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Road Closure – W Sun Hill Rd

W. Sun Hill Road, from Power Road to Junction Road, will be closed to through traffic on Wednesday morning, August 15th. The closing is for the milling and paving sections of the road, in this section. There will be a detour in place. Emergency vehicles, school buses, and mail carriers will be able to get […]

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Lititz RecCenter 5k Pretzel Run

September is almost here.  Don’t miss the 41st Annual Pretzel Twist and Kids Mile Marathon on September 22.  This 5K Run/Walk offers a new course this year and new Team challenges. If you are a business owner or are part of your companies wellness team, LrC challenges you to form a Corporate Team.  Register your […]

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Safe Driving in Amish Country

Driving through rural Pennsylvania will provide views of cornfields, cows, barns and horse-drawn buggies moving at speeds of around ten miles per hour or less. To ensure everyone is safe on our roadways: Slow down when approaching and passing horse-drawn buggies. Leave plenty of room to pass where it is safe and allow at least […]

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Road Closures – W Lexington Rd & Memorial Rd

W. Lexington Road, from Doe Run Road to Fairview Road and Memorial Road, from W. Lexington Road to Newport Road will be closed to all through traffic, during daytime hours on Tuesday, August 7th, not Monday, August 6th, as originally planned. The closings will be during daytime hours and will be for storm pipe, inlet […]

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Penn, Warwick & Clay Township region: Ranked 19th Safest Area in Pennsylvania

NLCRPD is 19th out of the top 50: Townships Top the 2018 List of Safest Communities in Pennsylvania Townships make up 45 of the top 50 spots for the safest “cities” in Pennsylvania in 2018. The list was compiled by the National Council for Home Safety and Security based on the most recent FBI uniform […]

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Lightning Safety

From PPL Electric Utilities Summer safety: Lightning Lightning may be spectacular to watch, but it also can be deadly. A lightning bolt contains millions of volts of electricity and is hotter than the surface of the sun, so it’s important to be safe. The National Weather Service says “When thunder roars, go indoors.” We couldn’t […]

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Oil & Chip Road Surfacing

The township uses oil and chip surfacing because it costs about 12 times less than resurfacing with asphalt or concrete. Oil and chip is used on lower-traveled and lower speed roads. Oil and chip resurfacing is approved by PennDOT for these kinds of roadways. It typically takes about two days for the loose stones to […]

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2017 NWLCA Drinking Water Quality Report

NWLCA Drinking Water Customers Please visit here to view the NWLCA 2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. For a translation of the water quality report or to speak with someone about the report please call (717) 664-0746. If you would like a […]

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Firefighter Crisis

For nearly three centuries, communities across Pennsylvania have relied on volunteer fire companies to protect property and save lives. Today, this volunteer model is in jeopardy. Across the state, local fire companies are struggling. Volunteers are dwindling and costs are soaring. Training requirements have intensified. With donations and volunteers harder to come by, the future […]

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PennDOT to Repair U.S. 322

PennDOT to Repair, Pave a 7.46-Mile Section of U.S. 322 Survey, clearing, and drainage work scheduled in advance of nighttime base repair and paving. Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will set work zone signs today announcing that on Tuesday, May 15, its contractor will begin surveying and clearing brush on a […]

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