What happened to Lancaster Newspapers?

What happened to Lancaster Newspapers?

What happened to Lancaster Newspapers?

LNP newspapers are now printed at a newer facility owned by Advance Central Services Pennsylvania and the PA Media Group in Hampden Township, Pennsylvania, approximately 50 miles northwest of Lancaster.

How do I contact Lancaster newspaper?

If you are having trouble with your newspaper delivery please call 717-291-8611 or email us at customerservice@lnpnews.com or click here.

What is Lancaster best known for?

Lancaster is known nationally for its Arts scene. There are 600 business and organisations in the region involved directly or indirectly in arts and culture.

How do I cancel my subscription to LNP?

A: You can contact our Customer Service team at 717-291-8611, by email at customerservice@lnpnews.com or use our new chat function on LancasterOnline!

Where is Lancaster printed?

Workers install a new printing press for the LNP newspaper at Greenfield Corporate Center in East Lampeter Twp. Wednesday June 5, 2019. A state-of-the-art press goes online this month in Lancaster County as Steinman Communications bolsters its local printing capabilities.

What is someone from Lancaster called?

Lancastrian. Leeds. Loiner. Liverpool. Liverpudlian, Scouser, Scouse.

What was Lancaster called in Roman times?

Lancastre
The Romans established a garrison on the hill by the river. The city’s first recorded name, Lancastre, meaning ‘Roman fort on the River Lune’ is recorded in the Domesday book in 1086.

Who owns LNP?

About Us. For more than two centuries, the Steinman family of Lancaster, Pennsylvania has owned and operated a wide variety of businesses focused on serving the needs of local communities. Service, on a local level, runs deep in the Steinman family.

Is Morecambe bigger than Lancaster?

It is named after its largest settlement, Lancaster, but covers a far larger area, which includes the towns of Morecambe, Heysham, and Carnforth, as well as outlying villages, farms, rural hinterland and (since 1 August 2016) a section of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Is Lancaster a nice place to live?

The historic City of Lancaster really is a fabulous place to live; a heady mix of culture, countryside, high quality schools, one of the UK’s best universities on the doorstep and with a wide selection of affordable housing, Lancaster and its surrounding towns and villages offer a great lifestyle choice.

Who owns the Lancaster newspaper?

Who owns Lancaster Farming?

LNP Media Group
Lancaster Farming

Type Weekly farm newspaper
Owner(s) Steinman Communications, LNP Media Group
Editor Stephen Seeber
Founded 1955
Language English