An accidental fire caused an estimated $60,000 damage to a house in the 200 block of S. Summit Ave., Quarryville, on Monday evening, August 28.
The home's two occupants escaped uninjured. They were unable to stay in the house Monday night and were being helped by relatives.
Matthew Martin had used Cubelets before he came to Quarryville Library's Tinker with Tech program last Wednesday afternoon.
"I went to the science museum and played with them and I really liked them," the seven-year-old said.
Two girls from New Providence are building their own bicycles.
Both Rachel Armstrong, 11, and Kayla Brown, 12, are rebuilding bikes through a program run by The Common Wheel, a community bike center in Lancaster.
Solanco High School's marching band is working on a program that will entertain spectators at football games while challenging the musicians, said director Scott Weyman.
Solanco School District's four elementary schools will hold open house sessions from 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 24.
The sessions are for all elementary students and their parents. Incoming kindergarten students have been scheduled for specific sessions.
The Solanco School District is trying a new way to get rid of surplus equipment - a yard sale.
Among the items will be an assortment of construction paper, computer desks, overhead projectors, chairs, tables, and a large assortment of food serving dishes.
Vandals overturned the monument at the entrance to Quarryville's Huffnagle Park last week.
The stone pillar shattered when it hit the ground.
"They toppled it and the mortar [holding the stones] just fell apart," said Ken Work, Quarryville's borough manager and police chief.
Teams from the Next Gen Senior Center won two of six first place prizes in a national Wii bowling tournament earlier this year.
Local teams placed first in the Super Master Division, a category for teams who average 160 to 180 points a game, and first in the Master 1 Division for teams who average 140 to 160 points a game.
The special offering at this year's Gap Relief sale will help an ongoing emergency food service of the Mennonite Central Committee.
Money raised through the offering will help maintain a mobile canning unit that travels across the United States and into Canada.
In the past two months, Beth Tyson has learned a lot about the thrift store business.
One challenge is improving the flow of items from bags of donations to the sales floor.
"I've gotten the flow to work a little bit easier for everyone who deals with the donations," she said last week.