• Miss PA visits Lititz

    Snow arrived in Lititz on Saturday, and so did Miss Pennsylvania. While snowflakes sparkled in downtown Lititz, Katie Schreckengast of Palmyra visited several locations in town, wearing her glittering crown, a snow white blouse, and a bright...

    • Posted December 13, 2017
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  • Young Explorers: Local high schoolers mentoring at Warwick Ambulance

    Sarah Quiros hopes to go into medicine one day. Selena Barr wants to become a paramedic or an emergency room nurse. Michael White has aspirations to be an emergency medical technician (EMT). Quiros, Barr, and White are...

    • Posted December 13, 2017
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  • Landis takes over as school board president

    Warwick School Board welcomed a new member, swore in three reelected members, and appointed a new president at its Dec. 5 meeting. Michael Landis was voted in as the new president, following the departure of Dr. Timothy...

    • Posted December 6, 2017
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  • We need a Lititz Christmas, right this very minute

    It was beginning to look and feel like Christmas in Lititz on Saturday. There was a toy castle at the Lititz Elementary School gym and a candy cane toss. Kids were off on a scavenger hunt to...

    • Posted December 6, 2017
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  • Sixty percent of the former Wilbur Chocolate factory will be renovated into a 74-room boutique hotel with a courtyard. The portions of the iconic industrial site that will be saved were built in 1900 and 1923. Image courtesy of RLPS Architects
    The future of downtown Lititz

    Lititz Borough Council got an updated view of plans to transform the now-vacated Wilbur Chocolate factory into a mixed-use redevelopment project with shops, a hotel, condominiums, a restaurant and apartments. The preliminary and final land development plan...

    • Posted November 29, 2017
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  • High five for Hershey

    Superintendent contract extended through 2022-23 school year Also, Quinn oversees final meeting as board president The Warwick School Board said goodbye to its longtime president and extended the contract of the second longest serving district superintendent. During...

    • Posted November 29, 2017
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  • Nuffort honored for four decades of service to recCenter

    It was back in the mid-1970s, when Dick Nuffort would pick up his son from childcare at the Lititz Community Center. The building was small, a donation to the community from Elmer H. Bobst, chairman of the...

    • Posted November 29, 2017
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  • A gift from Lititz to Lancaster

    Local spruce will adorn Penn Square for the holidays How do you load a 37-foot blue spruce tree onto a flatbed trailer without bending a branch? That’s what Lititz resident Randy Garner was wondering on Monday. He...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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  • Laurel Avenue Lights kicks off with free concert this year

    Everybody always asks Rich Motz the same two questions about his spectacular Laurel Avenue Lights display. How many lights are there? And how much does it cost to buy them all? “I have no idea, on both...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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  • Supervisors rename park in honor of public works superintendent

    The 41-acre Linear Park in Warwick Township and Lititz Borough was one of the first projects that Dean Saylor supervised more than 24 years ago. Now the supervisors at Warwick Township are planning to honor the township’s...

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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