• Warwick bands finish year with annual concert

    The Warwick High School and Middle School bands are preparing to wrap up the 2013-14 school year’s concert season with their Annual Spring Concert this Sunday, June 1 at 3 p.m. in the Warwick High School Performing...

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  • Students from Warwick Middle School will portray the Von Trapp family in “The Sound of Music, Jr.,” on May 30-31. They are (left to right) Daniel Wentzel, Elise White, Josiah McCracken, Grace Longenderfer, Alaina Fry, Lillian Durbin, Allyson Hayes and Jacob Lingenfelter.
    WMS is alive with ‘The Sound of Music’

    The Warwick Middle School Drama Club presents “The Sound of Music, Jr.,” Friday, May 30 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 31 at 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance this Thursday from 6 to 9...

    • Posted May 28, 2014
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  • Deimler suffers first-round loss in States

    Warwick senior Tony Deimler walked onto the court at the Hershey Racquet Club last Friday with one thought in mind. Don’t have any regrets. He accomplished his goal. Despite suffering a 6-4, 6-1 loss to District Seven...

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  • Adam Zipko
    Zipko named semi-finalist for MVP in Division-Two

    Millersville University reliever Adam Zipko, a Warwick grad, was named as a semifinalist for the 2014 Josh Willingham Award, which is presented annually to the Most Valuable Player in Division II. Zipko was one of 41 players...

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  • Penn State football coach James Franklin meets the media during a press conference at the Manheim Touchdown Club's banquet last Friday.
    Lion king

      James Franklin has been on the job as the Penn State University football coach for less than six months, but that’s been plenty of time for him to form an opinion on Nittany Lion players Deron...

    • Posted May 28, 2014
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  • Manheim Central senior Sophia Iosue prepares to release her personal-best throw of 117 feet, 10 inches in the State Triple-A girls discus competition last Saturday at Shippensburg University.
    Baron athletes end season at States

    Iosue takes 11th in discus It remains to be seen if Manheim Central senior Sophia Iosue throws the discus after high school. If so, it will be at Harvard University, where she plans to attend starting this...

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  • (Left to right) Kelly Morris, Kenny McFadden, Carolyn Eisenbach and Nicole Eisenbach are happy about asparagus season! (photos by Michele Walter Fry)
    Farmers Market is in season

    I liked going to our West Shore Farmers Market near Camp Hill (go CV!) when I was a kid. Of course, at that time penny candy was the big draw and I didn’t think about vegetables. Even...

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  • Angie Piazza and Charlie
    Fundraiser will benefit beloved service dog

    A fundraiser has been planned to benefit the medical needs of Charlie, a beloved service dog. Charlie is a very popular pet in Lititz and can be seen all over, especially at the Bulls Head Pub and...

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  • After twice breaking Warwick's school record in the discus, junior David Lucas (far left), with the silver medal around his neck, takes his place on the podium alongside gold medalist Max Adams (center), of Hempfield Area, and bronze medalist Alec Rideout, of Canon McMillan.
    Lucas wins PIAA silver medal

    The smile that David Lucas wore as he stepped into the discus circle last Saturday for his third and final Flight throw at States hid his true feelings. “I was so scared,” the Warwick junior said. Following...

    • Posted May 28, 2014
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  • Rob Grote
    Back from the U.K., The Districts aren’t slowing down

    “These great fields are stretching, taking me oh so far…” is the line that flows into a guitar rift and harmonic melody. It is the beginning line of the song “Funeral Beds,” and the four-piece band that...

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