• If these bricks could talk…

    Roughly 200 memorial brick pavers are gracing Veterans Honor Park of Lancaster County, which sits across from Lititz Public Library. The bricks are the personification of this park. These are memorials to real people, with names on...

    • Posted June 12, 2019
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  • Veterans Honor Park dedicated

    When Robert Kornman works on a design he starts with a rolled-up sheet of paper and he saves everything. His latest project, a true labor of love, was not coming together easily. With only two rolls of...

    • Posted June 12, 2019
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  • ‘Never sit still’

    Ruth Steffy Spahr shares the secret to turning 100 She was born six months after World War I ended and was alive for every other major war in the 20th century. She was around for 30 years...

    • Posted April 17, 2019
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  • Warwick students shine at science fair

    After more than 50 hours and a lot of math, Trey Watts learned two important lessons. The first was the critical life lesson to avoid procrastination. The second was a scientific lesson, realizing that slime molds are...

    • Posted March 13, 2019
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  • As one of his lineman flattens a Governor Mifflin pass rusher, Manheim Central QB Evan Simon unleashes a pass in the Barons’ 51-14 win last Friday in the District Three 5A playoff quarterfinals. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Barons click in 51-14 rout of Governor Mifflin

    MC punches ticket to District semi-finals A visitor interrupted Evan Simon’s conversation with his grandfather to congratulate him on his team’s win in the District Three 5A playoff quarterfinals last Friday night. “We are rolling,” Manheim Central’s...

    • Posted November 14, 2018
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  • Manheim Central freshman Hannah Adair (3) tries to get around an ELCO defender in last Saturday’s L-L League playoff quarterfinals. Photo by Alan Johnson
    CV edges Central in L-L semi-finals

    Kelli Kreider called it a game of inches. Unfortunately, for Kreider and her Lady Baron teammates the ball rolled inches away from her out-stretched hand and into the netting with 7:42 remaining in the second overtime and...

    • Posted October 19, 2018
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  • All fired up

    It took a woman for Kevin Michael to build a kick-butt hot rod. Or maybe the car helped him forget the woman. Going through a bad divorce in 2011-12, Michael poured himself into rebuilding a 1940 Ford...

    • Posted August 8, 2018
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  • Father O’Blaney: A gem at St. James

    From the slopes in Vermont, to the race track in New York and the streets of Brazil, Father James O’Blaney has traveled the world impacting lives while acquiring many skills and talents. “I would say it has...

    • Posted August 1, 2018
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  • Falcons hold off Warwick in District quarterfinals

    There was no hesitation, no pause to reflect. David Machamer summed up why his team beat Warwick in one word: emotion. “My kids did not lose the emotion,” said Machamer, Lower Dauphin’s boys’ volleyball coach, whose team...

    • Posted May 23, 2018
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  • Manheim Central’s Ben Burkhart (2) looks to push the ball past Warwick blockers Jake Lobb (left) and Noah Miller (24) in Monday’s L-L League playoff semi-fianls. Photo by Alan Johnson
    Barons advance to L-L finals by holding off pesky Warriors

    Ben Burkhart plays volleyball as if he’s an old school point guard on the basketball court, nothing flashy, just steady play — sort of the Maurice Cheeks of volleyball. The Manheim Central setter effortlessly puts his teammates...

    • Posted May 16, 2018
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