Horse power

    Spectators at Sunday’s Lancaster Polo Club’s match lined the length of the comfortable, tree-covered sidelines. The shade provided a cool view to watch the four-on-four match versus Delaware Polo Club on a sun-baked Forney Field. Groups of...

    • Posted August 26, 2015
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    BB&T commits to Lititz

    “BB&T Corporation plans to retain Susquehanna Bancshares’ headquarters campus in Lititz and continue to operate a customer service center and other operations there…”- David White, BB&T Vice President Corporate Communications Questions linger despite the finalization last Saturday...

    • Posted August 12, 2015
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    In the swing of things

    Local volunteers help drive estimated $25 million boost to local economy from Women’s 2015 U.S. Open at Lancaster Country Club If you’ve traveled around Lancaster recently, you may have noticed a fleet of specially-licensed Lexus vehicles that...

    • Posted July 8, 2015
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  • Craig Kauffman, Susquehanna Market CEO, will take over as BB&T regional president here when the deal is officially completed, a Susquehanna spokesman said
    The Fed Approves Susquehanna Bank Deal

    BB&T Corp. Tuesday announced it’s received regulatory approval to acquire Lititz-based Susquehanna Bancshares from the Federal Reserve, the FDIC and all required state regulators. This is most likely the final hurdle to the deal that’s targeted for...

    • Posted July 8, 2015
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  • Atomic workers (from left) Bob Grote, Autumn Obenchain, Kate Wallace, and Chris Simpson are helping with relief efforts in Nepal from June 21 until July 7. (Photo by Pat Burns)
    It’s not only rock and roll

    Atomic helps Nepal “This is not your usual company,” said Daniel McPhillips, Atomic president. He used the phrase “culture” too many times to count when describing the flourishing set design business in a recent interview at his...

    • Posted June 30, 2015
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  • Marty Weinberg, at Green Dragon Friday, said demand for Confederate flags have spiked at his Bald Eagle Flags business. (photo by Pat Burns)
    Controversial week

    Locals weigh in on Confederate flag and gay marriage issues Though The Record Express is a local newspaper, at least two national issues this week fired up conversation among readers who expressed varying opinions on the U.S....

    • Posted June 30, 2015
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    Shooter named in road rage incident

    While police have not identified the two men involved in Wednesday’s road rage shooting, the Record Express has learned through reliable sources that the gun was fired by Jim Mellinger, a 74-year-old Lititz area resident. Darrel Smith,...

    • Posted May 8, 2015
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    Six vie for five school board spots on Republican ballot

    The Republican school board race will be the focus of next month’s primary election, as a cross-filing Democrat could bump a Republican from the general election ballot in November. Charlie Hample, who ran for the state legislature...

    • Posted April 22, 2015
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  • SPCA officer Jason Martinez removes carries  from a Rothsville property after a raid seized 19 dogs. (photo courtesy of SPCA)
     Habitual dog hoarding in Rothsville

    Dog law officers responded last week for the third time to a property owned by serial dog hoarder Barbara E. Dienner. The Pennsylvania SPCA’s action in seizing 19 dogs March 27 from Dienner’s property on the 800...

    • Posted April 1, 2015
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  • The Lititz VFW reopened Feb. 28 after a three month shutdown imposed by the state VFW. (photo by Pat Burns)
    VFW marches on

    New officers look to get local post back on track Lititz Springs Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1463 is open. An internal three-month investigation and audit turned up no wrong-doing, post officials said Monday. The post received...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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