Volunteers are working to get the Robert Fulton Birthplace ready for its spring opening.
"We took ownership in March and started working right away," said George Stiles, president of the Southern Lancaster County Historical Society.
During part of his 22-year career as a U.S. Army combat engineer, David Wadsworth cleared improvised explosive devices from roads in Iraq.
Now retired, Wadsworth is back working the roads, although with a lot less stress.
When George Hassler and Ellis Ferguson opened their business on Quarryville's E. State St. in 1916, shoppers brought lists to store and clerks then used those lists to fill the orders.
Last year, their show drew 27 vendors.
This year, members of Quarryville Fire Company's Special Division added crafters to their spring show.
Volunteers from Middle Octorara Presbyterian Church are collecting donations for the congregation's annual yard sale.
"We're accepting items from church members as well as community members," organizer Dan Henry said last week.
By rights, 2017 should see the third annual Southern End Softball Tournament.
But scheduling problems and weather woes cancelled last year's event, making this the second annual staging of a tournament that debuted in 2015.
Solanco’s track and field teams traveled to Elizabethtown on Monday, April 10, with the boys (97.5-52.5) coming back victorious and the girls (71-79) suffering a tough loss.