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Cost to Renovate 2 Borough Buildings Estimated at $3 Million

An architect told the Elizabethtown Borough Council that the total cost for proposed renovations to two buildings will be about $3 million. Gary Weaver of the architectural firm Tippets/Weaver presented a feasibility study for the renovation plans for the existing borough building and a historic building proposed to be the new borough administrative offices to […]

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Local Governments Oppose Closing Elizabethtown Court

Days after Conoy Township supervisors agreed to oppose the closing to the magisterial district court in Elizabethtown, Mount Joy Township supervisors also agreed to oppose the closing and decided to reach out to other municipalities served by the court to form a coalition to keep the court open. “We haven’t received any official communication” about […]

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Elizabethtown Breweries Again Make Special Plans for Harrisburg Beer Week

The annual event is called Harrisburg Beer Week, but the name is misleading. It isn’t just for a week and it isn’t just in Harrisburg. Elizabethtown’s breweries are getting into the act once again. Moo-Duck Brewery across the street from the train station, Funk Brewing on Market Street downtown and Cox Brewing in Rheems are […]

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Speaker at College Promotes Compassion as Global Imperative

Compassion: Is it a nice idea or an urgent global imperative? That was the question posed by renowned British religion scholar and author Karen Armstrong at the start of her talk as she delivered the 2018 Ware Lecture on Peacemaking, hosted by The Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking at Elizabethtown College. Armstrong, who founded […]

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Categories CommunityFeatured

E-Town Group Plans Events for Alcohol Awareness Month

Every April, parents are encouraged to talk to their children about the effects of alcohol on their developing minds and bodies. Elizabethtown Area Communities That Care has planned events throughout April for Alcohol Awareness Month to engage community adults and youth. As a follow-up to the lessons learned during Red Ribbon Week in the fall, […]

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Prescription Drug Take Back Planned at Local Supermarket

Elizabethtown Area Communities That Care in partnership with local law enforcement, plans to host a prescription drug take back event as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The event will take place Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Giant Food Stores, 1278 S. Market St., […]

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Categories BaseballEAHS BearsFeaturedSports

EAHS Baseball Gets Two Victories, One Loss Against L-L League Opponents

The Elizabethtown Area High School baseball team extended its winning streak to five games before dropping one to an out-of-conference opponent. That fifth straight victory came on Wednesday, April 11, at Lampeter-Strasburg. Elizabethtown went nuts at the plate during the top of the second, scoring seven runs. A single from senior Cayden Livingston brought home […]

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Categories EAHS BearsFeaturedSportsVolleyball

Boys Volleyball Beats Ephrata and Garden Spot

The Elizabethtown Area High School boys volleyball team had a nice two-game stretch, beating two of their Lancaster-Lebanon League opponents at Daubert Gym to improve to 3-4 on the season. They swept Ephrata on Thursday, April 12, in all three sets. The first set was fairly tight between the two teams, though Elizabethtown eventually pulled […]

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