All posts tagged "featured"

  • The Lausch family — Brady, Caden and Ava — rocked the ‘50s theme at the 2015 baby parade in Lititz Springs Park, and took home the event’s grand prize.
    Fourth of July celebration in Lititz Springs Park is an all-day affair

    Lititz has been celebrating Independence Day in Lititz Springs Park for 199 years, making it one of the oldest consecutive community-wide celebrations in the United States. The first recorded Fourth of July observance in the park occurred...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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    Out of Tears: A parent’s perspective on addiction

    “Out of Tears” is one story in a monthly series on the addiction crisis facing our society. The series is written by Janice Ballenger, who works at Retreat at Lancaster County, a premiere 160-bed addiction treatment center...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Sam Young (center) accepts the flag that adorned his father’s casket.
    Long-time Rothsville fire chief remembered

    Claude Young laid to rest in Leola Friends, family and fellow firefighters gathered on June 18 at Lititz United Methodist Church to bid farewell to Claude Young. Claude was married to his wife, Ethel, for 70 years....

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Grand Marshal William Seace
    Chief Seace grand marshals Lititz Lions Independence Day Parade July 1

      Recently retired Lititz Police Chief William Seace, will serve as parade marshal in the Lititz Lions Independence Day Parade, set for Friday, July 1, at 6:30 p.m. This year, the Lititz Patriotic Parade celebrates its 25th...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Flamin’ Dick and the Hot Rods will perform at the Lititz Springs Park bandshell immediately following the July 1 Lions Club Independence Day Parade. The show begins at approximately 8 p.m. Shown (left to right) are “Flamin’” Dick Weatherholtz and John “Squeek” Zaneski.
    Flamin’ Dick and the Hotrods rock the band shell

    Concert in the park Immediately following the Lions Independence Day Parade on July 1, a concert will take place in the Lititz Springs Park band shell. For the 18th time, Flamin’ Dick and the Hotrods will transport...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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    New contract: Teachers with master’s degrees could make nearly $90K by 2020

    Warwick School District teachers have a four-year contract that will take them through June 2020. At Tuesday’s Warwick School Board meeting, the collective bargaining agreement between the Warwick School District and the Warwick Education Association was approved....

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Business Manager Nate Wertsch discusses 2016-17 proposed budget with  Warwick School District’s
    School Board votes 7-2 for 2.9% tax increase

    The final 2016-17 Warwick School District budget was approved on Tuesday. Not everyone was happy about it, though, for a variety of reasons. Several language arts teachers were concerned because three retiring middle school English teachers are...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • The Booking House was constructed in 1884. The former cigar warehouse was transformed by
James “J.P.” and Michele Perron into an events venue in 2014. (Photo from theknot.com)
    Historical Society recognizes two businesses for historic preservation

      Two Manheim businesses were presented with Manheim Historical Society’s Red Rose award for their historic preservation efforts. The Fulton Bank’s Manheim branch and The Booking House received hand-blown glass roses crafted by Stiegel Glassworks 1976 during...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Devin Schnupp (left) and Hannah Weidman (right) received this year’s Warrior Award at the Warwick Senior Athlete Recognition and Awards Dessert Social on June 9. (Photo by Bruce Morgan)
     Schnupp, Weidman earn Warrior Award

      Warwick’s Devin Schnupp and Hannah Weidman each displayed a willingness to go the extra mile in their athletic careers at Warwick. It showed in the end results. Schnupp, a preferred recruit with the Penn State University...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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  • Taylor Funk, who has 1,273 career points through his junior year at Manheim Central, recently gave a verbal commitment to continue his basketball career at Divison-One St. Joe’s University. (Lititz Record file photo)
     Funk set to join the Hawks

      Gives verbal commitment to St. Joe’s Manheim Central boys basketball coach Chris Sherwood is a firm believer that Taylor Funk hasn’t even come close to his ceiling yet. Naturally, he’s excited to see where the Barons’...

    • Posted June 22, 2016
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