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  • Mill LogoE
    Not your run-of-the-mill logo

    Warwick Twp. celebrates early industrial history You may be wondering why a mill was chosen as the new logo for Warwick Township. The township will celebrate its 300th birthday...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • Jeff Harless and his brew crew are working around the clock to keep the collective thirst quenched. (Photos by Preston Whitcraft)
    JoBoy’s: Up and brewing (again)

    The long-awaited opening of JoBoy’s Brew Pub in downtown Lititz has come! After nine months of renovation to the Rudy Building at 27-31 E. Main St., patriotic veteran and...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • Ava and Titus Layton enjoyed breakfast on the patio at Dosie Dough with their dad, then paused to try out the new outdoor piano. Neither sibling has taken formal lessons, but Ava gave the theme from “Jaws” a shot. (Photo by Stephen Seeber)
    Outdoor piano program could be instrumental for Lititz

    People walking past Dosie Dough on Broad Street last Thursday were pleasantly surprised to see a brightly-painted piano sitting in the outdoor patio area of the popular coffee consortium....

    • July 16, 2014
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  • Long-time Manheim Central coach Mike Williams, shown here giving instructions to Barons’ quarterback Colin Fry last season, has piled up 340 wins heading into the final season of his legendary
career.
    Life without Mike

    ‘Peering’ into the future for Manheim football When the Manheim Central football team plays its final game in the 2014 season, it will mark the end of head coach...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • While flooding is a constant issue in Manheim, a July 3 wind storm toppled at least 20 trees, including this one that crushed a house. (Photo courtesy of Manheim Borough)
    Storm Central

    Why does Manheim bear the brunt of this region’s weather? The Manheim Storm. Sounds like a pro sports franchise, but it’s become an unwelcome way of life in this...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • SOX base runner Adam Ricketts slides across the plate with a first-inning run on Monday, beating the tag of an Elizabethtown Navy player.
    SOX ousted by E-town in New Era series

    If the Warwick SOX had any hope of getting back into its game in the New Era Junior-Midget Tournament qualifying-round series, they first had to hold Elizabethtown Navy off...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • K-9 Bayne and his partner Aaron Szulborski are looking
forward to the benefit softball game on Aug. 2.
    Barons football team to play benefit softball game

    Proceeds will go toward K-9 unit The Manheim Central football team doesn’t kick its season off until Sept. 5 against Warwick, but they will have an important game before...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • The students took a break from touring the historic town of Altötting and posed in front of the Chapel of Grace in the Kapellplatz Church Plaza. (Photos by Jeff Martin)
    WHS students visit Germany

    Nineteen Warwick students, accompanied by German teacher Wendy Andrews and social studies teacher Jeff Martin, left for Germany June 20. They are visiting Warwick’s partner school (König Karlmann Gymnasium)...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • Lydia Burk was approved at the Warwick school board meeting on Tuesday night as the Warwick girls lacrosse head coach.
    Burk named WHS girls’ lax coach

    Lydia Burk has a lot of reasons to be optimistic. In addition to seeing a talented core of players returning for the Warwick girls lacrosse team in 2015, she...

    • July 16, 2014
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  • Glouner promoted

    Brad Glouner was approved at the Warwick school board meeting on Tuesday night to become the Lady Warrior volleyball team’s new head coach. Glouner, who served as an assistant...

    • Posted July 16, 2014
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