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Protected: Healthcare Changes in Lancaster Over the Past 125 Years

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Bennett Toyota Brings Family Legacy of Trust to Central PA

“It was my father who had the foresight all those years ago to bring foreign vehicles to the valley,” says Rob Bennett, president of the Bennett Automotive Group. “He paved the way for me. The greatest gift in life is to be of service to another.” Rob Bennett was raised in the auto business. His

Bennett Toyota of Lebanon Brings Honor, Trust, and Exceptional Service

Each day, we place our trust in our automobiles. We expect them to carry our families and friends safely on errands, to soccer practice and school, and across the country on our annual vacations. That’s why few consumer relationships matter as much as the one we have with our car dealership. If you can’t trust

Which Toyota is right for you?

Buying a car can be a stressful process. We’ve all dealt with dishonest dealers, overpriced vehicles, and less than reliable performance. But all those not-so-pleasant memories become a thing of the past the moment you step into Bennett Toyota of Central Pennsylvania. With an unmatched knowledge of cars, and Toyotas in particular, owner Rob Bennett

Red Cross – UGI Team Up to “Sound the Alarm” about Fire Safety

Every year brings stories of tragic home fires that destroy property and, more importantly, lives—often in homes that are not properly equipped with smoke alarms. And yet, many homeowners who would never own a home without a door lock, for example, continue to live without smoke detectors. To address this situation, the Red Cross has

Migraines: Separating Fact from Fiction

Migraine is largely an inherited brain disorder affecting 30 million people in the United States alone. The World Health Organization ranked severe migraine as more disabling than angina, rheumatoid arthritis, and depression. Learn about migraine triggers and what you can do if you suffer from these disabling headaches.     What causes a migraine? Changes in

PA Horse Racing is Ensuring the Safety and Integrity of Racing Every Day

Pennsylvania’s horse racing and breeding industries provide tens of thousands of jobs in Pennsylvania, plus billions in annual statewide economic impact. At Grantville’s Penn National Race Course, as is the case at all six of Pennsylvania’s race tracks, there are no bigger priorities than the integrity of racing, and the safety of the athletes, both

Take steps to prevent heat exhaustion and other heat-related illnesses

While summer means a return to your favorite outdoor activities, prolonged exposure to the season’s heat and humidity also increases the likelihood of experiencing a variety of heat-related illnesses. However, equipped with some basic knowledge of risk factors, symptoms and precautionary tactics, you can safely enjoy the best summer has to offer. What is heat-related

Bike it safely this summer

There’s no doubt about it. Bicycling is great exercise.  It’s good for the environment, too.  And thanks to communities like Lancaster, PA, which are implementing bike share programs, repair stations, and dedicated bicycle lanes on city streets, it is safer than in the past. Unfortunately, reports about bicycling accidents still frequent local and national headlines,

FAST thinking and dialing 911 can reduce stroke damage

“Think FAST.” These are two of the most important words to remember during Stroke Awareness Month — and all year long. Keeping this phrase top of mind can help reduce the risk of speech problems, permanent weakness, brain damage, or even death as a result of stroke. What is a stroke? A stroke, also called a cerebrovascular