• The “Link Crew” team greeted 350 incoming Warwick High School freshmen on Aug. 30. The seniors participating in a hands-on orientation were the first to experience the tradition when they were freshmen four years ago.
    ‘Warriorientation’

    Rocking music pumped the gym as fine arts teacher Nate Nixdorf ran his go-pro through two lines of high-fiving students as they prepared for their new classmates. The “Link Crew” team greeted 350 incoming Warwick High School...

    • Posted September 7, 2016
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    New faces in the district

    With the district’s 2016-17 year set to start the next day, the Warwick School Board held a voting meeting Sept. 6. As is often the case to start off a new year, the agenda was mainly about...

    • Posted September 7, 2016
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  • New Warwick High School Principal Kristy Szobocsan believes “technology is a tool, it is not the end all, be all” in educating students.
    Meet the new boss: Warwick High School’s principal

    You could say Kristy Szobocsan knows what she wants and gets the most out of her students. The new Warwick High School principal formerly served as assistant principal at the school and previously served middle school director...

    • Posted September 7, 2016
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    Get Hooked on Scouting!

    Scouting allows children to discover new things, learn to overcome obstacles and ways to make the community a stronger and better place for everyone to live. Experience fun, friendship, service and community by joining a local Scout...

    • Posted September 7, 2016
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  • Golf4
    A.J.’s Mini Golf open this weekend

    Proceeds benefit Louisiana flood victims At the start of the summer, our 8-year-old Bonfield Elementary student, Austin, began tinkering around with scrap lumber, bricks, etc. and came up with a series of mini golf holes for his...

    • Posted September 2, 2016
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  • Warwick High School graduate Alyssa Manley (right), shown here playing in the Rio Send-Off Series
held at Spooky Nook, enjoyed her first Olympics as a member of the U.S. Women’s Field Hockey
Team. (Photo by Suzette Wenger)
    Manley reflects on Rio Olympics, sets sights on 2020

      A selfie with all-time Olympic great Michael Phelps followed by a 4-0 jump in Pool B of the 2016 Rio Games. It was a memorable start for Lititz’s Alyssa Manley and the U.S. Women’s Field Hockey...

    • Posted August 31, 2016
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  • Marie (left) and Ann with Jim Dietz, a sculler for the men’s rowing team, in Montreal.  Images provided by Marie Jonik Myers
    Watching Rio brought back fond memories for Lititz’s 1976 Olympian

    The year of Jenner, Leonard, and Jonik America’s bicentennial was much more than a patriotic milestone for Lititz’s Marie Jonik Myers. It was magical. In 1976, 40 years ago, Myers, originally from Havertown, was an alternate for...

    • Posted August 31, 2016
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  • The Lititz Public Library
    Neighbor steps up for disabled veteran

    Also, borough council hears how nostalgia is the ‘greatest threat to the public library’ A disabled veteran from Lititz made a plea to Lititz Borough Council on Tuesday to allow him to remove and replace a troublesome...

    • Posted August 31, 2016
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  • Aaron Fry with a banner from the 1956 Lititz bicentennial celebration.
    A bank storyteller

    Lititz collector shares local memorabilia, and tales, at the Antiques and Collectibles show Lee Fry has been collecting Lititz memorabilia for almost all of his 81 years, and he had a stand at the annual Antiques and...

    • Posted August 31, 2016
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  • COBYS Bike & Hike features activities for all ages and skill levels. (Photos provided by COBYS)
    COBYS Bike & Hike celebrates 20 years of helping children

      People have been walking, riding, and giving to support the ministries of COBYS Family Services through Bike & Hike, the organization’s signature fundraiser, for two decades now. COBYS’ — short for Church of the Brethren Youth Services...

    • Posted August 31, 2016
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