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The grown-up ‘Show and Tell’
The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley started the new year off with one of its most popular events, the annual “Show and Tell” program. Held each January, the program invites members to bring unique or meaningful...
- Posted February 22, 2017
Happy trails ahead for townships
The Warwick to Ephrata Rails-to-Trails project was discussed at a recent Ephrata Township Supervisor’s meeting and the final connections are coming soon. The supervisors approved Wilson Consulting Group for engineering services regarding an abandoned railroad bridge over...
- Posted February 15, 2017
Wellspan wants boro name on $3M grant
Borough officials say municipality would bear no legal or financial liability for grant to help fund $10 million expansion of WECH’s cancer treatment center. Wellspan Ephrata Community Hospital is seeking a grant to help fund a possible...
- Posted February 8, 2017
Residents discuss sinking feeling with council
“We still do not know what caused this (sinkhole) and we may never fully know what caused this.” ~ Ephrata Borough Manager Robert Thompson Several residents still displaced by a giant sinkhole on Nov. 8 aired their...
- Posted December 7, 2016
ALDI in store for Ephrata Township
It appears that talk of an ALDI grocery store coming to Ephrata Township may be inching closer to reality. The plan is to convert the former CK Sportswear building adjacent to the Ephrata Marketplace Shopping Center, which...
- Posted November 2, 2016
Debate continues over public toilet’s proximity to Winters memorial
The statue which memorializes Ephrata’s Major Dick Winters will be a stop on the upcoming Celebrate Ephrata 2016 Tour of Historic Places event Oct. 22. It will also be the focal point of an annual Veterans Day...
- Posted October 12, 2016
Council approves $1.4 million for ‘smart’ meters
Ephrata Borough Council has voted to get ‘smart.’ Council on Monday approved the first $150,000 installment for nearly 7,000 smart electric meters that are expected to be placed within a decade at total cost of $1.4 million....
- Posted September 8, 2016
Area schools open Monday, New program links EASD freshmen
With the cool air that finally arrived this week, came that realization that it’s almost time for the school bells to once again ring in the area. Monday, Aug. 29 will indeed be opening day in both...
- Posted August 24, 2016
Open council seat filled
Three solid candidates. Three rounds of voting. But in the end, it was Greg Zimmerman who was Ephrata Borough Council’s choice to fill the vacancy created by the recent resignation of Dale Hertzog. Tina Thompson, Richard...
- Posted August 3, 2016
DEI, EHS partner on kiosk project
Downtown Ephrata Incorporated (DEI) has always been all about finding great opportunities for businesses within the central business district. However, a recent joint venture with Ephrata High School’s Desktop Publishing II class brought an opportunity for students...
- Posted August 3, 2016