All posts tagged "featured"

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    Officials caution kids and parents amid ‘scary clown’ phenomenon as Halloween approaches

    Real clowns impacted by negative public reaction A spotlight in recent months, even wrangled over during the vitriolic Trump-Clinton debates, has emerged on police profiling. And while political views vary, there’s one group the public appears united...

    • Posted October 26, 2016
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  • Photo by Laura Knowles Junior Council member Emma Phillips made a birthday cake for Mayor Tim Snyder. Everyone in council chambers got a slice during Tuesday night’s meeting.
    Borough council on the fence about closing part of East Main for Fire & Ice

    To close Main Street, or not to close. That was the question at Tuesday evening’s Lititz Borough Council meeting, when organizers for February’s Fire & Ice Festival requested closing East Main Street from Broad to Water Street....

    • Posted October 26, 2016
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  • Warwick’s McKenzie Cossette (12) and Jackie Barilar (21) look to block Lampeter Strasburg hitter Becca Cohen (10) at the net in the Lady Warriors’ 3-0 shutout in the League playoffs last Saturday. Photo by Stan Hall
    One more to go: Warwick girls reach first-ever L-L championship match

    During a timeout late in the fourth game Monday night, Warwick girls volleyball coach Brad Glouner made a request of his players. “I said, ‘Put your arms around each other. We’re a big family, we’re going to...

    • Posted October 26, 2016
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  • Both Warwick and Manheim Central’s marching bands will be
performing in the Cavalcade of Bands at MC’s Elden Rettew
Stadium this Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Manheim Central will be exhibiting
their 2016 show, “Revolutions,” an homage to the Steampunk
movement. (Photos by Alan Johnson)
    Baron competition to include 19 bands

      The Manheim Central Band Boosters will host the 15th annual Baron Invitational Band Competition on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Elden Rettew Stadium. Gates open at 2:30 p.m. This Cavalcade of Bands sanctioned event will showcase the...

    • Posted October 26, 2016
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  • Sitting atop the arched bridge in Lititz Springs Park, Nicole Jackson, secretary and co-founder of the Sweet Pea Project, reads the names of loved ones lost as candles honoring their memories are placed in the stream.
    The club no one wants to join

    Hundreds pay tribute to their Sweet Peas during touching ceremony in Lititz Springs Park As the sun set in pink and orange at Lititz Springs Park, tiny candles of light flickered in the stream. As a guitar...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Democratic candidates Christina Hartman (Congress) and Charlie Klein (State House) shared their political views with local voters during a Second Friday meet and greet in downtown Lititz
    Democrats enjoy strong turnout at meet and greet

    Local Democratic candidates Christina Hartman and Charlie Klein were in town during Second Friday for a meet and greet at Lititz Framing & Fine Arts. George Sayles, owner of the North Broad Street business, invited the two...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Warwick’s Kate Dickow (4) fights for the loose ball with an Annville-Cleona player Saturday in the L-L Quarterfinals. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Comets blow past Warwick in L-L semis

    Things may have started slowly in both games of the Lancaster-Lebanon League field hockey semifinals Tuesday night, but a pair of hat tricks ensured a repeat trip to the finals for Penn Manor and Donegal. Playing in...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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    Eric Wolf: stirring the local political pot since 1984

    You may remember, if you’re old enough, the presidential election of 1984. Where incumbent Republican Ronald Reagan and his running mate, George H. W. Bush, were slinging all kinds of mud and scandalous invective at the other...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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  • Andy Blackburn/Staff District Attorney Craig Stedman speaks at a press conference Friday in Lancaster.
    DA won’t prosecute former MC student

      By Patrick Burns Manheim Central senior classmates arrived for their final day of school on Thursday, June 9. There were no classes scheduled, only rehearsal prep for graduation ceremonies later that evening. But those students awoke...

    • Posted October 19, 2016
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