All posts tagged "featured"

  • The Rock Lititz Tour will return to town next April.
    The bikes are back

    Rock Lititz Tour will return in 2015 as a weekend event The organizer of the Rock Lititz Tour bike race is ready to resume the event next spring. Organizer Rich Ruoff, who put together 13 races a...

    • Posted August 27, 2014
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  • LR20140828_CLynnMG7
    Big show, small cars

    Taste of Britain fills Forney Field Don and Ruthmary Newell turned in to the LANCO MG Club “A Taste of Britain” car show Sunday at Forney Field in their bright red 1959 Morgan Plus 4 convertible after...

    • Posted August 27, 2014
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  • LR20140828_CAntiquesLynn6993
    A memorable day

    Sketch Mearig collection big draw at park antique show Collectors of all things Lititz had a fresh market of local memorabilia to choose from at this year’s Lititz Springs Park Fall Antique Show, thanks mainly to the...

    • Posted August 27, 2014
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  • LR20140821_CScrimmage155
    Bragging rights at stake Friday night

    Opening night for the high school football this season is this Friday, and in the Record Express coverage area, week one offers a perfect match-up with Warwick and Manheim Central taking the field for a back-yard brawl....

    • Posted August 27, 2014
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  • Lititz’s Andrew Wenger goes on the attack in the Philadelphia Union’s 4-2 win over the San Jose Earthquakes last Sunday night. The 2009 Warwick grad scored two goals to lead the offensive assault. (Photo by Greg Carroccio/Philadelphia Union)
    Wenger nets two in Union’s win over ‘Quakes

    If he had been healthier, Andrew Wenger might have been more of a presence for the Philadelphia Union on Sunday night. “I haven’t been feeling well for a couple days,” the 2009 Warwick grad said. “I wish...

    • Posted August 27, 2014
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  • LR20140821_CWebber 031
    Webber ‘gave his tomorrow for my today’

    Belgian adopts Lititz WWI grave In mid-June I received an email from Erik De Bruyne of Belgium. He said that his family had adopted the grave of Raymond L. Webber, an American soldier who died there during...

    • Posted August 20, 2014
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  • LR20140814_CTheatreRudy
    Was showing

    Lititz’s early movie theatres Many remember the old Lititz Theatre, which I wrote about extensively back in November 2011 in this newspaper. From 1935 to 1964, it served the community both young and old. However, this wasn’t...

    • Posted August 20, 2014
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  • Photo by Lynn Rebuck
     Word travels

    ‘Coolest’ accolade draws cruisers to Lititz Pittsburgh-area car lover Marianne Caruso read about Lititz in a magazine after it was named the Coolest Small Town in America. Intrigued, she and her husband, Ron, decided to pay a...

    • Posted August 20, 2014
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  • Manheim Central’s Grace Kensinger used an array of shots like this two-handed backhand in the No. 1 singles match to outlast Warwick’s Maddie Class two sets to one on Monday.
    Lady Barons outlast Warwick in opener

    Marander Moyer’s fortitude symbolized Manheim Central’s effort against Warwick on Monday. Moyer and her teammate Olivia Oxenrider were down 4-1 at second doubles, but battled on. In the end, they came back to defeat Warwick’s Meg Barr...

    • Posted August 20, 2014
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  • Fifty of the artisans are slated to provide demonstrations of their skills during the show.
    Root’s welcome artisans Labor Day weekend

    Summer may be ending, but Craft Show season is still in full swing. Those who didn’t get enough exposure to skilled artisans and their wares at the Lititz Rotary Craft Show, can have a hefty second helping...

    • Posted August 20, 2014
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