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New Restaurant Planned Near Elizabethtown’s Railroad Station Featuring Farm-to-Table Dining

Amy Kreamer has fond memories of growing up in Elizabethtown. Of her mother cooking up gourmet meals from scratch and of breakfast outings with her father. Those memories are even more precious now that her parents are no longer here. And soon, she plans to recreate them for others to enjoy. In June, construction will […]

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Masonic Villages Names Longtime Lawyer as Its Chief Executive-Elect

William L. Kingsbury was selected CEO-elect for the Masonic Villages by the Masonic Villages’ board of directors. Kingsbury will become CEO for the Masonic Villages on Dec. 1, 2019, upon the retirement of Joseph E. Murphy, who has served as the senior executive for the organization since 1983. Kingsbury will be responsible for the day-to-day […]

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Elizabethtown Native to Deliver Easter Sermon at Arlington

Chaplain (Brigadier General) Ed Brandt, a native of Elizabethtown, is scheduled to deliver the sermon at the Arlington National Cemetery Sunrise Service beginning at 6:30 a.m. in Arlington, Va., on Sunday, April 21. The morning service will include “Pershing’s Own” U.S. Army Band and participation by a number of Army chaplains. Chaplain Brandt currently serves […]

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E-Town Library Opens Business Center to Help Entrepreneurs

For many years, the Elizabethtown Public Library has served as a resource for individuals seeking work and those striving to achieve their dreams. Now, entrepreneurs and business people can take their next steps in success at the library by using the new Business Center on the second floor. The Business Center houses a collection of […]

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Recent Food Service Safety Inspections in Greater Elizabethtown

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a risk-based inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers. Following are recent local inspection reports. Gingrich’s Food Market, 216 W. Hill St., Bainbridge, follow-up, Dec. 20. Commercially processed refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/temperature control for safety food (Lebanon bologna, sweet bologna, chicken breast, deli ham and cheese), located in […]

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Historic Bube’s Brewery in Mount Joy Has New Management, Among Other Changes

Bube’s Brewery Dining and Entertainment has announced that they are ready for some changes. They have a new executive chef, established new menus, developed new entertainment venues and have appointed a new operations manager, Dustin Wilcox. Wilcox, a North Carolina native, has more than 11 years of industry management experience. He has managed at all […]

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Recent Food Service Safety Inspections in Greater Elizabethtown

The Pennsylvania, Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a risk-based inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers. Following are recent local inspection reports. Hennigan’s, 1990 W. Main St., Mount Joy, complaint, Dec. 12. Food employees preparing food not wearing beard covers. A half-gallon of milk beyond the sell-by date of 12/10/18 on this day, Dec. 12. Duct tape, not cleanable, being used to […]

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Elizabethtown Businesses Vie in Contest For Seasonal Storefront Decorations

A local business coalition is organizing a holiday window decorating competition for businesses in the Elizabethtown area. Christmas TreE-town, which is an initiative of the Elizabethtown Area Chamber of Commerce, has invited all businesses in the Elizabethtown area to decorate a storefront window for the competition. The theme for the competition is “old-fashioned Christmas,” which […]

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Candle Company That Began in Home Expands to Mount Joy Warehouse, Office

A candle company that began as a hobby in a Mount Joy couple’s home has moved into a 3,300-square-foot warehouse and office space off of Main Street in Mount Joy. Fontana Candle Company operations moved into the new space on Thursday, Nov. 1. Located only a few minutes from its humble beginnings in founders Katie […]

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