• A toast to the tour! Tom, Traci and Esther, visiting from Carlisle, recently enjoyed a fun foodie Friday in downtown Lititz.
    A toothsome tour of the town

    Hungry for local flavor? Then dig into the new “Come Eat Lititz” jaunt, sponsored by Lancaster County Food Tours, for a seven-course meal along Main and Broad streets. This adventure takes foodies on a tasty trip of...

    • Posted July 12, 2017
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  • More July 4 photos…

    (Photos/captions by Suzette Wenger/LNP) July 4 in the Park                                              

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • More Parade Photos

    (All photos/captions by Suzette Wenger, LNP) Patriotic Parade – July 3                                          

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • It’s history: Stunning fireworks show caps off 200th Fourth of July

    What is the favorite thing to do on the Fourth of July? Fireworks, of course! That was the No. 1 answer in Chris Poje’s first-time Lititz Family Feud game show held during the Independence Remembrance 200 Fourth...

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • Lititz loves a parade!

    The Lititz Lions Club hosted its 26th annual Patriotic Parade on Monday evening, July 3, in downtown Lititz. Businesses, bands, fire companies, civic clubs, and scouting organizations had floats and personnel in the event. In the busier...

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • The Lititz Ambucs sold 2,000 Craft Beer Fest tickets within 90 minutes last week. The sold-out attraction is the club’s biggest fundraiser, and it returns to downtown Lititz on Sept. 24.
    Lititz Craft Beer Fest sells out in 90 minutes

    There’s fast. And then there is Lititz Craft Beer Fest fast. It took only 90 minutes Friday, June 30, to sell all 2,000 tickets to the annual festival, which has officially become the hottest brewfest in the...

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • Nate Reiff takes a look at some of the early grown-under-plastic sweet corn he expects to be selling by the Fourth of July.
    Sweet corn is a deep-rooted local tradition

    Early sweet corn has been trickling into Lancaster County from growers on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, but the county’s official start of the local sweet corn season was July 4. Nate Reiff, a partner with his brother, Ed,...

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • Manheim Historical Society honors Manheim couple

    History abounds in Manheim, and the Manheim Historical Society is dedicated to preserving that past. The organization’s annual Red Rose Award recognizes preservation efforts in the Manheim Central area. It was presented to Jeff and Anna Mae...

    • Posted July 5, 2017
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  • Holiday traffic concerns addressed

    We all know the traffic situation can get a little crazy during the Lititz Patriotic Parade and July 4 celebration. Here’s some information on what you can do to make this year a little more stress-free.  ...

    • Posted June 30, 2017
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  • Recently-approved liquor license transfers at two local Turkey Hill stores will allow the convenience store to soon sell beer.
    Ice cream and beer: Turkey Hill diversifies by transferring liquor licenses

    For the second time in less than a week, Turkey Hill has requested the transfer of a liquor license that would open the door to beer sales at its local convenience stores, this one at 735 S....

    • Posted June 28, 2017
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