All posts tagged "featured"

  • The pavilion and playground at Warwick Township’s Lions Club Park will remain. The summer playground program will be on hold during construction.
    Facelift coming for Rothsville park

    Pickleball is coming to Rothsville. And that’s not all. The Warwick Township Lion’s Park in Rothsville is getting a $131,000 facelift, and one of the highlights will be two new pickleball courts for the ever-growing base of...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • The start/finish stretch on East Main Street will once again be
the site for a lot of energy on Sunday, April 26, as bicyclists in
the Rock Lititz Festival Bike Race will be battling for top honors.
The top racers will reach speeds as fast as 30 miles an hour on
the .8-mile loop. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Lititz will be Rockin’: Festival, ‘NASCAR for bikes,’ returns April 26

    For one day this month, downtown Lititz is going to transform into a small European town. Following a one-year hiatus, the Rock Lititz Festival Bike Race is returning on Sunday, April 26. “It’s a festival atmosphere, a...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • At the end of a long day at the Know Your Value conference at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel on April
10, finalists (from left) Denise Uzzelle of Lancaster, Texas; Ashton Sweitzer of Lititz; and Joanna
Schwartz of Philadelphia, await the announcement of who will win the $10,000 bonus. (Photo courtesy Louis Burgdorf/NBC)
    Full of moxie, Ashton Sweitzer takes on Philly

    Lititz storeowner falls short of a $10,000 bonus, but knows the value of a special opportunity Ashton Sweitzer had a very good day in Philadelphia. The 25-year-old shopkeep from downtown Lititz was at the top of her...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Warwick’s Ashley Royer breaks off the third base bag and scores a run for the Lady Warriors in their 16-3 win over Ephrata on Monday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Warwick cruises past Lady Mounts

    Monday’s girls softball game between Warwick and Ephrata featured two teams moving in opposite directions. Visiting Warwick, perhaps the surprise of the L-L League this year, kept things rolling against an Ephrata team that has been struggling...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Warwick sophomore Ryan Deibler (right) tries to knock the ball away from Easton attacker during last Saturday’s non-league action. Looking on for the Warriors is senior Shane Galway. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Late rally lifts Warwick in 7-6 win over the Bears

    Elizabethtown goalkeeper Jake Koser made Warwick for everything it got on Monday. It didn’t matter that the Warriors outshot the Bears 38-16 in a Lancaster-Lebanon League game. Koser stepped up with 21 saves and was a big...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Warwick senior Drew Keller (11) receives congratulations from his teammates after slugging a two-run home run off of Ephrata pitcher Austin Lowery on Monday. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    In a slugfest, Warriors tops the Mounts, 12-7

    Keller homers and drives in four in the win Drew Keller was sitting fastball against Ephrata’s Austin Lowery. The Warwick senior didn’t get that pitch. But it didn’t matter. Keller adjusted to a first-pitch curve from Lowery...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Call 626-6332 for more information about purchasing tickets for A Taste of Lititz, to be held June 5.
    Taste of Lititz returns June 5

    Lititz has seen quite a few changes in recent years. The addition of brewpubs, restaurants and specialty shops have made it a destination for foodies, and the event that celebrates that tend is Taste of Lititz. This...

    • Posted April 9, 2015
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  • Will taxes go up for Warwick School District residents? Elected school board members are waiting for a final state budget in order to determine the local impact. (LNP photo)
    School district facing deficit for coming year

    Rising health care costs big factor in anticipated tax increase With just two weeks to come up with its final budget for 2015-16, the Warwick School District is “slightly cautiously optimistic.” And that’s not good news. At...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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  • Andrew and Garrett Lash seem to be saying, "Here, fishy, fishy!"
    84 kids vs. 1,000 fish

    Sportsmen host opening day fun at Riparian Park   It was the first day of trout season along Lititz Run and kids were getting a hands-on lesson in Ichthyology on Saturday. What’s Ichthyology? The study of fish,...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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  • Blue Whale Catoosa, Okla — Built in the early 1970s as an anniversary
gift, the Blue Whale turned into a swimming park and
closed in 1988.
    Pix from Route 66

    Manheim couple will present Airstream travelogue at Lititz library “I wish the west was closer,” said Dennis Ober of Manheim. Retired, he and his wife Carol travel the country with their Airstream camper and recently got their...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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