: Why is Franklin Roosevelt... Full Story
In the first Presidents Day quiz since the new administration, we test your knowledge of the men ... Full Story
Oh great, now even the phony quotes get phony attributions in The New York Times.
"Saints preserve us," as my late... Full Story
In my peak running days, way back in the mid-1970s, I read in Runner's World that British Olympic marathoner Ron... Full Story
A good way to mark Abraham Lincoln's 208th birthday today is to treat yourself to a viewing of Stephen Spielberg's... Full Story
I love "This Day in History."
A regular feature in the Great Suburban Newspaper for decades, the Associated Press column gives... Full Story
It occurs to me that:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might disagree with this president more than he did with the... Full Story
Handing out the weekly vocabulary quizzes to my 11th-grade American Literature class the other day - it's maddening how the... Full Story
An open letter to Dr. Frankenstein, er, Mark Zuckerberg:
Dear Mr. Zuckerberg:
Your idea of a social media site on which people... Full Story
Hmm so hard to come up with anything outrageous this month, isn't it? No one seems outraged about... Full Story
Many readers will remember the Cifarelli family's Casa Roma Italian restaurant, the place to go in Lancaster for judges, cops,... Full Story
Well, we can't say there have been any "slow news" days of late, can we?
A few observations on the goings-on:
The... Full Story
Let's talk music, shall we?
I'm thinking of songs about loss. Not the loss of a loved one, through a breakup... Full Story