Friday, January 31, 2020
Police: Columbia man had bottles of Fireball in his pockets when he was pulled over for suspected DUI
Diego Gonzalez-Colon, 34, was arrested at about 2:15 a.m. after Manor Township Police pulled him over in the area of Whitechapel Road and Sutherland Road, according to police. Because it is his third DUI offense in 10 years, police say, the DUI charge from Sunday's incident is a felony offense.
Scam Alert: Caller Claiming to be a Deputy Sheriff, Demanding Payment of Fine | Lancaster County District Attorney's Office
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Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
A nonprofit is working to purchase a building in Columbia as part of efforts to bring art to underserved communities and rejuvenate the area.
Columbia Creative Factory, an offshoot of the successful Lancaster Creative Factory, has been operating in the old Heineman's Department store building since 2016, with volunteers leading free and low-cost classes for children, veterans and others.
Monday, January 27, 2020
13.3% bachelor's degree or higher
3.7% graduate or professional degree
Paul Morgan, professor of education and demography at Penn State, says it’s all about location.
“The towns where the education level is higher tend to be closer to major, urban areas,” Morgan said.
People with higher levels of education sort into communities with those of similar educational backgrounds because of the access to services, networking opportunities and jobs that require their degrees.
On the flip side, the least educated communities tend to be isolated and rural where the educational opportunities are not as abundant.