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    What’s on Tap, Micro Breweries Events, Specials, and Weekly Drafts.

    To Download  (Click Here) Local Micro Breweries events, specials, and weekly drafts. Look for this section every other week in the Ephrata Review & Lititz Record! To Advertise on this page, Please contact your Sales Representative 717-721-4413.   ...

    • Posted July 14, 2016
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    Take Flight to Fiorentino’s This Summer

    Take Flight to Fiorentino’s This Summer Experiencing Fiorentino’s in summer is all the things you love about summer, like summery cocktails, refreshing beers, fresh flavors and outdoor dining beneath blue skies or sultry starlight. Located at the...

    • Posted July 14, 2016
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    ‘Pokemon Go’ fever grips Ephrata area

    No, it’s not just a kids game. People of all ages have been gathering around historic landmarks, churches, memorials, parks, beaches, and pretty much everywhere with their eyes glued to their phones over the past week. Anyone...

    • Posted July 13, 2016
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  • Deb Bucia (front) and her dog Max were reunited with the help of (back row, left to right) Wanda Williams, clinical coordinator; Audrey Muskee, practice manager; and Lindsey Miller, office assistant; at WellSpan Family and Sports Medicine Cocalico. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Dog, patient reunited

    Thanks to the efforts of two staff members of WellSpan Family & Sports Medicine Cocalico, Deborah “Deb” Bucia is reunited with her emotional support dog, Max. The 57-year-old Berks County resident, who suffers from severe depression, adopted...

    • Posted July 13, 2016
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    Local cops respond to recent police tragedies

    Lititz Police Chief Kerry Nye and Ephrata PD boss William Harvey responded on Tuesday after two days of horror on the national stage began with the tragic deaths of two black shooting victims stopped by police on...

    • Posted July 13, 2016
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    Ephrata Councilman Hertzog Resigns

    Late into Monday night’s meeting, Rowe made the unexpected announcement that first ward council member Dale Hertzog had tendered his resignation, effective immediately. In order for his resignation to take effect, it had to be accepted by...

    • Posted July 13, 2016
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    Issues surface at Ephrata Pool

    Local residents addressed growing concerns at the Ephrata Community Pool during Monday night’s borough council meeting. Lynn Reinhold, a long-time supporter and patron of the pool, said guests have been smuggling in alcohol. Other residents have noticed...

    • Posted July 13, 2016
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    EASD talks tech with parents

    The future is now at the Ephrata Area School District. This fall, all fifth and sixth graders will be assigned iPads, while those in seventh through 12th grade will be assigned laptops. The move signals a major...

    • Posted July 6, 2016
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  • Vince DePaul serves up Lancaster Brewing Company’s popular seasonal “Blue Trail Lemon Blueberry SHandy." Photo by Patrick Burns
    Ephrata Brewfest Success!

    “Really good beer, really good people, and really good weather.” That’s how Ephrata resident Ron Malkin summed up the inaugural Ephrata Brewfest last Saturday. The event, which was three years in the making, amazed even veterans of...

    • Posted June 29, 2016
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  • (Left to right) Chief William Harvey, Lt. Thomas Shumaker, Lt. Christopher McKim, Mayor Ralph Mowen, and Scott McCloud hold a box donated to Ephrata that honors Ephrata Police chief James McCloud, who held the position from 1926 to 1928. Photo by Patrick Burns
    McCloud proud

    Months of indecision preceded Scott McCloud’s call to the Ephrata Police Department in December. Even as Lt. Christopher McKim picked up the phone, McCloud wasn’t convinced if Ephrata PD would be interested in items he’d gathered in...

    • Posted June 29, 2016
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