• LR20150618_entOddCouple
    ‘The Odd Couple’ turns 50

    It’s a plot device as old as the written word: put two diametrically opposed characters together in a controlled environment and watch how things play out. The formula proved to be a winner for playwright Neil Simon....

    • Posted June 17, 2015
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    ‘Lititz Remembers’ this Memorial Day

    On May 25, Lititz will honor those who served in the armed forces with a time-honored traditional parade and ceremonies, as well as two exciting new events — a “Lititz Remembers” encampment in Lititz Springs Park, and a...

    • Posted May 20, 2015
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    A hot time in a cool town

    Fire & Ice Festival turns 10 With Fire & Ice weekend swiftly approaching, organizer Dawn Rissmiller says things are happening so quickly that the website, lititzfireandicefestival.com, is updated several times a day and she can barely keep...

    • Posted January 28, 2015
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  • Sarah Baker
    Fundraiser will benefit Warwick grad

    Sarah Baker, Rothsville, a 2009 graduate of Warwick High School recently experienced a painful setback. Baker, who was a popular bartender at Piero’s Italian Restaurant, Akron, was returning from a vacation to Florida on I-95 with friends...

    • Posted December 30, 2014
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  • Merry Lititz Christmas takes over downtown Lititz this Saturday. See pages A4-5 in this week's Lititz Record Express for more details! On newsstands now!
    Last Christmas

    ‘Merry Lititz Christmas’ will be under new management in 2015 Kathy Blankenbiller has poured her heart into organizing the “Have Yourself a Merry Lititz Christmas” since its inception six years ago. She credits the overwhelming success of...

    • Posted December 3, 2014
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    A purr-sonal problem

    Rescuing a cat from a tree is harder than you think Smokey, a large gray 18-month-old house cat, escaped his home at 219 N. Locust St. Sept. 30 and wound up having quite an adventure. “He could...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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  • The cows have come home, to Manheim! The 61st farm show opens Oct. 6. (Lancaster Newspapers file photo)
    Manheim Farm Show is all about the kids

    A farm show with free admission and parking, delicious local food, plenty of safe activities for the kids, and no annoying carnival games in a family-friendly environment — it’s been a recipe for success for Manheim’s Community Farm...

    • Posted September 17, 2014
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    Concert will benefit Alzheimer’s Association

    “No matter how lost you are, music can bring you home.” There seems to be no consensus as to who is responsible for the above quote, but there are those who view it as gospel. Among them...

    • Posted August 13, 2014
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  • “Lollipop Cop,” officer Ronald Sandhaus, visited Lititz Elementary School and handed out lollipops. He is shown with Christa Carvell (left) and Kerry Lodish in this 1980 photograph.
    Lititz says goodbye to ‘Lollipop Cop’

    Officer Sandhaus, 25-year police veteran, dies “Your policeman is always your friend.” It was this credo that Ron Sandhaus lived by. Whether speaking to a group of elementary kids about the importance of having a flashlight with...

    • Posted July 23, 2014
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  • Sugar Whipped Bakery, pictured here at the Lititz Farmers Market, is selling treats and another 
woman is going to participate in a triathalon in order to raise funds to benefit Sara Martin, who is 
suffering from stage 4 brain cancer. (Photo by Stephen Seeber)
    Sweet treats and Ironman feats will benefit cancer victim

    Sugar Whipped Bakery, Lancaster, who sell unique sweet treats at Lititz Farmers Market and from their distinctive food truck, are for a limited time creating their sought after desserts for a cause. Sara Martin, a long-time school...

    • Posted July 23, 2014
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