• The Ephrata Review/Lititz Record Express win 15 state journalism awards

    The staff of the The Ephrata Review and its sister newspaper, Lititz Record Express, has won 15 Keystone Press Awards for journalistic excellence. Winners, announced last Thursday from a statewide journalism contest for work published in 2014,...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  •  Miller’s time at ‘The War’

    Former Ephrata pitcher Brandon Miller mowed down the last 14 batters he faced to lead Millersville University baseball to a 4-3 win Monday morning on the new turf at the Ephrata War Memorial field. The Marauders (16-6...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • Births – Reported March 25, 2015

    BELL, Laura, and Alan A. Eitnier, Ephrata, a daughter, at Ephrata Community Hospital, March 22. CLUBB, Ross and Allison (Royer), Ephrata, a son, at Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center, March 15. DEAM, Brandee, and Adam Walters,...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • Sack the snack bar?

    Borough ponders pool food sales. Pool members dislike vending machine option, favors “simplified” menu and traditional snack bar. By PATRICK BURNS Ephrata Borough officials are mulling over how to provide munchies at the Ephrata Community Pool this...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • We all scream for…Boehringer’s!

    Forget the fact that Saturday is the first day of spring – there is something more important afoot: Saturday, March 21, begins Boehringer’s season. Adamstown’s iconic drive-in restaurant, located at 3106 N. Reading Road (Route 272), will...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Scout soars with Eagle project… Adamstown Council on board with boy’s inspired improvement effort

    Kieran Marti, a Boy Scout with Asperger’s Syndrome, is soaring after meeting with Adamstown Council to gain approval of his Eagle Scout project. “This was the best presentation and request for a project that I ever saw...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • D.O.A.? West Cocalico pretty much ends possibility of a regional force

    The West Cocalico supervisors essentially shot down hopes of a Cocalico Regional Police Force – or at least one in which they would participate – during a lengthy and occasionally heated Tuesday, March 17, board session. The...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Denver initiates glossy paper recycling

    Although its delivery was hampered by snow and ice, Denver borough’s large green Ronald McDonald dumpster finally arrived on March 16 and is now calling the rear of the Denver Fire Company at 425 Locust St. home....

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • On the money: State, federal grants still goal of Cocalico board

    The Cocalico School Board voted Monday to pursue a series of federal and state grants, despite uncertainty about Gov. Tom Wolf’s approach to education funding. The board agreed to re-apply for federal grants that provide reading support,...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Rallying for the Relay: An honorary cancer survivor shares her story

    A rally was held last week by Relay for Life Norlanco. They are busy organizing their upcoming event in June. Honorary cancer survivor Cheryl Ackley was able to make it through the heavy fog, literally and figuratively,...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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