• Linden Hall students shared cultures from around the globe at their annual International Night, bringing our vast world a little closer tohome. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Lititz’s good fortune

    International Night at Linden Hall Casey Chen of China wants people to know something about her country. “Fortune cookies are not from China,” says Chen, a student at Linden Hall, adding that the cookies with a paper...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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  • Local stage company Tait has produced 19 of the top 20 highest grossing tours in the world. This stage is from a Justin Timberlake tour. Photo provided by Tait
    Tait’s ‘Manchester’ unites

    Stage company expands into 265,000-sq.-ft. location dubbed ‘Manchester’ A visit last week to Tait, formerly known as Tait Towers, removed any doubt that this is easily one of the coolest companies in America’s coolest town, along with...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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    There’s no place like Lititz

    July 4 committee gears up for this year’s 197th celebration Arctic blasts, polar vortexes and snowstorms, oh my! It’s the dead of winter and it’s been a challenging one thus far. As winter wraps up, many are...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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  • Planning for snow

    Warwick Twp. plows through development issue A disagreement which had emerged with regard to the meaning and purpose of trails included in the new Traditions of America development for homeowners 55 years of age and above appears...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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  • Coolness never fades

    Lititz hands off the title to Berlin, Md. While Lititz has been pretty cold over the past week, we are no longer officially “cool.” The title of “America’s Coolest Small Town,” as determined by voters at budgettravel.com,...

    • Posted March 5, 2014
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  • If plans progress as expected, this barn will host banquets, baked goods and deli delectibles. Photo by Stephen Seeber
    Banquet barn

    Traffic addressed for 300-seat facility; neighbor concerns unresolved Warwick Township Supervisors held a second public hearing on development plans for the historical barn at Newport Square on East Newport Road. Country Home Catering, which is associated with...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Cheap date

    New bridge planned in 2016; Lititz only pays five percent of costs For those who use the bridge on North Locust Street, there is good news – a new bridge is on the way. For borough taxpayers,...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Chef John Moeller (right) served many dignitaries during his career at the White House, including Presidents Bush, Carter, Clinton and Ford. He was in Lititz this past Saturday.
    Presidential pot pie

    Local chef serves up some fun stories from his days at the White House The Kennedys requested quenelles de brochet (creamed fish). The Johnsons wanted barbecue and chili. The Nixon family preferred meatloaf. The Fords ate all-American....

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Gordon flashes back

    Don’t count Gordon Denlinger out just yet. Last week he failed to earn the county GOP’s endorsement for his bid to take the State Senate seat Mike Brubaker will vacate in 2015. But, despite criticism already leveled...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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  • Lititz officer cleared by DA

    The Lancaster County District Attorney reported Tuesday that a borough police officer acted correctly when he fatally shot a 22-year-old Lititz man Dec. 21. “It’s what I expected. It is the correct move,” said Lititz Police Chief...

    • Posted February 26, 2014
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