• East Cocalico leaders talk regional police force

    Features that make creating Cocalico Regional Police Department a beneficial move were outlined by East Cocalico Supervisors recently for the Ephrata Review. East Cocalico Police serve East and West Cocalico Townships, Adamstown and Denver boroughs. Representatives from...

    • Posted February 25, 2015
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  • Photo courtesy DVGRR

Bobbydarren Adams, pictured here in his  special holiday attire, passed Monday morning at the age of 10.
    A Golden passing…DVGRR chief’s beloved Bobbydarren dies at 10

    A dog who was dear to so many is gone. It was with heavy hearts that the staff of Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue announced Monday afternoon the passing of Bobbydarren Adams, a Golden Retriever belonging to...

    • Posted February 18, 2015
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  • Police coverage remains at large in West Cocalico

    It’s the issue that just won’t go away for the West Cocalico Township supervisors — police coverage for their municipality. At their Tuesday, Feb. 17, meeting, the supervisors noted that while they signed an agreement for a...

    • Posted February 18, 2015
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  • Barnstorming the fight against cancer

    Cylo, the Lancaster Barnstormers’ mascot made his way to the Relay Rally at the Cocalico High School cafeteria on Tuesday, Feb. 3, to spread the word about the upcoming Relay for Life of Norlanco and a special...

    • Posted February 11, 2015
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  • In the zone… Appeal decision hot topic at Denver council meeting

    The atmosphere inside Denver Borough Hall was as icy as the outdoors Monday, Feb. 9, as council members were grilled on a recent vote to appeal a zoning variance. Theo P. Notaras, realtor and listing agent for...

    • Posted February 11, 2015
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  • Photo by Stan Hall

This igloo in East Cocalico Township, the creation of Curtis Weaver, is certainly getting some attention.
    Yoo-hoo … it really is an igloo!

    Curtis Weaver is one guy who doesn’t let being a grown up interfere with his fun. Reliving his early teens, Weaver, now a 27-year-old feed delivery man, decided to construct a sizable igloo on his front yard...

    • Posted February 11, 2015
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  • Protection of terrapin habitat a big concern

    It’s a win for the bog turtles and other creatures, sometimes fighting for their lives in what used to be a more rural Lancaster County. For others in the Cocalico area, it’s a loss. However the developers...

    • Posted February 11, 2015
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  • Bogged down? Not a problem for these turtles in East Cocalico

    Bog turtles can now call East Cocalico a sanctuary township. The supervisors at their Feb. 5 meeting approved a termination agreement with Gary McEwen of Red School, LLC and Berks Homes for no future development of the...

    • Posted February 11, 2015
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  • Will they or won’t they? The fate of West Cocalico and a regional police force remains on the line

    It was a sort of do-or-die discussion about the proposed Cocalico regional police force that dominated the Feb. 5 meeting of the West Cocalico supervisors. In past council sessions, leaders said “they can, or might have to...

    • Posted February 11, 2015
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  • A cool way to share profits

    The staff of Cocalico Plumbing and Heating, Denver, presented the Good Samaritan Shelter, Ephrata, with a $900 check to help in the replacement of several windows at the women’s shelter. Jon and Sue Moyer, owners, matched dollar...

    • Posted February 4, 2015
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