On this Day in History: George Washington Visits Lancaster

It was on this day—July 3, 1791—that George Washington made his most triumphant visit to Lancaster.…

On this Day in History: Union forces burn Wrightsville Bridge to prevent invasion of Lancaster County

On this Day in History June 28, 1863: Union forces burned the Wrightsville Bridge to stop…

On this Day in History: 1906 Shenks Ferry TNT factory explosion obliterates 11 men

It was on this day that the worst accident in Lancaster County history occurred. On June…

On this Day in History: President John Adams visits Lancaster

On This Day in History. On May 28, 1800, President John Adams visited Lancaster while on…

Why does George Washington have two birthdays!?!

Today, we celebrate George Washington's birthday. However, it hasn't always been February 22. Examining the historical…

On this Day in History: Columbia’s first bridge across the Susquehanna destroyed

On this day in 1832, the first bridge to span the Susquehanna River between Columbia and…

On this Day in History: Enola Low Grade officially opened in a section called the “Deep Cut”

At noon on July 27, 1906, the Atglen & Susquehanna Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad officially…