• Manheim’s newest K-9 officer

    Manheim’s newest officer, a K-9 named Casper, received his official badge on Nov. 14. The one-and-a-half year-old German shepherd and his partner, Officer Kirk Colwell, took the oath of office and then greeted council members. Mayor Scot...

    • Posted November 21, 2017
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  • A gift from Lititz to Lancaster

    Local spruce will adorn Penn Square for the holidays How do you load a 37-foot blue spruce tree onto a flatbed trailer without bending a branch? That’s what Lititz resident Randy Garner was wondering on Monday. He...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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  • Laurel Avenue Lights kicks off with free concert this year

    Everybody always asks Rich Motz the same two questions about his spectacular Laurel Avenue Lights display. How many lights are there? And how much does it cost to buy them all? “I have no idea, on both...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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  • Be prepared: Scouts hope to collect more than 12 tons of food Saturday

    Last Saturday, some 200 Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts braved the morning chill to support the Lititz Warwick Community Chest, dropping off bags and cards at some 10,500 homes in the Warwick School District for...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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  • Manheim chiropractor develops home spinal care device

      Dr. Ben Tanner has had an interesting spring and summer. The Manheim chiropractor, whose practice is Come Alive Chiropractic, attended open casting calls for TV’s Shark Tank. The product he was hoping to promote is the...

    • Posted November 15, 2017
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  • Supervisors rename park in honor of public works superintendent

    The 41-acre Linear Park in Warwick Township and Lititz Borough was one of the first projects that Dean Saylor supervised more than 24 years ago. Now the supervisors at Warwick Township are planning to honor the township’s...

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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  • GOP continues local dominance

    Local voter turnout was relatively high on Election Day Tuesday considering the chilly, wet weather and no national or gubernatorial appeal. The results came in as expected as the Republican candidates dominated all contested and non-contested races....

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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  • The final out: Warwick Little League says goodbye to Wilbur Fields

    It was a bittersweet farewell to Wilbur Fields on Sunday, Nov. 5, when the Warwick Little League marked its last time at the facility. Current Little League players, their coaches, past players and fans spent the afternoon...

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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  • Al Spoo honored by Lititz Garden Club

      October 9 was a special day for Al Spoo, Rothsville native and self-taught naturalist. Members of the Lititz Garden Club honored Al with a drop-in reception at Moravian Manor where he is a resident. Al spent...

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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  • Drawing attention to Lititz: New Yorker cartoon causes mixed reactions

      To the typical reader of The New Yorker magazine, Brendan Loper’s no-caption-needed cartoon, drawing attention to America and the NRA, could have depicted any small town in the U.S. But those who live in Lititz recognized...

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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