All posts tagged "featured"

  • Dussingerjulyhot
    Is it Hot Enough for You?

    • Posted July 30, 2015
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  • Today’s staff at South Broad Street
    Kellers have been a Ford family for more than 75 years

    Back in 1940, if you wanted a Ford Coupe or a Ford Woody Station Wagon, the place to go was Keller Bros. Ford in Lititz. Marking its 75th anniversary at its 730 S. Broad St. location, Keller...

    • Posted July 30, 2015
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  • When Karen Trimble of Baltimore isn’t painting wine, cheese and bread, she’s teaching others the art of ballroom dancing
    Life as an artist is no walk in the park

    They are teachers and engineers, ballroom dance instructors and restaurant managers, advertising illustrators and body shop mechanics. The artists displaying their works July 25 at the Lititz Outdoor Art Show were not always artists, at least not...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Steve Bartle flashes a smile after he and Sophie, a Shih Tzu, won the Owner/Dog Look-Alike category in the eighth edition of the Dog Days Dog Show at the Lititz Farmers Market on Saturday. This “just for fun” event featured 18 local dogs and their best friends. The Farmers Market resumes this Saturday at 8 a.m
    Canine clone

    The Lititz Farmers Market hosted its annual Dog Days Dog Show Saturday, and judges Jan D’Imperio and Laura and Matt Mandell had no trouble figuring out who Steve Bartle brought to the show — his twin of...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Bomberger’s whiskey
    Local Distiller Changes Name and Plans New Distillery

    Faced with taking on the large alcohol distributor Chatham Imports and spending over $100,000 in legal costs to preserve its trademark claim, Heritage Spirits, producers of Lititz-based Bomberger’s Whiskey, have decided defending the claim is not a...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • The Lititz Public Works Crew as it appeared in January 2014, preparing for another round of snow plowing around 6 a.m. (Left to right) Shawn Carpenter, Chris Barnhart, Andy Garner, Tyler To - buren, former superintendent Gary Rynier (retired after 24 years on the job), Mike Schreiner, and Doug Minney. Garner and Min - ney were named co-directors of the department Tuesday night.
    Lititz Public Works Director Resigns

    Newly promoted co-directors are ready for the big craft show Six months after Jim Houser was named public works director for Lititz Borough, he resigned. He gave notice July 24, borough council accepted his resignation Tuesday night,...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Lititz’s Reed Martin, who earned the win in the LNP Midget Tournament championship game last Sunday with 3 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, gets mobbed by his teammates, including Evan Clark (6), Stephen Poliski (35), and Justin Byler (19). (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     One for the thumb

    Lititz’s Reed Martin knew to be prepared. If starting pitcher Justin Byler ran into trouble against Cocalico on Sunday night, he was the guy. “It wasn’t just out of the blue,” Martin said. “I warmed up a...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Erik Kratz, who has 180 games of big-league experience with four organizations, prepares to step into the batting cage prior to a game with the Lehigh Valley IronPigs last Wednesday. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Kratz on Shank: ‘He’s got what it takes’

      As a 29th round draft pick of the Toronto Blue Jays in 2002, catcher Erik Kratz knows the hard work that it takes to reach the big leagues. He’s played in 180 games with the Pirates,...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • New Warwick School District teachers Jami Zimmerman and Emily Wood
    New faces at Warwick

    Getting ready for the school year The Warwick School District named four new teachers at the July meeting of the Warwick School Board. Even though it’s the middle of the summer vacation, superintendent April Hershey said that...

    • Posted July 22, 2015
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  • Clair Global in Lititz
    Residents describe vibration problems

    The noise bothering Drue Bullington is not something you can hear. “It’s not an ear sound,” said the Moorland Court resident at the July 15 meeting of Warwick Township supervisors, adding that it is something he can...

    • Posted July 22, 2015
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