All posts tagged "featured"

  • !!!AAA Shooting map
    Details behind road rage shooting remain a mystery

    Police have yet to disclose details and the identities of the two men involved in the road rage shooting in the parking lot outside Lititz Family Cupboard Restaurant & Buffet around 9 a.m. on May 6. However,...

    • Posted May 13, 2015
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  • Lititz paper
    Spotlight on school board

    Primary election is May 19 by Stephen Seeber Warwick School Board, particularly the Republican ballot, will be the focus of Tuesday’s primary election. Six names on the Republican ticket are vying for five available seats. Four of...

    • Posted May 13, 2015
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  • Members of UNITE for MiniTHON take a break for planning to make the sign of Four Diamonds, a
reminder that all the hard work they are doing is “For The Kids.” Pictured, front row (left to right) are
Alexandra Levasseur and Michael Perezous; middle (l-r) Leah Suydam, Samantha Wilson, Damiana
Shertzer, Leyla Bryan, Annie Russell, Erin Esbenshade and Peter McCord; back (l-r) Grant Stauffer,
Jensen Burnheimer, Caitlyn Rothermel, Laurel Schappel, Rachel Sangrey, Forrest Brooks, and Georgia
Lobb. (Photo provided by WHS)
    Warwick continues MiniTHON tradition

    This Friday and Saturday, Warwick HS students will be making a difference for kids with cancer. With a goal of $40,000, the Warwick H.S. service club UNITE is raising funds for the Four Diamonds Fund, which directly...

    • Posted May 13, 2015
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  • Warwick junior midfielder Tyler Bogda scored two goals on Tuesday night in the Warriors’ 7-5 District playoff win over Susquehannock. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Warriors notch first District Three win

    Even while facing a 5-2 deficit going into the fourth quarter on Tuesday night, the Warwick boys’ confidence never wavered. And it showed in those final 12 minutes. The Warriors scored five unanswered goals and rallied to...

    • Posted May 13, 2015
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  • With Lebanon’s Jeronimo Rodriguez looming close behind, Warwick junior sprinter Ian Harpel (left) takes the lead in the 400 at the L-L League Championships last Saturday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Warwick claims three L-L League golds

    Harpel, Lucas, McNeill lead the way The rivalry that Warwick junior Ian Harpel has with Lebanon’s Jeronimo Rodriguez dates back to their middle school years. Early on, the Cedars’ sprinter held the upper hand. This year, Harpel...

    • Posted May 13, 2015
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    A Letter to Mom: What is the Face of a Heroin Addict?

    For Jean Johns, a teacher in the Warwick School District, that face is her son, Andrew. For Mark Hirschman it is countless patients he saw through recovery as a clinical psychologist treating addiction. And for people like...

    • Posted May 12, 2015
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  • !!!AAA Shooting 6 shot
    Shooter named in road rage incident

    While police have not identified the two men involved in Wednesday’s road rage shooting, the Record Express has learned through reliable sources that the gun was fired by Jim Mellinger, a 74-year-old Lititz area resident. Darrel Smith,...

    • Posted May 8, 2015
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  • The lovely lettuce at Susan Stoltzfus' Garden Patch is one of the many attractions at the Lititz Farmers Market. (photo by Stephen Seeber)
    Lettuce entertain you

    Fresh faces at the Lititz Farmers Market It was opening day for Lititz Farmers Market on Saturday, May 2, and the weather couldn’t have been better. Cloud-tossed blue skies and a fresh breeze made it clear that...

    • Posted May 6, 2015
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  • Workers from the Tait and the General Sutter install the refurbished Roebuck Fountain at the Sutter patio last Friday morning. See video on the Lititz Record Facebook page. (photos by Stephen Seeber)
    Fountain facelift

    Repairs complete on beloved landmark Why were Paul Pendyck and Michael Tait directing traffic on East Main Street last week? The owner of the General Sutter Inn and the founder of Tait Towers (now Tait) were guiding...

    • Posted May 6, 2015
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  • Manheim Central senior pitcher Tanner Fahnestock delivers against Cocalico on Monday. He yielded just one earned run on five hits while going the distance for the victory. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Barons, Indians force one-game playoff for section title

    Manheim Central baseball coach Matt Huber was at home last Friday when he started receiving text messages from his players. It was good news. Turns out Section Three-leading Donegal had suffered a 1-0 loss to Northern Lebanon,...

    • Posted May 6, 2015
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