All posts tagged "featured"

  • !!!Akron
    Akron Mayor’s salary questions linger

    President halts heated exchange between mayor, councilman Akron Mayor John McBeth has hired a lawyer and is prepared to file a lawsuit against the borough. McBeth’s attorney, Glenn Smith of the CGA law firm in York, said...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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    Boro restructures Ephrata Rec’s debt

    Boro restructures Ephrata Rec’s debt Future defaults could lead to removal of director and boro control of the of Rec board   Ephrata Borough Council unanimously approved a repayment agreement with the Ephrata Rec Center that restructures...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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  • Ephrata Youth Football, a subsidiary of the Ephrata Gridiron Club, has reached a mutual agreement with the Ephrata Rec Center to take over the midget football program. (Review File Photo)
     Rec hands off midget football to new group

      Ephrata Rec Center Executive Director Jim Summers estimates that midget football was established here some time in the early-to-mid 60s. And from the time the first leather helmet was strapped on in the 60s until now,...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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  • Photo by Preston Whitcraft

Four talented seniors will say goodbye to the Cocalico High School television studio following four years of creativity there. From left are Margot Register, Adam Stec, Matt Mohlenhoff, and Jordan Burkholder.
    Making TV history at Cocalico High School

    The Cocalico High School television studio has become home to creative students, many of whom will pursue degrees in film and advertising when they graduate this spring. “It’s like a family down here,” said senior Adam Stec,...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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  • Photo by Kimberly Marselas

Cocalico High School girls will have a great choice of dresses from 'Cinderella's Closet.'
     Raiding ‘Cinderella’s Closet’ at CHS

    Like fairytale princesses, dozens of lucky Cocalico High School students will have some fairy godmothers to thank this prom season. Donors have given more than 130 dresses to the school’s “Cinderella’s Closet” which will open its doors...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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  • CAFE will present “The Secret Garden” at The Ephrata Main Theatre
March 13-15. The production stars (left to right) Austin Nedrow,
Shawn Gable, Lauren Elledge, and Preston Cuer. (Photo by Laura Knowles
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    CAFE presents ‘The Secret Garden’

    There are stories so beloved, so powerful, and memorable the tale lives on in the hearts and minds of generations. This is how many feel about “The Secret Garden.” First appearing as a serial in 1910, Frances...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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    Hospital plans yet another expansion

    Wellspan Ephrata Community Hospital is working through another expansion plan at the hospital’s main campus. At Monday night’s work session of Ephrata Borough Council, Development Activities Committee Chair Susan Rowe said they would ask the full council...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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  • Cocalico’s Sam Marino (right) cheers on teammate Sidney Evans as she makes her final turn in the 500 free¬style Saturday at Districts. Evans went on to capture the gold. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Marino, Evans win titles, lead Cocalico to second-place finish

    After an outstanding day in the pool Friday, the Cocalico girls took it to a whole new level Saturday at the District Three Swim Championships held at Cumberland Valley High School. The Lady Eagles, who won five...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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  • Jason Coletti, shown here talking to his team during a timeout this season, has stepped down as Ephrata boys basketball coach.
    Coletti steps down as EHS boys coach

    Ephrata boys basketball Coach Jason Coletti has announced he is stepping down after four seasons at the helm. Coletti announced his decision to his players last Thursday at the season-ending team banquet. In his four years, Coletti...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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  • Work on the bridge replacement project at 405 S. Reading Road includesthe relocation of water lines to the wastewater treatment plant. The project started last month and is expected to be completed by May 22.
    New bridge; New pipe

    Two sewer lines to be combined as part of South Reading Road bridge replacement project financed by PennDOT by Patrick Burns Chances are you’ve probably noticed those huge pipes resting near the skate park and the wastewater treatment...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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