Wednesday Mar 12
Study on linking East Shore bicycle paths gets go-ahead from Derry Township
A study to link bicycle paths in eight municipalities between Lebanon County and Harrisburg was approved by Derry Twp.
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Wednesday Mar 12
Man sentenced in Lower Allen Twp. theft faces robbery charges in Dauphin County Court
Alfred C. Carrera II, 41, of Hummelstown, was sentenced in Cumberland County Court to 2 to 23 months of confinement for stealing $500 worth of groceries from the Lower Allen Township Weis Market.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
PennLive Book Club: Here's how to get your hands on a copy of 'TransAtlantic'
In case you missed the news, the PennLive Book Club has returned for another go-around .
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Hershey Communiity Chorus to Hold Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser, 4/3
The Hershey Community Chorus will be holding a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Thursday, April 3, 2014, at the Brownstone Masonic Lodge located at 215 W Governor Road Tickets for spaghetti with homemade meat or marinara sauce accompanied with tossed green salad, bread and butter, and beverage are $8.00 for adults and $6.00 for children under 12.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Cassel Vineyards of Hershey moving into the starting gate
The Cassel 'family' poses about this time last year in the tasting room. They'll start all over again on March 15. This weekend, the clocks move ahead.
RadioShack "will maintain market coverage" when it closes up to 1,100 stores: Business Buzz
At this time, RadioShack is not saying which stores it plans to close and it is not known if any of them are in the Harrisburg area.
Harrisburg's top code violators aren't necessarily the city's worst property owners
They are, Codes Administrator David Patton said this week, owners the city has been dealing with for while, and "have had a difficult time getting compliance with."
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Millbock Brewing Co. finds receptive, thirsty audience at Warwick Hotel's firkin night: Talking Beer
Millbock Brewing Co. is a two-man, upstart operation in Linglestown. Co-owners Albert de Bock and Alan Miller Jr. love making good craft beer almost as much as they love drinking it.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Pa. unveils new driver's license for veterans, to offer thanks and support
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Gina Stewart, of Hummelstown, became one of Pennsylvania's first veterans to receive a drivers license with the veterans distinction Monday.
Hummelstown bridge to close for repairs
The county-owned bridge at the intersection of N. Duke Street and South Hoernerstown Road has critical deficiencies that must be addressed, county spokeswoman Amy Richards said in a news release.
Duke Street Bridge in Hummelstown and South Hanover Township closing today
The Duke Street bridge in Hummelstown and South Hanover Township will be closed for repair by 2 p.m. today.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Daily Times
Personal experience makes recommending SU an easy choice
In the past, there have been reports of unruly behavior in that neighborhood. I would like to share an experience a friend, Dean Perdue of Snow Hill, and I had recently on the SU campus.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Angry man threatens Belco CU employees; President Obama via social media
Police in Dauphin County were alerted yesterday that a man was posting threats on facebook towards Belco Credit Union Employees, and the President of the United States.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Hershey Fire Company presents plans for new firehouse, asks Derry supervisors to guarantee loan
The Hershey Volunteer Fire Company doesn't have many commitments yet, but it should be able to get the $7 million it needs for a new firehouse through donations, grants and a loan without using taxpayer dollars, according to deputy chief Rodney Sonderman.
Here are (some of) the reasons your propane bill has skyrocketed: Analysis
Hummelstown resident Lawrence R. Watson wrote a letter last week asking why his propane bill had spiked up $1.80 a gallon over last year, to a painful $5.59 a gallon: The quick answer: Everybody agrees, there is a shortage, both in the Northeast U.S. and the Midwest.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Hummelstown Thon kid Bryce Carter tells his story of battling cancer...
Bryce Carter, a Thon child from Hummelstown, was met with a rousing applause when he told thousands of Thon-goers at the Bryce Jordan Center Saturday that he's 18 months cancer-free.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Hershey Fire Company to present $7 million plan for new firehouse
Derry Township needs a new firehouse, according to Rodney Sonderman, who is in charge of the project for the Hershey Volunteer Fire Company.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
From The Rumble Seat
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Recruiting: Meet Trey Klock
Our series resumes today as we look at a guy who might do something completely different than he's used to.
Mon Feb 17, 2014