On Tuesday night, June 9, 2015, approximately 130 people were evacuated from their homes following what has been downplayed to a 24” natural gas pipeline rupture. 455 more words
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In Conestoga Township, Lancaster County, activist Leslie Bunting says much of the community opposes the Williams Partners pipeline that’s planned for the area. Part of it is set to run across Indian burial grounds in nearby Manor Township. 350 more words
In Lancaster County, a native American Tribe is trying to put an end to the pipeline project. The tribe wants an explanation from the drilling company, but the company says their tribe isn’t required one. 372 more words
A big race in our area this election day is for the 16th Congressional District, which covers parts of Lancaster and Chester Counties.
Republican incumbent Joe Pitts has held the seat since 1997. 282 more words
The proposed Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline Project is the center of debate once again in Lancaster County.
Tom Houghton — who is running for a seat in the 16th Legislative District — met with residents voicing their concerns in a town hall meeting Saturday afternoon. 148 more words
“We don’t want the money. We don’t want the pipeline,” said Ed Saxton.
He’s one of five landowners protesting Williams Partners’ plan to build a natural gas pipeline on their property. 334 more words