• Local haunts

    The haunting season is upon us. Ghouls, goblins, and ghosts walk the streets of small towns, trick-or-treaters go out to collect goodies. But, what about the real ghosts who walk the ethereal plane between this world and...

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  • Hopin Around: With a quack, quack here…

    …and a quack, quack there, Mike and Kristen Brubaker will be celebrating an anniversary. Throw in a “moo,” too, because I’m talking about Moo-Duck Brewery in Elizabethtown. The environmentally-friendly brewery is marking its fourth anniversary in November...

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  • This week at the movies…

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  • Learn about the Ice Age in Pennsylvania

      Visit the Eicher Arts Center in Ephrata on Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. for a special program about what life was like some 10,000 years ago in what is now Pennsylvania. Author and storyteller Robin Moore’s...

    • Posted October 31, 2018
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  • Manheim Central’s Lily Sipel celebrates a goal against Red Land last Wednesday, Oct. 24. Sipel also scored the game’s only goal in the Lady Barons’ 1-0 win over East Pennsboro last Saturday in the District Three Double-A quarterfinals. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Lady Barons advance to District semi-finals

    When Manheim Central’s field hockey team boarded the team bus for Saturday’s game, Lily Sipel’s status was a question mark. The junior forward had sprained her MCL in the Lady Barons’ 3-0 win over Red Land last...

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  • Warwick senior Connor Shields gives a strong kick to the finish line last Saturday at Districts, placing fifth in 16:46.5. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Warwick boys team qualifies for States

    Shields places 5th to lead the way Warwick’s boys cross country team had extra motivation to win the District Three Triple-A team championship last Saturday. Less than 24 hours before the race, friends and school-mates were involved...

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  • Manheim Central junior captain Tori Fahnestock kicks the ball into the Lady Barons’ offensive end of the field in their 2-1 win over Northern York in the District quarterfinals. Photo by Alan Johnson
    On to Hershey: Lady Barons advance to District finals

    Manheim Central has put a nice streak together in soccer. In 2016, the Lady Barons advanced to the District Three Triple-A finals, beating Northern York 3-1 for the gold, and then the MC boys advanced to the...

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  • Warrior senior outside linebacker Josh Swift (19) zeroes in on Penn Manor running back Isaiah Stoltzfus while making a first-half tackle last Friday night. Photo by Cathy Chapis
    Warriors’ Section One title muted by tragedy

      What would typically be a joyous occasion became very secondary. With a 53-20 win over Penn Manor last Friday night in its regular-season finale in Millersville, Warwick clinched a share of the Section One title —...

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  • A time to heal

    The outpouring of love, unity and support among Lancaster County school students wearing red to honor the victims of Friday’s tragic scene at Warwick High School, underscored an emotional week for the Warwick community. The heartbreaking, still...

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  • Meghan E. Keeney, 17, WHS field hockey player, Moravian Manor worker, brought sunshine wherever she went

    Meghan Elizabeth Keeney, 17, beloved daughter of Robert C. Jr. and Wendi Nester Keeney of Lititz, died Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018 at Lancaster General Hospital with her family by her side. Meghan was a junior at Warwick...

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