• Demolition underway in Kissel Hill to make way for new bank

    Demolition is underway at the first of three structures located at the intersection of West Woods Drive and Lititz Pike in Lititz. The changes are making way for the upcoming Orrstown Bank. Warwick Township supervisors approved the...

    • Posted July 19, 2018
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    Let May’s Service Center Keep Your Vehicle in Top Condition This Summer

    It’s no secret that keeping your car properly maintained is the best way to avoid problems before they become major repairs. That’s especially important for your upcoming summer road trips. When your car is well maintained, it runs better,...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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    Sunrise to Sunset at Miner’s Pub at Iron Valley

    Could anything be more beautiful than the sun shining at Iron Valley with the lush green golf course and towering trees dappled by sunlight? Well, maybe sunset at Iron Valley, when the brilliantly hued sky turns the...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • Woodridge places runner-up at Fast & Furious Meet

    Manheim places 4th, Lititz Springs takes 8th Woodridge collected eight gold medals and finished second in the overall team standings with 289 points at Manheim’s Fast & Furious Meet last Saturday. Adamstown claimed the title with 406...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • Lititz starting pitcher Reed Martin delivers against Ephrata in the District 10 American Legion championship game last Sunday. Photos by Travis Boyd
    Lititz’s comeback falls just short in District 10 finals

    When Lititz suffered a 5-4 walk-off loss to Columbia in the opening round of the District 10 American Legion playoffs last Thursday, the players’ message to one another was to stay positive. “Never stop fighting,” second baseman...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • Tyler Marley connects on a base hit for the Warwick Phillies during last week’s LNP Midget-Midget Tournament. Lititz Record file photo
    Phillies ousted from LNP with loss to the Streaks

    As Warwick Phillies skipper Matt Burr can vouch, Manheim Township’s Trey Eckman is one of the top pitchers in the league when he’s on his game. Last Wednesday night was a case in point. The Streaks’ starter...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • Comcast is negotiating franchise fees with five municipalities, including Lititz and Warwick Township, which have retained the Cohen Law Group of Pittsburgh to negotiate with Comcast to allow it to provide cable TV service in those areas. LNP file photo
    Is Comcast coming here?

    Comcast will extend operations south of Akron into Lititz where it will initially provide telephone and Internet services only to businesses with access to the new lines Comcast is coming to a business near you. And maybe,...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • More than two dozen residents of nearby Moravian Manor attended a recent Lititz Borough Council meeting to voice their complaints about the detour that has been in place since shortly after a sinkhole opened on the 500 block of West Second Avenue in March. Photo by Laura Knowles
    Lititz to repair, reopen W. Second Ave.

    Three-phase sinkhole repair will take six to eight days; work could begin next week The damaged 500 block of West Second Avenue may soon be repaired and reopened to traffic. Lititz Borough Council has hammered out an...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • The Warwick School Board welcomed two new educators to the district, with the appointment of Amanda Cash (pictured) as district-wide behavioral specialist and Mallory Carcia as school psychologist at John R. Bonfield Elementary School.
    Sahd resigns from school board

    Warwick board seeks potential candidates for the remainder of Benedict Sahd’s term, which runs through Dec. 2019. The Warwick School Board accepted the resignation of five-year board veteran Benedict Sahd on July 17. “It is with deepest...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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  • Harold M. Hartenstine, 85, owned Hartenstine’s Fabricating and the Trudi K. Shop, active at his church

    Harold M. Hartenstine, 85, of Lititz, passed away on July 10, 2018 at Lancaster General Hospital. Born in Lititz, he was the son of the late Charles “Chas” and Emma (Landis) Hartenstine. Harold was the loving husband...

    • Posted July 18, 2018
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