• Manheim Central coaches Tom McCabe and Chris Sherwood, along with junior Colin Brubaker and others stampede onto the floor after Tanner Brenize nailed a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer to defeat No. 2-seeded West York 5149 in the District quarterfinals last Friday night at the Giant Center. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Baron brilliance

    Manheim Central boys reach first District championship game You almost expected Gene Hackman to show up on the sideline for Bermudian Springs on Monday. Taking a page from the Hoosiers movie script, Hickory – oops, the Eagles...

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  • Morgan Haney
    Great eight

    Warwick is well-represented on Signing Day Student-athletes not only know the meaning of balance, they live it. Grades, practices, homework, games … they walk that line on a daily basis. Perhaps it was fitting then Warwick’s signing...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Bruce Morgan
    Playoff fever

    Like any job, there are things in my position at the Record Express that aren’t a whole lot of fun, such as working late, late hours in the office on deadline Tuesday nights. It’s just part of...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Warwick sophomore Devin Schnupp (right) goes for a takedown against Exeter Township’s Brett Kulp in the 106-pound quarterfinals at the District Three Triple-A championships last Friday in the Hersheypark Arena. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Warriors’ valiant effort falls a little short of States

    One move. That’s all Brett Kulp of Exeter Township managed against Warwick’s Devin Schnupp in the 106-pound quarterfinals at the District Three Triple-A Championships last Friday. Unfortunately for the Warriors, it was enough. Enough for Kulp to...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Manheim Central’s Jared Siegrist puts a crossface move on Reading’s Anthony Rivera on his way to a 10-0 major decision in an opening-round  160-pound match at the District Championships last Friday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Lone survivor

    Siegrist advances to States Shortly after the brackets were released for last week’s District Three Triple-A Wrestling Championships, Manheim Central’s Tyler Rhoads made a quick trip to his computer. “One of the funnier moments this week,” Barons’...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Laura Bradford
    Amish mystery author returns to Lititz

    Laura Bradford, best-selling author of the Amish Mystery series, returns to Lititz on Second Friday, March 14 at 6 p.m. Her new novel “Shunned and Dangerous,” is the third in the cozy mystery series based in Lancaster...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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    Slideshow – Athletes in Action

    Barons’ senior point guard Tony Staffieri (second from left) pushes the ball up the floor beyond the reach of Bermudian Springs defender Austin Hartzell as Central senior Steve Young follows the play during Monday night’s action. Photo...

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  • If plans progress as expected, this barn will host banquets, baked goods and deli delectibles. Photo by Stephen Seeber
    Banquet barn

    Traffic addressed for 300-seat facility; neighbor concerns unresolved Warwick Township Supervisors held a second public hearing on development plans for the historical barn at Newport Square on East Newport Road. Country Home Catering, which is associated with...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Cheap date

    New bridge planned in 2016; Lititz only pays five percent of costs For those who use the bridge on North Locust Street, there is good news – a new bridge is on the way. For borough taxpayers,...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Chef John Moeller (right) served many dignitaries during his career at the White House, including Presidents Bush, Carter, Clinton and Ford. He was in Lititz this past Saturday.
    Presidential pot pie

    Local chef serves up some fun stories from his days at the White House The Kennedys requested quenelles de brochet (creamed fish). The Johnsons wanted barbecue and chili. The Nixon family preferred meatloaf. The Fords ate all-American....

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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