New stores to Hanover

New stores to Hanover

There are 124 comments on the Evening Sun story from Dec 2, 2010, titled New stores to Hanover. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Construction crews work on attaching steel trusses Thursday while building the new Target store at the Gateway Hanover shopping center on Carlisle Street.

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Anita Bryant

Hanover, PA

#103 Dec 13, 2010
Freedom For Gay Riders wrote:
<quoted text>As in this store will be gone within a year because it has no associaton (OH DA SPELLIN!!) with the Hanover area. How many people make quilts.(<<Question mark goes here dolt!!) If they do (freakin comma) they shop at local stores.
By the way you can change your quote (freakin comma) I am happily married with 6 kids (why did you marry six kids dolt?).(none by the way who shop at "Hobby Lobby".)(<<<now that is "creative" punctuation) And I talk to a lot of people and they all say the same thing(freakin comma) it is some gay store to be creative. Sorry not my cup of "tea" (quotes, because someone said "tea" earlier?).
No problem, I understand you and your family not "being creative", it is your right to not create anything while you are here on earth. The people that settled Hanover were quite crafty, maybe there are still some native Hanover families here instead of transplanted outsiders who hate crafts and creativity, and who stupidly use the word "gay" as a derogatory term "fer dat stiff'n dat da don like, er'understant". I love my freedom of speech to call you uncreative and stupid, although you really get credit for the "uncreative" part since you claimed it for you and yours, but I have identified you as a dolt...LET FREEDOM RING DOLT! LOL!!!!!
just a thought

Chambersburg, PA

#104 Dec 13, 2010
Freedom Rider wrote:
<quoted text>Gay!
Unenlightened homophobe. I find it interesting that for a town that is not interested in arts and crafts have supported a store for arts and crafts (AC MOORE). This will provide some competition that will hopefully benefit the shopper. Apparently you have never attended Dutch Day or Colonial Days that reflects the interest area people have in the arts and crafts, or the quilt auction at The Bretheren Home. And lets not forget about the buildings filled with home made items at the York Fair every year. Just because this is not an area of interest for you, does not make it wrong. But as you posted..freedom of speech and all that...again I will freely state ..unenlightened homophobe..
Responsible Person

Hanover, PA

#105 Dec 13, 2010
Freedom Rider wrote:
<quoted text>As in this store will be gone within a year because it has no associaton with the Hanover area. How many people make quilts. If they do they shop at local stores.
By the way you can change your quote I am happily married with 6 kids.(none by the way who shop at "Hobby Lobby".) And I talk to a lot of people and they all say the same thing it is some gay store to be creative. Sorry not my cup of "tea".
You have 6 kids for the rest of us to put through school? How LIBERAL! Thanks for the sky high taxes, try not to infect your costly kids with your hate! If you and wifey are going to make 6 more rednecklings to replace the uneducated mess that is "Duh Freedum Ridurr", please try to allow them the space to rise above their extremely humble beginnings (you!). Darwin says they are in massive trouble thanks to you, but maybe, just maybe you can keep your hateful trap shut around them and let them get educated and possibly grow up without the go-nowhere chains of bigoted thoughts and speech...it's your move, do you love your kids? Or do you want them to grow up to sound like you?

Just remember, you can't talk the way you talk on this forum in ANY job, there is NO "FREE SPEECH" AT WORK! Your boss and the public owns your ass, or you get fired...again, try not to pass it on.

Hobby Lobby, sounds fine to me, I bet they have made quite a good bit more money and have a great deal more success than ANY stupid redneck who complains about "American creativity". CRUSHED! LOL! LOL! LOL!

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#106 Dec 14, 2010
I actually never told you what you could or could not same, merely that referring to something as being "gay" wasn't appropriate in this context.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#107 Dec 14, 2010
Sorry. Could or could not say....not same.

I know how people on the board can get!
craft happy

Muncy, PA

#109 Jan 2, 2011
i am very pleased to see hobby lobby and 5 below coming to hanover. it takes me 20-30 mins to get across town to the over conjested eisenhower drive. it is what it is. it is a shame that the southern end of hanover does not get delveloped with more than grocery stores and walmart really. I prefer to shop the local small businesses tho.
Ashley

Hanover, PA

#110 Jan 3, 2011
Well, its not in the area of the new construction. But a young mother/ community member just opened a high end Kids consignment store in the sure fine shopping center in south Hanover. Its right by the UPS store and is filled with clothes, toys and Baby gear! Parents, Grandparents, anyone come cheack it out. The prices are great and the merchandise is like brand new
hollywood five

Hanover, PA

#111 Feb 4, 2011
fed up family guy wrote:
A Five Guys in the area is long overdue but not a positive thing for our waist lines....
Five Guys is listed as one of the worse restaurants, health wise in Eat This Don't Eat That book and on line. Just what we need another restaurant that is killing our kids. Will we never get a restaurant that sells healthy food (less salt and sugar with good fruits and vegetables) so we can teach our kids to eat the right things?
Boro Resident

Baltimore, MD

#112 Feb 4, 2011
hollywood five wrote:
<quoted text>Five Guys is listed as one of the worse restaurants, health wise in Eat This Don't Eat That book and on line. Just what we need another restaurant that is killing our kids. Will we never get a restaurant that sells healthy food (less salt and sugar with good fruits and vegetables) so we can teach our kids to eat the right things?
If you think these kind of places aren't operating in town, you're not looking. Five Guys is a fun treat. No one forces people to eat there all the time. We all need variety in our lives so get a Five Guys Burger one day, then head to the Warehouse Gourment or On the Go the next day and have something more healthy.

Or better yet, fix your food at home and eat really healthy and don't pretend that people have to rely on restaurants. If you're kids are learning what to eat from restaurants, you're not doing your job.
just saying

Chambersburg, PA

#113 Feb 4, 2011
Boro Resident wrote:
<quoted text>
If you think these kind of places aren't operating in town, you're not looking. Five Guys is a fun treat. No one forces people to eat there all the time. We all need variety in our lives so get a Five Guys Burger one day, then head to the Warehouse Gourment or On the Go the next day and have something more healthy.
Or better yet, fix your food at home and eat really healthy and don't pretend that people have to rely on restaurants. If you're kids are learning what to eat from restaurants, you're not doing your job.
I was kind of thinking the same thing.
welcome

East Berlin, PA

#114 Mar 20, 2011
WELCOME DARDEN RESTAURANTS TO HANOVER.. OH WAIT.. RED LOBSTER IS ALREADY HERE... SO WELCOME OLIVE GARDEN!! THANK GOODNESS! HOBBY LOBBY, GOOD GOOD, PETSMART, GOOD GREAT, AND TARGET... WHOOO HOOO! NOW WHAT WE NEED IS A COSTCO WHOLESALE CLUB!
likes sewing

Hanover, PA

#115 Mar 22, 2011
Freedom Rider wrote:
<quoted text>You got that right. Now we are getting some gay Hobby store. What do we need that for?
Because some of us are tired of going to York or even furthur away to buy fabric. I hear Joann's is coming but they need competition.
likes sewing

Hanover, PA

#116 Mar 22, 2011
It would also be nice to have a Sam's Club.
likes sewing

Hanover, PA

#117 Mar 22, 2011
When are they going to fill the empty stores in Hanover? The Boscov's that never came, the future empty Pizza Hut and the empty Giant store as well as some others in the strip on the south end? And why did they take the signs down at Hess and Sheetz that let you know the price of gas? I will not pull in without knowing the price first.
likes sewing

Hanover, PA

#118 Mar 22, 2011
Freedom Rider wrote:
<quoted text>Still sounds gay. We need a Best Buy. Don't you already have A C Moore to do your crafts?
A.C.Moore has squat for those how enjoy sewing! They don't even carry the selection of scissors that the one in York does.
Pyro Mikey from Kingsdale

Gettysburg, PA

#119 Mar 22, 2011
When are they going to open a store in Hanover that sells a good lighter. I was out trying to start another arson haybale fire when my BIC would not light. Myself and the underage accomplice had to drive around and find a convenience store that still gives away matches. I want one of those electronic lighters that I saw on TV, it lights een when wet. Now that's how you start a fire!
ehe

Hanover, PA

#120 Mar 22, 2011
likes sewing wrote:
When are they going to fill the empty stores in Hanover? The Boscov's that never came, the future empty Pizza Hut and the empty Giant store as well as some others in the strip on the south end? And why did they take the signs down at Hess and Sheetz that let you know the price of gas? I will not pull in without knowing the price first.
Who is "they" you talk about?
Jack the Ripper

Gettysburg, PA

#121 Mar 22, 2011
likes sewing wrote:
When are they going to fill the empty stores in Hanover? The Boscov's that never came, the future empty Pizza Hut and the empty Giant store as well as some others in the strip on the south end? And why did they take the signs down at Hess and Sheetz that let you know the price of gas? I will not pull in without knowing the price first.
If you have not noticed they are widening and re-building RT 94. I'm guessing the signs were taken down to complete the road work.

Since: Jan 09

Hanover

#122 Mar 22, 2011
likes sewing wrote:
.....snip.....
And why did they take the signs down at Hess and Sheetz that let you know the price of gas? I will not pull in without knowing the price first.
Just open your eyes and you will see the prices at both Hess and Sheetz. They just moved the signs so they could work on the street.
WGSXFrank

Hanover, PA

#123 Mar 24, 2011
With Ultimate Electronics going under, I really hope they're in talks with Best Buy to take the spot UE would've used. An HH Gregg wouldn't be bad either, but Best Buy would be better. We need a real electronics store in Hanover. I'm tired of having to drive to york all the time.

I love that Five Guys will be here. I sometimes stop in at the one in York. The burgers taste amazing! Fattening? Sure, but those things should be eaten in moderation anyways.

The one store I would really love to see would be Wegmans. I know that chances of a Wegmans coming to Hanover is slim to none... but I love that store. Whenever I visit my parents up in Scranton, I always stop in at the Wegmans up there in Dickson City so I can bring back some real QUALITY fruits and veggies as well as sushi. Gaint's produce is good (most of the time) but they have little variety.

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