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County residents will soon be informed more quickly when certain emergencies happen.
On Friday, Feb. 22, Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office announced that it has received a $23,500 grant from the state’s Office of Homeland Security.
The money will pay for a new emergency notification system that allows local emergency officials to send reverse 911 calls to residents, according to a sheriff’s office media release.
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