• It’s in the bag (trash, that is)! Volunteers tidy up Millport Conservancy during Saturday’s stream clean.
    Good clean fun: One hundred volunteers help pull about two tons of garbage from local streams

    About 100 volunteers showed up for what Myers called a “nice turnout” to clear debris from the banks and bed of Lititz Run, starting at Lititz Springs Park and heading east all the way to the Conestoga...

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    November groundbreaking targeted for Veterans Honor Park

    When organizers planned for the Veterans Honor Park of Lancaster County several years ago, they decided they needed to raise at least $300,000 to get started. With a generous donation from the Lititz American Legion Post 56...

    • Posted March 31, 2017
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    Just What You Have Been Waiting For: The Log Cabin Reopens

    Few places could have such a storied tradition as The Log Cabin restaurant. Tucked away in the Lehoy Forest, it even has a covered bridge. For generations, this wonderful spot has been the setting for romantic dinners,...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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    Centerville Lawn & Landscape: “We Listen, We Care”

    At Centerville Lawn & Landscape, they do something you have always wanted from a lawn and landscape professional. “We listen, and we care,” says David Deckard, who has owned Centerville Lawn & Landscape for 30 years. That...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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    Eckert Signs Marks 40th Anniversary

    For 40 years, Eckert Signs has been the expert at making businesses stand out from the crowd with eye-catching signs. Nothing gives your business better visibility than signs from Eckert Signs, whether they are signs outside your...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • Lititz Farmers Market is switching to a new day and location this season. The market will be open Thursday evenings, from 4 p.m. to dusk, in the parking area next to the Parkview Hotel on North Broad St. Vendors of locally-grown produce are encouraged to sign up. Visit lititzfarmersmarket to find out more.
    Farm Fresh Idea: Market moving to Thursday nights, new location

    Who doesn’t love a stroll around town just before sundown? The new co-managers of the Lititz Farmers Market are counting on locals’ love of the gloaming to bolster attendance at market. This year, the Lititz Farmers Market...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • Warwick goalie Josiah Jewell reacts to a quick shot off the stick of Carlisle’s George Faller(25). Warrior defender Mitchell Weaver and his teammates limited the Thundering Herd to five goals in a 7-5 win. Photo by Mike Shull
    Crawford, Snyder score two each in Warriors’ win over the Herd

    Nothing came easy for either Warwick or Carlisle last Friday. In a back-and-forth boys lacrosse battle in Lititz, the Warriors and Thundering Herd never managed to lead by more than one goal. Until the fourth quarter, that...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • Manheim Central’s Jake Novak gets pumped up while scoring the go-ahead run on Tyler Simon’s RBI base hit in the seventh inning against Conestoga Valley on Monday. The Barons went on to win 9-3. Photo by Alan Johnson
    Seventh-inning rally boosts the Barons

    Tyler Simon caught the pitch from Conestoga Valley’s Dominic Schlager slightly off the end of his bat on Monday afternoon. No matter, though. Manheim Central’s two-hole hitter still got plenty of Schlager’s heater to drive a single...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • Former Baltimore Orioles great and Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer signs a jersey for a fan Saturday at the Ephrata Lions Club Card Show and Auction held at the Rec Center. Lions Club member Jack Forney is at left assisting Palmer. Photo by Preston WhitcraftFormer Baltimore Orioles great and Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer signs a jersey for a fan Saturday at the Ephrata Lions Club Card Show and Auction held at the Rec Center. Lions Club member Jack Forney is at left assisting Palmer. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Palmer pitches a gem at Lions Card Show

    Jim Palmer doesn’t look much different than he did more than three decades ago. Slim and fit, the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame right-hander seems like he could still blow 90-plus mph fastballs past big-league hitters. His...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • Paul Pendyck purchased the General Sutter Inn in 2006. Four years later, he modeled the Bulls Head Public House after the British pubs near his hometown of Liverpool.
    Pendyck sells stake in Bulls Head

    David Stoudt purchases iconic 253-year-old General Sutter Inn and Bulls Head Public House Paul Pendyck and David Stoudt met before noon in downtown Lititz Monday to complete a business transaction that might surprise more than a few...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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