• Outside the polling site in Elizabeth Township. (photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    ‘It’s dirty’

    Local voters hope for a cleaner political landscape There was no way to escape the bright spotlight that was Tuesday’s mid-term election in Lancaster County. The national media was focused on the balance of power in the...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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    Who are the people at your polling place?

    Our election correspondent, Katie Grisbacher, spent her day talking to voters in the 37th legislative district, where Elizabeth Township residents overwhelmingly supported Mindy Fee. But this coverage is more about neighbors than politics: Judge of elections, majority...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Signs of hope outside the Elizabeth Twp. municipal building Tuesday morning. This is the polling location for all residents of that township. As expected, Republican candidates won all races here. (photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Corbett wins…here anyway

    Sensing voter backlash on Gov. Tom Corbett, local Democratic candidates thought the time was right to eye available state House and Senate seats and possibly even derail Congressman Joe Pitts’ bid to return to Washington as a...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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    Travel to Mongolia

    The next Rotary Club of Lititz Travel & Adventure Series will be held Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Warwick High School Performing Arts Center, 301 W. Orange St. There are two performances &tstr; a 2 p.m. matinee...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Scouts and volunteers work at one of the five collection centers sorting the almost 24,000 pounds of food collected at last year's "Scouting for Food" drive.  Working together, the Scouts and the Lititz Warwick Community Chest hope to meet or exceed last year's total.
    Scouts will collect food donations Nov. 15

    As Thanksgiving approaches and thoughts turn to harvest, hearth and home, the Lititz and Warwick communities again have the opportunity to assist their neighbors in need through the annual “Scouting for Food “ food drive. Local Boy...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Lititz Springs Pool
    Everyone in … on the pool

    Residents tell council, ‘Do whatever is needed’ Kerri Hample can’t imagine Lititz without the Lititz Springs Pool. As vice president of the Lititz Springs Swim Team, Hample was one of seven people who stood before borough council Tuesday...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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    Hample v. Mentzer

    97th PA House race key for Lititz area residents Charlie Hample, 41-year-old Democrat/ life-long Lititz resident, is a special education teacher at School District of Lancaster.   Steve Mentzer, 58-year-old Republican incumbent from Manheim Township.   The Lititz...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Yabba dabba boo hoo! Adam and Leah Richie, as the Flintstones, win first place for "Funniest" in the Children's Division of the Lititz Halloween Parade. (photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Stars of the Lititz Halloween Parade

    Shedding some light on Halloween The Lititz Halloween Parade kicked off Saturday morning in the bright fall sunshine, a change implemented this year as the annual event moved from nighttime to morning. The parade, sponsored by the...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Lititz Springs Pool
    Future of Lititz Springs Pool up for discussion

    Lititz Borough Council heard from seven residents Tuesday night who urged local leaders to do whatever is necessary to keep the Lititz Springs Pool a community staple. Council had requested residents share their thoughts on whether or...

    • Posted October 28, 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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