•  Manheim VFW bows to GS in LNP quarters

      Taylor Rohrer did his job. The Manheim VFW lefty delivered a nasty 3-1 slider to Garden Spot’s Connor Finkey in a crucial sixth-inning situation last Thursday. “Taylor threw the perfect pitch and the kid (Finkey) caught...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  •  Waverunners place 14th at Leagues

      The Lititz Springs Waverunners competed at the Lancaster Summer Swim League Championships last Friday and Saturday at New Holland Pool and returned home with a 14-place finish (99 points). The Waverunners had 15 place-finishers combined in...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  •  Making their (Show)case

        To see Rothsville’s Forney Field abuzz with activity during the weekend is not unusual. Many times, however, it’s the Lancaster Polo Club which is entertaining the onlookers. There was no shortage of entertainment last Friday...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  •  One for the thumb

    Lititz’s Reed Martin knew to be prepared. If starting pitcher Justin Byler ran into trouble against Cocalico on Sunday night, he was the guy. “It wasn’t just out of the blue,” Martin said. “I warmed up a...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  •  Woodridge takes runner-up at League Championships

      Through the relay events last Friday at the Lancaster Summer Swim League Championships at New Holland Pool, Woodridge was setting the pace with 488 points, exactly 60 ahead of runner-up Overlook 428. They also had a...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Kratz on Shank: ‘He’s got what it takes’

      As a 29th round draft pick of the Toronto Blue Jays in 2002, catcher Erik Kratz knows the hard work that it takes to reach the big leagues. He’s played in 180 games with the Pirates,...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • New Warwick School District teachers Jami Zimmerman and Emily Wood
    New faces at Warwick

    Getting ready for the school year The Warwick School District named four new teachers at the July meeting of the Warwick School Board. Even though it’s the middle of the summer vacation, superintendent April Hershey said that...

    • Posted July 22, 2015
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  • Residents describe vibration problems

    The noise bothering Drue Bullington is not something you can hear. “It’s not an ear sound,” said the Moorland Court resident at the July 15 meeting of Warwick Township supervisors, adding that it is something he can...

    • Posted July 22, 2015
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  • Workers and volunteers with Phoenix Assistance Dogs of Central PA (bottom, left to right) Tanya Ruhl-Tuy, her son Dominick with Haru; Linzey’s mother Gail Dim and Nantuckey; Linzey Zoccola; Lisa Mansperger and Athena; and Kathy Vosburg with Titus. (Top row) Christine Spain Siko and Davy; and Jane Schappell with Marcus.
    Who let the dogs in?

    If you’ve recently visited Frizz and Freeze you may wonder “who let the dogs in?” The restaurant in downtown Lititz is a focal point for Phoenix Assistance Dogs of Central PA, a local organization that breeds and...

    • Posted July 22, 2015
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  • Rail trail project continues to move toward Ephrata

    It will be a real “greenway” when the Rails-to-Trails pedestrian path crosses East Newport Road in Warwick Township. Neon bright lime green, that is. At the July 15 meeting of Warwick Township supervisors, township manager Daniel Zimmerman...

    • Posted July 22, 2015
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