Monday Apr 14
The Lebanon Daily News
Township supervisors' workshop in Hershey focuses on sinkholes
HERSHEY >> Palmyra has seen its share of sinkholes, but it isn't the only place in Pennsylvania that has to deal with them.
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Fri Apr 04, 2014
Remembering Maxwell Duesterhoeft: 'always had a smile on his face'
He was a former shift manager at the McDonald's restaurant in Yocumtown and was recently a technician with Flight Systems Inc. in Lewisberry.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Beer Brackets Round Five: The final matchup
And which beers muscled their way successfully through four brutal rounds, toppling popular beers from the likes of Troegs and Oskar Blues? This is one momentous face off, as these brews have provided some of the most exciting upsets in a competition with more than its share of surprises.
Landmark Enola restaurant to rise from ashes
The owners said they hope to reopen in September once the 200-year-old barn that housed the restaurant has been restored.
Ex-officer waives hearing in child corruption case
A former police officer accused of sending sexually explicit text messages to a 13-year-old girl has waived his preliminary hearing in the case.
abc27, 1,600 others lose power in uptown Harrisburg
Crews had to wait for clearance from Norfolk Southern to make sure it was safe to access the line and make repairs.
Crash in East Pennsboro claims life of 17 year old
Cumberland County Coroner identifies the 17-year-old that was killed in a crash that happened just before 11 p.m. Friday.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Family, friends, bid farewell to York County man found dead in Swatara Creek
Max Duesterhoeft was a man of many passions who, at the age of 21, was looking ahead to a bright future when tragedy struck earlier this month.
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Noteworthy: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
St. Michael's Orthodox Church, 131 N. Willow St., will hold Lenten vespers at 4 p.m. Sunday, the Fifth Sunday of Great Lent.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Five new Court Appointed Special Advocates to be sworn in Wednesday in Cumberland County
Five new volunteers who will be standing up for children in the court system will be sworn in at a ceremony Wednesday.