- Downtown diversity
- MC Middle School principal resigns
- How sweet it is!
- Cool lineup!
- Free PA campground directory offered
- Reality TV celebrity Jon Gosselin to judge Lititz chili
- Locals earn blue ribbons at PA Farm Show
- No Trump at this presidential debate!
- Happy Holidays from Miner’s Club and Iron Valley Tubing
- Santa Run, Folk Art Show continue Manheim’s holiday events
Speedwell’s rebirth is a media darling, and a case study in legislative deal-making
It wasn’t exactly a media circus, but it was definitely a bit of a party Tuesday morning when the slow rebirth of Speedwell Forge Lake began. At about 11 a.m., a work crew from the Pennsylvania Fish...
- Posted February 3, 2016
Lititz auctioneer first runner-up in bid calling contest
Lititz native John Stauffer was born to be in the auction business. He grew up in it, and is now a key component of Stauffer Auctioneers, LLC. Is he any good at what he does? His fellow...
- Posted January 20, 2016
Versatek succeeds by treating everybody right
Every Thursday morning, Earl Furman walks through the many workshops at Versatek Enterprises, says “Hello” and “Thank you” as he hands each employee his or her paycheck, and schedules a time to meet with anyone who wants...
- Posted October 29, 2015
Flying high for fun — for now
Laws may curtail farm’s use of drone technology Kevin Rohrer is about as law-abiding a citizen as you’re ever likely to meet. He owns 140 acres of farmland between Manheim and Mount Joy and rents 200 more...
- Posted September 9, 2015
Meet Joe Jefferson
The charismatic announcer who calls the Rock Lititz races Joe Jefferson was THE standout performer at the 2015 Rock Lititz Bike Race and Block Party Sunday, and he didn’t have to pedal even once around the 0.8-mile,...
- Posted April 29, 2015
Eagle eyes keeping watch on Speedwell Forge dam work
A bald eagle was keeping an eye on a five-man crew working the ground at the Speedwell Forge dam site Tuesday. The crew had canceled work the day before because slush fell from the sky. The project’s...
- Posted February 4, 2015
2014 Lititz CROP Walk is 44th for retired pastor
A group of 10 people left the parking lot of the Lititz Church of the Brethren early Sunday afternoon, took a three-mile trek and returned to the church having raised $3,205 for the 2014 CROP Hunger Walk....
- Posted October 22, 2014
Not-so-happy trails in Akron
Citizens turn out as council revisits issue The Akron Borough Council meeting started peacefully enough Monday night at the borough fire hall. Council President Tom Murray began by calling for a motion to award a contract to...
- Posted May 21, 2014
Ann Womble, chairwoman of the Republican Committee of Lancaster County told a cheering crowd Tuesday night that the party’s nominating process works. Her proof was the solid victory by Ryan Aument, the endorsed candidate, over Gordon Denlinger....
- Posted May 21, 2014
AP editor talks life, journalism
A funny thing happened as Ted Anthony prepared to move himself and his wife and two sons from Allensville, Pa. to Bangkok, where he will assume the job of Asia-Pacific news director for the Associated Press. With...
- Posted May 7, 2014