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Masonic Village Gets Final OK for Apartment Complex

The Elizabethtown Borough Council unanimously approved a request from Masonic Village to reduce the required sewage capacity for its planned 48-unit apartment complex. Normally, the requirement would be one Equivalent Dwelling Unit, or EDU, per apartment, which works out to 239 gallons a day. K. Craig Smith, a landscape architect with RGS Associates, told the […]

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Firewood, RV Rules Discussed at Marietta Council

Regulations about storing firewood in yards and requirements to hide recreational vehicles behind screens were once again the topics of discussion at the Marietta Borough Council. William Dalzell, of the Planning/Zoning Committee, said at the Borough Council meeting on Tuesday, July 10, that there were at least 10 residents in attendance at the last committee […]

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Categories Business NewsFeaturedNews

Elizabethtown Woman Named Vice President of Tech Company

VIZpin, designer and manufacturer of the VIZpin smartphone-based, Bluetooth enabled access entry system, has announced the appointment of Wendi Grinnell to the newly created position of vice president, effective immediately. Grinnell, of Elizabethtown, is a graduate of Rutgers University and has 20 years of marketing and sales leadership experience. She joined VIZpin in January 2017 […]

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Getting an Early Start on the (Servant) Stage

Kacy Hartman is a seventh grader at Elizabethtown Area Middle School, and has lots of acting credits to her name. She got her start at age 5 as an angel in a Christmas pageant, and has performed with the Susquehanna Stage ballet theater. The Servant Stage summer theater camp was recommended to her by her […]

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Categories FeaturedSports

Bears Blue Splits Two Games, Can Potentially Clinch Playoff Spot

With just a handful games left this summer, the Bears Blue baseball team needed to pick up some victories to ensure a spot in the postseason for the Lancaster County Midget Baseball League. Slowly but surely, that’s becoming a reality. Bears Blue first hosted Strasburg Willow Street of Lampeter-Strasburg on Wednesday, July 11. SWS opened up the […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: ‘Trump Party’ Agenda Must Go

Current political office candidates state Sen. Scott Wagner, Congressman Lou Barletta and Congressman Lloyd Smucker are card-carrying members of the Trump Party. Like President Donald Trump, these three appear to believe the following: — Trump and members of his campaign team are above the law and cannot be held accountable for any crimes. — Inhumane […]

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