All posts tagged "featured"

  • Gold medalist Emma Schouten flashes a smile to family and friends after outdueling Hershey’s Sally Tafuto by 0.55 seconds in the District Three Triple-A 500 freestyle race at Cumberland Valley on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Pool-ing off history

     District golds for Schouten, medley relay Clearly, the Warwick girls 200 medley relay team has a long memory. That is, long enough to at least recall what happened at the District Three Triple-A Swimming Championships last year....

    • Posted March 9, 2016
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  • Senior David Heckel swims to a fifth-place finish in the 200 I.M. in 1:56.57 during Friday’s competition at the District Three Triple-A Championships. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    WHS boys shatter five records and place second at Districts

      Warwick senior Tim Griest has always considered Hershey to be the bar-setter for excellence in swimming. His perspective speaks of the Trojans’ dominance over the years. At the District Three Triple-A Championships last weekend, however, Hershey...

    • Posted March 9, 2016
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  • Former Warwick wrestler Ross Stockdale will make his MMA fighting debut when the 16th edition of the World Cagefighting Championships are held at the Lancaster Host this Saturday night. (Photo courtesy of Mike Bickings)
    Lock, Stock and barrel

      WHS grad ready for MMA fighting debut Ross Stockdale figured the transition wouldn’t be too much of a stretch. After all, the 2009 Warwick grad had wrestled in high school and then again at Elizabethtown College....

    • Posted March 3, 2016
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  • Some curb work on South Broad Street was done last fall in preparation for scheduled repairs and resurfacing of Rt. 501 through Lititz. Inlet work on the project starts March 9, and motorists could see some delays. (Photo by Stephen Seeber)
    Route 501/Broad Street repairs scheduled

    Inlet work planned over next few weeks, milling and base repair to start in May The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that on Wednesday, March 9, its contractor will begin inlet work as part of...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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  • Angela, Roberto and Claudia Suarez.
    Extended family: A Lititz-Costa Rica connection that goes back 25 years

    This is a story that started in 1990 when Roberto Suarez came from Costa Rica to Lititz as a foreign exchange student. He had no idea at the time that he would be starting a multi-generational exchange...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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  • Future City team members include (not in order) Emma Morgan, Sophia Nau, Gavin Troop, Shaddy Mahklouf, Alex Barney, Maxwell Davis, Ben Dubosq, Rachel McMullin, Mary Kate Oldham, Abby Smith, Nolan Rucci, Jon Bergh, Tate Cargas, Aaron Dickinson, Rylee Diffenderfer, Ethan Enteria, Trey Erb, Jake Hample, Amber Houser, Katy Kramer, Gracie King, Andrew McCracken, Lauren Reinhart, Matthew Waltz, and Charlie Wickenheiser.
    Warwick students finish 11th in national competition

    Last year, Warwick Middle School students took 12 place in the 2016 Future City National Finals engineering competition in Washington, D.C. This year’s team moved up to 11th place in the nation. “I am so proud of...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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  • The Wilbur factory on North Broad Street seems a bit nondescript without its 125th anniversary banners, which were taken down two weeks ago. Prospective buyers started touring the facility this week.
    What will become of the chocolate factory?

    Experts say it won’t be a manufacturing facility A buyer for the former Wilbur Chocolate manufacturing plant in downtown Lititz is expected to be named on or before April 15. Cargill Inc., which purchased Wilbur for $51...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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  • In the District Three Triple-A 170-pound finals last Saturday, Manheim Central’s Jared Siegrist (left) works for a takedown against Penn Manor’s Jack Zimmerman in his 10-6 victory. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Siegrist repeats at 170

    Throughout his wrestling career, including his days as a grappler and head coach at Penn State Univer-sity, Troy Sunderland has seen a common bond in those who win titles. “A lot of champions that I’ve been around,...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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    Schnupp overcomes illness to win first District gold

    As tough as the District Three Triple-A field was sure to be, Devin Schnupp had another battle on his hands last week. His health. The Warwick senior was sick for a couple days and still wasn’t feeling...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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  • Last fall, Chloe Phillips crossed being chosen Homecoming Queen off her to-do list. Now, she’s working
on becoming an ambassador for the Special Olympics in Lancaster County (Photo by Alan Johnson)
    Spreading the word: Manheim teen shares her experience with Special Olympics

    Manheim Central senior Chloe Phillips’ motto is “the sky’s the limit.” Born with Down Syndrome, her mother, Anne Phillips said that she has not let that define her. “From the first day, her dad, Eric, and I...

    • Posted March 2, 2016
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