All posts tagged "featured"

  • Supervisors address rash of roadside signs

    Also, Little League fields and Lititz Springs Pool dilemmas discussed The signs are everywhere in Warwick Township. The local farm stand announces a fresh crop of sweet strawberries. The first tomatoes of the season have arrived. There’s...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Main attraction: Ketchums to unveil renovated Ephrata theater Thursday

    Penn and Amiee Ketchum of Lititz hit the ground running after acquiring the Ephrata Main Theatre June 4. Enter the “New Main,” where workers immediately performed job one — installing 90 new high-back leather “rockers” in each...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Odd Fellows club Cocalico for third-straight win

    Pitcher Adam Kurtz was slated to go three or four innings for the Lititz Odd Fellows on Monday night. Having not played in the spring and still building his arm strength, the right-handed hurler wasn’t quite ready...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Polo season opens in Rothsville

      The Lancaster Polo Club hosted its first match of the season at Forney Field, Warwick Township, Sunday, June 11. A team from Maryland jumped to an early lead against a squad from Destiny Stables, Carlisle, and...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • ‘It’s never too late to claim your dream’

    MCHS Commencement 2017 Manheim Central’s 2017 graduation ceremony celebrated the students and their achievements. Families, friends, teachers, administrators, school board members, and retired teachers packed LCBC’s 2400-seat Manheim area facility on June 8 to celebrate the class...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Fireworks will return to park in 2018

    Safety codes require 70 feet of clearance per inch of shell. The Lititz July 4th fireworks show uses shells up to six inches requiring 420 feet of clearance from an active roadway, an occupied building or any...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • Tom Thumb visits Lititz

    On Wednesday May 14, 1879, something big happened in Lititz. This was the day that General Tom Thumb, the most famous little person in history, and one of the first worldwide celebrities, came to town. His real...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • Kababish Indian restaurant from Camp Hill traveled far to be a new stand at Taste of Lititz this year. They offered chicken tikka masala, tandoor grilled chicken, and other Indian foods, served by Wish Wasi and her co-workers.
    Taste of Lititz had something for every palate

    When you’ve got a good thing going, why mess with success? Back by popular demand at Friday evening’s Taste of Lititz block party, there was a massive pan of Spanish paella being stirred and meat-eaters were clamoring...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • Manheim Central’s Isaac Shenk (28) and Mason Nissley (far right) team up to deny Holy Redeemer hitter Ben Rachilla at the net last Saturday. Photo by Matt Libhart
    Four-time reigning PIAA champ Northeastern outlasts the Barons in State semi-finals

    Manheim Central boys volleyball coach Craig Dietrich was simply exhausted. So too were his players. How could they not be? Facing four-time reigning PIAA State Double-A champion Northeastern on Tuesday night, the Barons rallied from deficits of...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • Stiegel sendoff!

    On June 2, a parade was held to mark the closing of Stiegel Elementary School. Stiegel assistant principal Michael Pyle said that the purpose was to recognize the 103-year-old building and what it’s meant to to the community. It...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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