• Local scouts collected 18,500 pounds of food on Saturday. (photo by Stan Hall)
    Sunday driving on Wednesday morning

    It’s 18 degrees and my car seat is freezing. At the same time, there’s a guy in Buffalo shoveling his SUV out of six feet of snow. A late night order of beef lo mein and a...

    • Posted November 19, 2014
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  • Tim's Fitness Center has been sold and is now called Iron Fit Gym. (Left to right) Marcy and Tim Diem, and John and Tina Lukas. (photo by Stephen Seeber)
    Perfect fit

    Former employee buys Tim’s Fitness Center, name changed to Iron Fit Gym Tim and Marcy Diem are ready to take it easy (sort of), while John and Tina Lukas are ready to get to work. Tim’s Fitness...

    • Posted November 19, 2014
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  • Ivan Putski
    Holiday blur amid the brrrr

    Dust off your union suits, folks, here comes the polar vortex! Sounds menacing, doesn’t it? Like a professional wrestler. Ivan Putski better find his sukmana, because the Polish Hammer is no match for this encroaching pocket of...

    • Posted November 13, 2014
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  • Lititz Springs Pool
    Pooling Resources: A Community Meeting

    Influence the future of Lititz Springs Pool  Lititz Borough Council needs your input on the future of the community pool. Upgrades will be necessary within the next five years, expensive upgrades. Council wants to know how Lititz...

    • Posted October 22, 2014
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  • Pam Stenzel
    Divided

    Parents engage in respectful debate on sex education, but school board’s decision already final Most of the full house at Tuesday night’s Warwick School Board meeting were not there for the advertised agenda. This gathering was sexually...

    • Posted October 22, 2014
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  • Regina Witmeyer and Karen Huff, from the Bakery at the Cupboard in Lititz, are set up outside Tomato Pie Cafe for Chocolate Walk. They made 2,164 Almond Joy Coconut Macaroons in seven hours! (photo by Stephen Seeber)
    And they’re off! Today’s forecast is sweet!

    Chocolate Walk is underway The rain stopped just as Chocolate Walk got underway, just about an hour ago. Downtown Lititz is hopping (and that’s not the sugar high talking). Look for our Lititz reporters and photographers, and...

    • Posted October 11, 2014
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  • Ed Davis and Maco, the puppy he rescued from a Vietnam POW camp.
    ‘It was worth it’

    How Ed Davis endured seven and a half years as a POW For seven and a half years, the world stood still. Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy were assassinated, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon,...

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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  • Rock Lititz Studio celebration - Sept. 20, 2014 (Lancaster Newspapers photo by Blaine Shahan)
    In Rock we trust

    Rock Lititz Studio is much more than an innovative production rehearsal space, it’s the epicenter of the new Lititz economy. That was the message delivered during Saturday’s pre-party press conference for the new entertainment super structure that...

    • Posted September 24, 2014
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  • Roy Clair (center) celebrates another milestone with friends at Saturday's Rock Lititz open house. Sharing the moment are (from left) Paul and Jan Pendyck, owners of the Bulls Head Pub, and Record Express reporter Pat Burns. (photo by Stephen Seeber)
    School of Rock

    A career change that changed Lititz history Roy Clair was adrift in the middle of the immense studio, the violet hue of surrounding stage lights illuminating his chardonnay. Phase one of Rock Lititz’s 96-acre entertainment campus is...

    • Posted September 24, 2014
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    A long way from Water Street

    It was a party with all the bells and whistles of a rock concert, minus the rock concert. But for Rock Lititz Studio, the show is backstage, and the key players were on hand Saturday for a...

    • Posted September 24, 2014
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