All posts by Aubree Fahringer

  • Longtime customers take over Union Barrel Works

    When Grant and Chasy Fronheiser became regulars at Union Barrel Works in Reamstown about ten years ago, they had no idea that they would one day be the owners of the establishment. The brewpub, located at 6...

    • Posted August 1, 2018
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  • Cocalico Area Leaders learn about recycling changes

    Municipal government, education and police department leaders in the Cocalico area heard Kathryn Sandoe, Chief Communications Officer at Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA), explain why Lancaster County recycling programs, as well as those nation-wide, had...

    • Posted August 1, 2018
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  • Denver resident requests sidewalk ordinance variance

    Denver council reaffirmed commitment to its borough sidewalk ordinance despite continued reluctance by a home owner at the corner of East Lancaster Avenue and Jefferson Avenue. Council granted a sidewalk completion date extension from Aug. 1 until...

    • Posted August 1, 2018
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  • Welcome to the wild

    When Denver Borough councilman Dan Rogers, of Sycamore Street, opened the door to his backyard to take out the dog on a hot, steamy Saturday, June 30, a three foot alligator was directly in front of him...

    • Posted July 11, 2018
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  • Denver eyes several issues for future action

    It was an upbeat and productive one hour meeting July 9 for Denver Borough Council. Everyone agreed to place three new issues on their agendas to better prepare for the future. President Blake Daub requested council examine:...

    • Posted July 11, 2018
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  • Woody waste site gets road renovation

    Supervisors approved closing the woody waste site located behind the municipal building from July 5 through July 26 at their meeting on Thursday, June 21. The woody waste site, located near the township’s recycling dumpsters, is used...

    • Posted June 27, 2018
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  • West Cocalico keeps sewer plans moving along

    Sewer infrastructure was a big topic June 18 in what even chairman James J. Stoner conceded was mostly a “boring meeting” sparsely attended by four or five residents. However, the board did chew on weighty issues such...

    • Posted June 27, 2018
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  • Morphy holds signage auction

    In a world of digitized advertising, it is nostalgic to know that some people still appreciate antique, vintage signage from well-known companies, some still in existance, some not. To the delight of history buffs, Morphy Auctions invited...

    • Posted May 31, 2018
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  • Dogs drive residents barking mad

    A little black and white Shih Tzu is reportedly disrupting properties at “wee hours of the morning” in the borough of Adamstown. the dog was talked about at the April 3 borough council meeting. “You don’t want...

    • Posted April 11, 2018
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  • Denver supports current zoning

    Denver Council weighed in as opposed to a special exception application for 352 Main St., Denver, at their April 9 meeting. The building is located in the downtown business district. Dale and Kim Latshaw, Ephrata residents, are...

    • Posted April 11, 2018
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