Today brings to an end the recovery of Andrew Jackson Middle School. On March 1, 2018, a fire broke out in a storage closet in the back of the cafeteria area. The resulting damage cost 3 million dollars and almost… Read More ›
Month: April 2018
The first USA Gymnastics certified gym in Lancaster hosted The Red Rose Classic Gymnastic Meet on Saturday the 21st. 14 Gymnasts competed for two Overall titles. Kaylee Gaddis won the Overall high scores for the HotShots division. Aubrey Bledsoe in… Read More ›
Lancaster County held its’ first Special Olympics at Springdale Recreation Center on Friday the 20th. Students from the county schools joined together to compete in events geared for all ages and abilities.
Huffington Post: New York City workers removed a Central Park statue on Tuesday commemorating Dr. J. Marion Sims, a 19th-century surgeon who made significant advances in gynecology at the expense of enslaved black women. Sims, widely regarded as the “father… Read More ›
Protecting Children 365 Days of the Year: A Call to Action to Support National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Around the country, the month of April is observed as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Since the first presidential proclamation declaring April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month in 1983, individuals and organizations around the country dedicated to child abuse… Read More ›
All prison staff and law enforcement officers were safe and accounted for, officials said on Twitter. April 16 (Reuters) – Seven prison inmates were killed and 17 others were injured in an hours-long series of fights between inmates armed with… Read More ›