• Ominous clouds hover above Wilbur Chocolate the morning it was announced that the North Broad Street factory will close.
    Partial demolition approved at former Wilbur factory

    Borough council also OKs downtown rezoning By Laura Knowles Some compared it to a domino effect that would change the character of Lititz, while others heralded the forward-thinking plan to rejuvenate the now-vacated Wilbur Chocolate factory. At...

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  • Warwick, MC students return next week

    The week entering Labor Day weekend marks the return of school for all but two public school districts in Lancaster County: Warwick and Manheim Central. As usual, Warwick students will go back the latest in the county,...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Enlightening: Don Kirsch can make a lamp out of anything

    The Antiques and Collectibles Show at Lititz Springs Park proved to be quite enlightening on Saturday. Not only was the park lit up with a menagerie of makeshift lamps, but there were lessons to be learned on...

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    Webber Electric, Inc. Serves Your Electrical Needs

    Are you renovating your kitchen or bath? Are you interested in adding landscape lighting to accent your home? Do you live in an older home with outdated wiring? When it comes to electrical services, the name to...

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    Fresh Flavors for the Fall at the Penguin Hotel Restaurant

    There is no better way to savor the last days of summer than at the Penguin Hotel in Stevens. You’re off in the country in a historic inn that has lots of charm and a warm, friendly...

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  • Historical timeline of the Rothsville Volunteer Fire Company

    It all started with a local business owner who wanted to make a difference in his community. In 1888, Jefferson Usner of Rothsville purchased two hand-drawn, two-wheeled chemical carts with a tank and attached cylinder. Later, the...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Help for Hurricane Harvey victim

    The heartbreaking media images of thousands of flooded residents in Texas continued to multiply since Harvey hit late Friday as a Category 4 hurricane. Glenn Grove, a former Lititz resident who lives in Humble, Texas, near Lake...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Charlie Fisher, a former Manheim Central boys basketball assistant for six years, has been hired as the Barons’ new head coach, replacing Chris Sherwood, who stepped down in late July. Ephrata Review file photo
    Fisher takes over as Barons’ new coach

    When the Manheim Central head boys basketball coaching position opened at the end of July, Charlie Fisher immediately knew he had interest. Even though he had a successful two-year stint as the Ephrata boys’ skipper, leading the...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Will Mobley, who scored 96 points in two seasons as Warwick’s kicker, has joined the Temple University football team as a walk-on.
    Mobley joins Temple Owls as a walk-on kicker

    Will Mobley was hoping for good news by the end of the week. Turns out, the 2017 Warwick High School grad didn’t have to wait nearly that long. Only hours after trying out for the Division-One Temple...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Warrior junior Kyle Gibble, who carded a 97 on Monday at Meadia Heights, follows through on a long putt. Photo by Bruce Morgan
    Warriors take four of six, Wills is low medalist

    Warwick senior Mason Wills fired a 3-over par 74 at Meadia Heights on Monday afternoon to grab the top spot in the fourth Section One match of the fall season. Wills and his teammates won four of...

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