• Winter Winds Down at Iron Valley and Miner’s Pub

    The winter season at Iron Valley Golf Club and Miner’s Pub is winding down. That means that snowy tubing will soon be replaced with golf at the expertly designed golf course. It also means that you can...

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    Showcase of Homes, March 1, 2018

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    Thinking of Downsizing? Think of Tom Degler at Keller Williams Elite

    If you are a senior who is thinking about downsizing to a smaller home or maybe moving to a retirement community, there are many things to consider. One of the first things you will want to do...

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  • Linden Hall students, faculty take stance on guns

    The cold and rain couldn’t stop Julianna Mack and about 30 other students and faculty from the Linden Hall School for Girls from rising up against gun violence on Thursday. Mack and company held a march on...

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  • Lititz Bucks Trend & Increases Firefighter Recruits

    Lititz Borough Council got some good news at the Feb. 27 meeting. Duane Ober, administrator for the Warwick Emergency Services Commission, reported that recruitment for the area fire companies has increased significantly in the past year. In...

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  • To demonstrate radar gun use, Trooper James Spencer from the Lancaster barracks, stood in Roland Park on Akron’s Main Street and clocked drivers coming down Zwally’s Hill. Photo by Dick Wanner
    Keeping Up to Speed: Local Cops Want Radar for Speed Enforcement

    In the U.S., only one of the 50 states does not allow local police to use radar to enforce speed limits. You’re living in it. Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State Police do use radar. But by law, municipal police...

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  • A crowd was gathered in front of the Lititz Mutual Insurance building as Jared McCallister carved an eight-foot-high seahorse from a block of ice. Photo by Dick Wanner
    ‘Why Can’t Saturday Match Friday’s Fire & Ice Visuals?’

    Look for more sculptures, improved parking, additional downtown lighting, and shuttle service at 2019 event Many Fire & Ice attendees last month asked why Friday night’s spectacular pyrotechnic brilliance doesn’t extend to Saturday night’s Fire & Ice...

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  • Warwick’s Ryan Stewart (right) locks up with Governor Mifflin’s Jordan Espinosa in the District Three Triple-A 285-pound third-place match last Saturday at the Giant Center. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Stewart captures District bronze

    Advances to PIAA Championship Tournament Tom Devenney has what Warwick senior Ryan Stewart wants. A State wrestling medal. Five years ago, Devenney — a 2013 WHS grad — ended his high school career by placing fifth at...

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  • Manheim Central sophomore Will Betancourt (left) gets his arm raised in victory after beating Northeastern’s Cole Wilson 2-0 for the 113-pound championship at the District Three Championships last Saturday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Betancourt Repeats

    Two-time District Three Champ will join Zack Zeamer at States For six minutes last Saturday, Manheim Central’s Will Betancourt had to put friendship aside. The Baron sophomore and Northeastern’s Cole Wilson both agreed on the matter. “He’s...

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  • Warwick grad Justin Smith, a sophomore at Hofstra University, digs into the batter’s box and waits for the pitch. Photo courtesy of Hofstra Athletic Communications
    Smith Hitting His Stride at Hofstra

    Justin Smith’s season stats won’t reflect it. But that doesn’t mean the 2016 Warwick High School grad’s grand slam Feb. 18 in the Dominican Republic won’t rank among his highlights. A sophomore on the Hofstra University baseball...

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