• Anne Pyle, a Democrat who also cross-registered, fell less than 100 votes shy of earning a spot on the Republican ballot in November.
    No local surprises in Tuesday’s primary election

    Low voter turnout on a sunny, warm Tuesday was running at about 7 percent in the afternoon as only 121 voters had cast primary ballots at the typically busy Lancaster Evangelical Free Church on Pierson Road. With...

    • Posted May 17, 2017
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  • Rep. Lloyd Smucker said he continues to promote the traditional conservative values which appeal to his large GOP base. The first-term Congressman stresses a core agenda based on tax reform, health care system changes, and regulatory relief.
    Lloyd Smucker discusses his role in leading the 16th Congressional District

    Rep. Lloyd Smucker says he hit the ground running when he took over the 16th Congressional District seat from Joe Pitts in January. The Record Express had an opportunity to sit down with Smucker during his Easter...

    • Posted May 10, 2017
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  • Field set for Tuesday’s primary election

    It may be hard to believe that it’s been six months since our last election as public discussion still rages about the historic November race. Certainly, this Tuesday’s primary lacks the mass appeal of the presidential election...

    • Posted May 10, 2017
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  • Paul Pendyck purchased the General Sutter Inn in 2006. Four years later, he modeled the Bulls Head Public House after the British pubs near his hometown of Liverpool.
    Pendyck sells stake in Bulls Head

    David Stoudt purchases iconic 253-year-old General Sutter Inn and Bulls Head Public House Paul Pendyck and David Stoudt met before noon in downtown Lititz Monday to complete a business transaction that might surprise more than a few...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • That’s the spirit: Construction underway at Stoll & Wolfe distillery; expected to open in late May

    There’s an old saying that warns about “not reinventing the wheel.” However, that’s kind of what’s happening with the owners of Stoll & Wolfe, 35 N. Cedar St., who spoke to the Lititz Record Express Tuesday morning....

    • Posted March 22, 2017
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  • Reassessment rattles homeowners

    Anxiety raged Friday on social media when homeowners opened mail boldly labeled “Important: 2018 Preliminary Assessment Notice.” Panicked residents took to Facebook to commiserate about the letters, which advised homeowners of their new property assessments — used...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • Opportunity knocks for Warwick Democrats

    Three candidates running for three open seats   by PATRICK BURNS Marcello Medini and fellow Warwick Township Democrats Anne Pyle and Jack Enco see opportunity in 2017. Opportunity to make inroads on GOP-dominated leadership positions and improve...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • Marcello Medini with his wife Shari and his two young boys, Matteo (6) and Julian (3).
    Several openings on school and municipal governing boards in 2017

    The local leadership landscape is evolving across the “boards.” That is, top leadership positions will open in 2017 among the Warwick Township Board of Supervisors, Warwick School Board, and Lititz Borough Council. Lititz Borough Council President Karen...

    • Posted February 15, 2017
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  • A taxing situation

    Proposed state budget charges new $25-per-person tax on municipalities using state police for full-time service Gov. Tom Wolf’s $32.3 billion annual budget contains language that would add a surcharge for each resident living in municipalities that rely...

    • Posted February 15, 2017
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  • District Judge Ed Tobin, arriving at the Warwick Area Republican Committee winter dinner at the General Sutter Inn Friday night, is running for a second six-year term.
    Ringing in the 2017 political season

    The Warwick Area Republican Committee opened a new political season at the General Sutter Inn Friday night, holding its annual winter dinner. The event, typically held the third Friday of the year, was pushed back two weeks...

    • Posted February 1, 2017
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