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Los electores latinos de Pensilvania ven la educación como un problema importante en las elecciones de medio término.

Los votantes dicen que ven disparidades en la educación cuando se trata de recursos y modelos a seguir.

By Anthony Orozco

Los electores latinos desean que la equidad se expanda por todas sus ciudades

Dado que la economía es el foco de atención de las elecciones de medio término, algunos latinos desean que la prosperidad abarque más que las propuestas de los desarrolladores urbanos.

By Anthony Orozco

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Pennsylvania Latinos welcome economic development, weary of gentrification

Latino voters want prosperity where they live and they want to be included.

By Anthony Orozco

One Lancaster County trans student finds space to be himself, despite backlash against LGBTQ issues in schools

Ollie said he came out as transgender before schools closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Gabriela Martínez

Bead Fest comes to Lancaster for the first time

August 17th through the 20th , Bead Fest will celebrate 20 years of existence at the Lancaster Marriot in Penn Square, 25 South Queen St., and plans to bring shopping, educational workshops, vendors, and more.

By Aniya Faulcon

African refugee and Millersville University graduate overcomes hardships

Upon resettling in Philadelphia and later in Lancaster, Kazadi overcame past struggles, adjusted to American society, and graduated high school and college on time with honors.

By Aniya Faulcon

Lancaster men make new product out of recycled leather

What Fox and Tymon set out to do was come up with a process that could recycle 25% to 60% of the leather that us typically discarded as scrap

By Scott LaMar