All posts tagged "featured"

  • Charles Kuralt
    40 Years Ago in the Record Express: March 3, 1977

    CBS’s Kuralt Visits Lititz — For 10 years, he has tracked down the uncommon among the common lot of men. Charles Kuralt, CBS’s tireless seeker of the newsworthy nonconformist amid America’s masses of solid citizenry, visited Lititz...

    • Posted February 22, 2017
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  • LR20170223_FireIce13
    Fire & Ice 2017 enjoys record crowds during unseasonably warm weekend

    Fire & Ice organizers say as many as 60,000 people attended the three-day festival Feb. 17-19, which opened with a relatively chilly Friday night block party and gradually warmed up as the weekend progressed. Broad and Main...

    • Posted February 22, 2017
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  • Warwick junior Ryan Stewart is shown atop the medal stand after repeating as the heavyweight champ at the District Three Triple-A Section Two Tournament. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Clark, Stewart win Sectional gold

    Butzer, Hirtzel also qualify for Districts In pre-match warm-ups last Saturday night, Warwick’s Evan Clark turned to singer Johnny Cash for a little bit of motivation. Specifically, Cash’s song, “God’s Gonna Cut You Down.” The Warrior junior...

    • Posted February 22, 2017
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  • Chloe Phillips met Tim Shriver, chairman of Special Olympics, and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy
DeVos during a launch event for Special Olympics Capitol Hill Day.
    Miss Phillips Goes to Washington

    Manheim’s Chloe Phillips had a two-day whirlwind visit to Washington, D.C., starting Wednesday, Feb. 15. The Special Olympics athlete visited Capitol Hill during Special Olympics 15th annual Capitol Hill Day. She was one of over 40 Special...

    • Posted February 22, 2017
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  • (Left to right) Sarah Hummer, Jill Oehme of the Lititz Lioness Club, Melissa Landis, and Corina Hummer check out the new swing at Linear Park, which is the first installment of the inclusive Harmony Playground.
    Benevolent business: La Piazza owner donates $10,000 to Harmony Playground project

    Derek Hummer thought he was just dropping off brochures to promote the new inclusive children’s playground. He was caught off guard by what happened next. “I stopped by La Piazza to see if Giuseppe would put the...

    • Posted February 15, 2017
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  • Marcello Medini with his wife Shari and his two young boys, Matteo (6) and Julian (3).
    Several openings on school and municipal governing boards in 2017

    The local leadership landscape is evolving across the “boards.” That is, top leadership positions will open in 2017 among the Warwick Township Board of Supervisors, Warwick School Board, and Lititz Borough Council. Lititz Borough Council President Karen...

    • Posted February 15, 2017
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  • Senior Emma Schouten reacts to Warwick’s strong showing in the 500 yard freestyle race. In addition to Schouten’s gold, senior Anna Lance captured bronze and junior Allison Wyand earned the fifth place medal. Photo by Mike Shull
    L-L Champs! Warwick girls capture 22 medals while winning first League title

    Hours prior to the L-L League Girls Swimming Championships last Thursday, Warwick’s Emma Schouten and Lauryn Ober got themselves psyched during breakfast. “We just talked about, ‘We’ve got to do this,’” Schouten recalled. Do it, the Warwick...

    • Posted February 15, 2017
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  • Associated Press Albert Boscov is shown in the cosmetics department of the Boscov’s department store in Reading.
    Albert R. Boscov, Retailer & Philanthropist, Remembered

    Albert Robert Boscov, of Reading, Pa., passed away on February 10, 2017, at his home, surrounded by his family and the many well-wishes of his extended family of Boscov’s communities and employees. Albert was the beloved husband...

    • Posted February 14, 2017
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  • Upstage Video, launched in 2005, relocated from Pottstown as the first tenant of Pod 2 at Rock Lititz. Upstage Video’s 22 employees moved into the building in December. Photo by Patrick Burns
    Rock Lititz welcomes the public to “Rock the Block” Open House

      Rock Lititz Pod 2 open to the community, Sat.  Feb. 25   Pod 2 at Rock Lititz, the newest addition to the Rock Lititz campus, invites the public to its “open house” event on Saturday, February...

    • Posted February 13, 2017
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  • David Brumbach (1948-1992) wanted to be remembered more as a good person than as a good artist.
    The art of being a good person: Remembering Lititz’s David Brumbach

    Paris has Claude Monet, Pittsburgh has Andy Warhol, and Lititz has David Brumbach. Although Brumbach spent much of his life in Lancaster, his friends and family recall the talented artist’s formative years growing up in Lititz. Twenty-five...

    • Posted February 8, 2017
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