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All-accessible playground set to open around month's end at Hunter Park and will be for both children and adults of all abilities... [Read More]
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A collection of articles, ads and a political cartoon from a 1960 edition of the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette. [Read More]
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Fairfield Union boys also qualified for the regional meet with a fifth-place district finish. [Read More]
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Area teams, individuals qualify for regional cross country meet after solid showings in Central District... [Read More]
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H.S. Football Roundup: Lucas overwhelms Fisher Catholic, 55-21, in battle of state-ranked teams... [Read More]
M. Kinsler and Natalie are off to a wedding, which means suit shopping. [Read More]
Marriage, Divorce and Dissolution for Oct. 20... [Read More]
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Lancaster native Steve McMillen pens fourth in series of crime novels that features several city locales... [Read More]
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The new Thomas Ewing Junior High School is set to open at the beginning of next year, after staff and students return from winter break. [Read More]
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On Sunday, Oct. 20, the Lancaster Public Education Foundation will host its 10th annual Dirty 30 Race Day on the Fairfield County Fairgrounds half-mile race... [Read More]
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Upgrades to newly purchased Ohio Glass Museum building to include Gen. Sherman mural removal due to needed repairs. [Read More]
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See a live look at tweets from people covering Friday Night Football for the Eagle-Gazette. [Read More]
Randy E. Cook Jr., 25, pleaded guilty to attempted murder, felonious assault, and improperly discharging a firearm at or into a habitation. [Read More]
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State investigators issue search warrant for property in connection to wild cat attack on Sunday... [Read More]
Tags: State - Serval - Sunday
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Craft starting to forge her own path to success. Lancaster junior won OCC-Ohio Division individual cross country championship. [Read More]
Lancaster Community Chorus presents, "Appalachian Celebration," as the opening concert of its 2019-2020 season at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at Crossroads Ministry Center. [Read More]
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