All posts tagged "featured"

  • Bolivar Medina Jr.
    ‘Never forget’

    Thirteen years on, 9/11 memories stay with former NYPD detective, now the security officer at Warwick High School Thirteen years ago, it was just another day, albeit a beautiful one. Bolivar Medina Jr., a detective with the...

    • Posted September 11, 2014
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  • Representing the first class of Warwick's Athletic Hall of Fame are (from left) June Welk (mother of Julie Welk Bennett), Ed Nixdorf, Jeanne Kauffman (wife of Terry Kauffman), Jack Hurd, Dave Althouse, Jessica (Rose) Shellenberger, Meg (Abele) Garrett, Bob Derr, and John Male Jr. (son of John Male Sr.).
    The Warwick Nine

    First class represents during halftime at Hall of Fame game John Male Jr. still vividly recalls the night his father officially hung up his football cleats. It was during a Warwick-Ephrata alumni game that John Male Sr....

    • Posted September 11, 2014
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  • Anne Brubaker pauses for a selfie during her Xtreme Hike
    Birthday hike

    She went to Xtremes for her sister Anne Heisey Brubaker spent her birthday hiking 20 miles for her sister &tstr; and for Cystic Fibrosis (CF), a life threatening genetic disease that affects the lungs and digestive systems...

    • Posted September 11, 2014
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  • Manheim Central junior linebacker Brock Fittery (74) lunges to tackle a Hempfield ball carrier. (Photo by Dick Wanner)
    Turnovers prove costly for Barons in loss to Hempfield

    Early on last Friday night, Manheim Central had everything going its way while taking a 14-0 lead. Unfortunately for the Barons, it didn’t end that way. Hempfield capitalized on two turnovers by the Barons and pulled out...

    • Posted September 10, 2014
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  • Warwick senior defensive back Chris Borg (14) breaks up a pass intended for Garden Spot’s Zach Reed in the end zone on Friday night. Also defending on the play for Warwick is Tyler Melhorn (12). (Photo by Cathy Chapis)
    Mistakes haunt Warwick in 31-21 loss to GS

    There is no disguising the identity of Warwick’s offense. They are built to run the football. So when the Warriors’ opponent capitalizes on big plays, it means trouble. Manheim Central proved that in week one and then...

    • Posted September 10, 2014
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  • LR20140904_CPool7
    Swimming off into the sunset

    Amway ends four-decadecareer at community pool After 40 years on the job, Andy Amway finished out his final summer managing the Lititz Springs Pool with a splash by working on Labor Day, a day that the rest...

    • Posted September 3, 2014
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  • James Wenger of Derck & Edson Associates discusses changes to the Rock Lititz master plan at a 7 a.m. meeting Wednesday in Warwick Township. (photo by Patrick Burns)
    Size matters

    Rock Lititz seeks flexibility on signage dimension to reflect an “innovative and interesting” approach. The Warwick Township Board of Supervisors approved changes to the Rock Lititz campus project Wednesday morning and will mull over a proposed amendment to the...

    • Posted September 3, 2014
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  • The old barn along East Newport Road (near the Turkey Hill) has been idle for years. A new bakery/restaurant/banquet facility will open here next spring. (photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Old barn back in business

    Zieglers to open bakery, restaurant, catering business next spring An old barn has found new life. On Aug. 26, a groundbreaking ceremony took place along East Newport Road, celebrating the birth of Brick Gables, future home of...

    • Posted September 3, 2014
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  • While being guarded closely by a Garden Spot defender, Sara Schouten looks to create a scoring opportunity in Warwick’s offensive
end of the field.
    Warwick wins 2-1 thriller over MT

    Schouten nets hat trick vs. GS By now, the Warwick girls soccer team’s mantra is becoming second nature to its players. Fail amazingly. To some, it probably sounds confusing. To the Lady Warriors, those two words make...

    • Posted September 3, 2014
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  • Warwick senior Alex Dagen (right) tries to tuck the ball away as Manheim Central’s Frank Bowman moves in for the tackle.
    Big plays boost Barons over the Warriors, 42-6

    It was no secret that Ian Hanselman and Mark Royer were going to be hard to replace in Manheim Central’s backfield this fall. Royer was the Section Two Offensive Back of the Year in 2013. Hanselman ran...

    • Posted September 3, 2014
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