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Editor: Andy Fasnacht
News Editor: Patrick Burns
Social/Entertainment, Church/Obituaries: Melissa Hunnefield
Business/Campus: Emily Jacoby
Sports: Todd Ruth
Cocalico News: Aubree Fahringer
When: Ephrata Area school board meeting, Oct. 18, at Ephrata Middle School and streamed via Zoom.
When: Council meeting, Oct. 4.
A 57-year-old Ephrata man was seriously injured after a car hit him and then fled the scene on Tuesday night, according to Ephrata police.
When: Aug. 23 Borough Council meeting.
Federal prosecutors submitted photographs to a judge Monday in their bid to keep alleged Jan. 6 Capitol rioter Samuel Lazar behind bars until trial.
Winding through traffic — crossing into what was once an opposing lane — Ephrata Township’s newly completed diverging diamond caught the Lancaster Watchdog off guard.
When: Ephrata Area school board special voting meeting, Aug. 9.
Three Sisters Park, a Khmer and Thai restaurant in Ephrata Borough, is adding a quick-service location in Manheim Township.
When: Ephrata Borough Council meeting, Aug. 9.
For decades, the house at 207 E. Main St. stood halfway up the Main Street hill, the elegant home of Ephrata’s Grand Lady, Anne Brossman Sweigart.
A blaze that damaged an Ephrata duplex Sunday afternoon was accidentally set by a teen who was playing with fire, according to Ephrata police.