• Improvements underway in Cocalico school buildings

    Summertime means construction time for schools, and the Cocalico School District is no exception to the rule this year. Work is ongoing at the administration building, where crews are painting walls and installing new carpeting this week....

    • Posted August 2, 2017
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  • South Fourth Street Bridge construction site in Denver set for signal

    A traffic signal allowing alternating single-lane traffic at the South Fourth Street bridge replacement construction site should be operating Wednesday, Aug. 2. Borough Manager Mike Hession explained this is pending UGI finishing the gas main relocation from...

    • Posted August 2, 2017
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  • Free activities at Reamstown’s National Night Out

    It’s time for a night out! The invitation is out for everyone to enjoy free games, food, bucket rides high in the air in a fire truck and meeting local police, firemen and ambulance personnel on Tuesday,...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • Reinholds Road Bridge over Swamp Creek reopens ahead of schedule

    The Reinholds Road bridge, which spans Swamp Creek in East Cocalico Township reopened to traffic at around Friday afternoon, July 21. Reinholds Road is officially designated as State Route 1055. This bridge was replaced as part of...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • All wet…but not anymore

    Take a good look at these photos taken of Reamstown Memorial Park following the heavy rainstorms of Sunday night into Monday morning. Water stood feet deep and ran swiftly through the park, displacing picnic tables and benches,...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • Jeff Sauder
    Jeff Sauder, incoming West Cocalico supervisor, devoted to his native municipality

      The newest West Cocalico Township supervisor comes onto the board with a positive view of a place where he has lived from birth. “I love the township the way it is,” Jeff Sauder told The Ephrata...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • Librarian Sharon Heaney and Jennifer, daughter of the late Mary Hartman whose American Girl doll collection was made available to the Adamstown Area Library, marvel at some of the collectibles. Items in the photo, along with 600 others will be for sale. Photo by Michele Walter Fry
    All dolled up in Adamstown

    Extensive American Girl collection to aid library fundraising efforts The Adamstown Area Library received a surprise donation recently about which the public will be excited to hear — boxes and boxes of American Girl dolls and items,...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • The posts, woodwork, doors are most original. Shutters were added later and slightly cover the date stone. Remnants of white paint are found on the frame of the side porch. Photo by Michele Walter Fry
    A part of Adamstown’s past on sale block Aug. 19

    A well-located property at which Adamstown residents see little activity will be auctioned Saturday, Aug. 19. Sonny’s Country Store Antiques sits at the intersection of Routes 272 and 897. It may not be busy now, but it’s...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • UGI ‘Get Gas Program’ available to 175 in East Cocalico

    Residents of East Cocalico Heights will have the opportunity to connect to gas through a program designed to provide natural gas service to additional areas currently unserved or underserved, the East Cocalico Township supervisors learned at their...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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  • Reamstown Pool snack bar cited for violations

    Reamstown Pool snack bar received a third published report of inspection violations. The news was published in LNP’s Sunday, July 23, edition. At the East Cocalico Township supervisors July 20 meeting, township Manager Scott Russell reported that...

    • Posted July 26, 2017
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