• WHS Field House discussion draws a crowd

    The proposed athletic field house at the Warwick School District campus was the focus of a special Warwick School Board meeting on Aug. 6. About 60 people crowded into the boardroom to find out more about possible...

    • Posted August 7, 2019
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  • Paw power

    Dog lover Linzey Zoccola used her passion to create a business that trains service and facility dogs When Linzey Zoccola heard that the Warwick School District was considering having a facility dog program, she wanted to find...

    • Posted August 7, 2019
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  •   For the first time in forever … Irving Gonzalez had a new direction. After five years manning the helm of EPAC’s Center Stage Theater Camp, Gonzalez wanted to hear from parents and past campers. After last...

    • Posted August 7, 2019
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  • Kidz Biz Expo showcases ‘Kingdompreneurs’

    Nearly three dozen kids and teens showcased their unique products during the second Kidz Biz Expo at Lititz recCenter on July 25. Hosted by Lancaster Evangelical Free Church, the event celebrated the young budding entrepreneurs, who combined...

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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  • Manheim firefighter acquires vintage engine

    A vintage Manheim fire engine has found its way back home to Manheim. Duane Ober, assistant chief of the Manheim Fire Dept.,, purchased a 1970 Howe pumper that originally served the fire company from 1970 to 1987....

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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  • Meeder receives All-State honors

    Joins Lobb, Miller on All-District Three Team Chad Meeder, of Warwick’s Class of 2019, had a good laugh recently with Warrior boys volleyball coach Nate Gajecki. Having been selected to the PVCA 2019 AAA Boys Volleyball All-State...

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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  • Bill Burgess, longtime Record President, retires

    At their first meeting, Don Hoover recalled, Bill Burgess was standing outside in miserable winter weather, engaging attendees of an agriculture event. With a stream of water running between his boots, Burgess asked probing questions, handed out...

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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  • Lititz Outdoor Fine Art Show: Shady, sketchy and framed

    The sky was a pale cobalt blue with a few titanium white tossed clouds. The park was dappled in shades of sap green, emerald green, and cadmium green. And everywhere there was the color of oil paintings,...

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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  • Council hears complaints about speeding vehicles

    Speeding is a problem that plagues many neighborhoods in Lititz Borough. At the July 30 meeting of Lititz Borough Council, several residents of South Oak Street asked the borough to do something about speeding on their busy...

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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  • The bard of Brickerville

    Area man has composed original, online poem every day since 2014 Benjamin Neideigh of Brickerville has a very interesting hobby. But his passion doesn’t involve collecting stamps, model trains, or clipping coupons. Rather, the retired resident has...

    • Posted July 31, 2019
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