• School district anticipates tax increase

    The Warwick School District presented its preliminary budget report card at the May 2 school board committee of the whole meeting. The projected revenue for the 2017-18 budget is $70,766,134, while the expenses are projected at $71,633,474....

    • Posted May 3, 2017
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  • Jacy shares a Good message with Warwick students

    Back when Jacy Good was a senior at Warwick High School, she never imagined she would have a career as a public speaker. She never imagined she would meet Oprah Winfrey or she would choose her wedding...

    • Posted May 3, 2017
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  • The Lititz trolley line was extended as far as Lititz Springs Park.
    It’s electric!: First trolley travels to Lititz in 1895

    On Tuesday April 30, 1895, transportation changed for the residents of Lititz forever. For this was the day that the very first trolley on the Lancaster-Lititz “electric railroad” was put into operation. As early as 1890, the...

    • Posted May 3, 2017
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  • Jerry Kiralfy, WWII vet, director of the Lititz Rec Center, active at Trinity E.C., patriotic

    Jerry Kiralfy, who was for many years a fixture at the Lititz recCenter, has died. Kiralfy, residing in Manheim, passed away on April 29. According to his obituary, he enjoyed a full life. He served in the...

    • Posted May 3, 2017
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  • Volunteer pens book about Manheim Community Library

    Manheim Community Library’s “Mr. Russ” is a familiar sight to library patrons of all ages. The genial Manheim resident volunteers on Mondays and Fridays. Those experiences inspired the Rev. Russell Stahley to pen “My Favorite Days,” a...

    • Posted May 3, 2017
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  • Opening day

    Photos by Casey Kreider Opening ceremonies for the 2017 Warwick Little League season were held April 21 at Wilbur Fields, which has been a spring tradition since the league formed in 1995. Spencer Todd, president of the...

    • Posted April 26, 2017
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  • Sixty volunteers help clean up downtown Lititz

    Livy, short for Olivia, is a fifth grader at Lititz Elementary and the daughter of Mike and Jody Wetherhold. On Saturday, she joined her dad for the second year in a row to help with the annual...

    • Posted April 26, 2017
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  • Pretzel Fest: fun for a good cause

    Tickets still available for May 6 event Lititz has been the birthplace of pretzel bakeries in America since Julius Sturgis rolled his first “bretzel” in 1861. At one time, Lititz was home to six pretzel bakeries. Even...

    • Posted April 26, 2017
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  • These German students, enjoying a day in Lititz Springs Park with their hosts, are wrapping up their visit here this week. The exchange between Warwick High School and König-Karlmann Gymnasium in Altötting started in 1989. (Left to right) Laura Merwald, Alexis Sheely, Theresa Schwarz, Tamina Hantschmann, Lauren Sabol, and Abbi Clauser. Photo by Laura Knowles
    PA Germans: Warwick-Altötting exchange going strong since 1989

    Lauren Sabol and Theresa Schwarz are sisters. Not blood sisters, but two girls with a special bond. Sabol is a Warwick High School junior who spent three weeks in Altötting, Germany, last summer. She lived with the...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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  • Scholastic Writing Award winner Gabriel Crouch has been offered a poetry scholarship by the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Ten years ago he was a 7-year-old cancer patient receiving chemotherapy treatments in Hershey.
    The soul of a young writer

    Cancer survivor will join classmates at Friday’s Mini-THON Gabriel Crouch is a writer who can climb into the souls of those he writes about, whether it is an aging widower who mourns the loss of his beloved...

    • Posted April 19, 2017
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