All posts tagged "featured"

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    Where there’s smoke …

    VFW officer resigns after reversal of smoking ban First you could. Then you couldn’t. Now you can again. The members of Lititz Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1463 voted to lift a ban on smoking inside the...

    • Posted November 13, 2014
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    BIG Deal: Susquehanna Bank acquired

    Susquehanna Bank has been acquired by BB&T Corporation, Lititz-based Susquehanna Bancshares Inc. announced Wednesday morning. Susquehanna spokesman Steve Trapnell said questions about the acquisition would likely be answered during an 8:30 a.m. conference call,  just as the...

    • Posted November 12, 2014
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  • Pam Stenzel
    Update on Abstinence speaker

    School District worried about student safety The Warwick School District issued the following press release at 8:30 this morning: In response to an overwhelming need for additional resources and discussion over sex and sexuality issues for students...

    • Posted November 12, 2014
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  • Manheim Central running back Justin Moreno (center), who scored five touchdowns last Friday night against Garden Spot, receives congratulations from lineman Bjorn Lindmark (left) in the Barons’ 72-24 win.
    Sweet revenge for the Barons

    Central pounds GS in District opener, 72-24 With all signs pointing toward Kody Kegarise making his first varsity start under center for Manheim Central during the week leading up its clash with Garden Spot in the District...

    • Posted November 12, 2014
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  • Isaac Monaghan, pondering hot dogs and hamburgers, knows that his vote counts!
    Kindergarten election: Hamburgers beat hot dogs!

    Kindergarteners also vote for swings and bikes without training wheels Three classes of kindergarteners at Bonfield Elementary School skipped Tuesday’s gubernatorial race and went straight to what really matters — hot dogs or hamburgers? And like America’s pastime, the...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Outside the polling site in Elizabeth Township. (photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    ‘It’s dirty’

    Local voters hope for a cleaner political landscape There was no way to escape the bright spotlight that was Tuesday’s mid-term election in Lancaster County. The national media was focused on the balance of power in the...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • LititzResults
    Who are the people at your polling place?

    Our election correspondent, Katie Grisbacher, spent her day talking to voters in the 37th legislative district, where Elizabeth Township residents overwhelmingly supported Mindy Fee. But this coverage is more about neighbors than politics: Judge of elections, majority...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Signs of hope outside the Elizabeth Twp. municipal building Tuesday morning. This is the polling location for all residents of that township. As expected, Republican candidates won all races here. (photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Corbett wins…here anyway

    Sensing voter backlash on Gov. Tom Corbett, local Democratic candidates thought the time was right to eye available state House and Senate seats and possibly even derail Congressman Joe Pitts’ bid to return to Washington as a...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Freshman Kayla Herr (left), who scored two goals in Manheim Central’s State playoff win on Tuesday, blasts a shot on goal against Donegal last Saturday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Herr connects twice in MC girls’ State playoff win

    In her young varsity career, Manheim Central’s Kayla Herr had never enjoyed a multiple-goal game. Until Tuesday, that is. And chances are, the Lady Barons’ freshman forward/midfielder won’t soon forget this particular contest. Herr’s second of two...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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  • Warwick senior Amanda Graber (second from left) maintains a strong pace near the two-mile point at last Saturday’s State Cross Country Championships. (Photo by Bruce Morgan)
    Graber shows improvement in second trip to States

    Warwick senior Amanda Graber could have panicked when she passed the one-mile point at the PIAA State Triple-A Girls Cross Country Championships last Saturday. Her time of 5:58 was a similar start to the one she got...

    • Posted November 5, 2014
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