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  1. Route 11/15 closure: Residents say project is painful but necessaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 7 |

    Ken Anderson of Newport discusses safety aspects of the Route 11/15 rock slope project with Yvonne Trost of McCormack Taylor, engineer working on the project. The way Debra Mirenzi of Rye Township sees it, the mountainside along Route 11/15 outside Marysville is "going to come down one way or other."


  2. Lower Dauphin School District seeking ways to attract more substitute teachersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 |

    The Lower Dauphin School District has been finding it increasingly difficult to find substitutes when teachers are out sick or must leave the classroom for other purposes. For that reason, the school board will vote at their Oct. 19 meeting to raise substitute pay to $100 a day and to join an organization called the Substitute Teacher Service.


  3. Laptop distribution to Lower Dauphin students went smoothly, administrators sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 |

    Most ninth and tenth grade students in the Lower Dauphin School District have now received laptop computers, courtesy of the district. Assistant superintendent Todd Neuhard told the school board Monday that the rollout of the new one laptop per student initiative went smoothly this week.


  4. Lumber rafting in Pennsylvania on tap for woodland owners meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    When lumber was king in Pennsylvania massive rafts of fresh-cut lumber were floated to market down the Susquehanna River and other rivers of Pennsylvania. Huge rafts of freshly cut timber coursing down the Susquehanna River will be revisited in a program on lumbering and rafting in the Susquehanna River Basin from colonial days through the 19th century by Stephen Runkle at the Thursday, Oct. 8, meeting of the Dauphin County Woodland Owners Association.


  5. PennDOT talks upcoming 11/15 closure: A live chat roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 24 |

    Earlier this week, PennLive reporter Barb Miller held a live chat with representatives from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to discuss the planned three-month closure of Route 11/15 next summer for rock slope work. Here are some highlights from that conversation.


  6. Central Dauphin hires third HR director since 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 23 |

    Carrie Deichman is Central Dauphin School District's new Human Resources director. The school board approved her five-year contract which ends in 2020.


  7. Central Dauphin partnership with land bank on hold for nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 23 |

    School board members had expected on Monday to take up a proposed agreement between Central Dauphin School District and the Dauphin County Land Bank , but now say they likely won't reach an understanding on the issue for another month or so. Board President Ford Thompson said there were unresolved issues surrounding a proposed memorandum of understanding, and that more time was needed to iron them out.


  8. Prisoner pleads guilty to escaping by taxiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 22 |

    On Tuesday, the 48-year-old Harrisburg man pleaded guilty to an escape charge in Dauphin County Court, just before he was to go to trial in the case. His short-lived bid for freedom occurred on Aug. 21, 2013.


  9. CD board to get update on program guiding student achievementRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 |

    As the Central Dauphin School District launches its third year of applying a personalized learning model for students, administrators are set to brief school board members on the program's progress. Central Dauphin Schools Superintendent Carol Johnson will give the school board an update on the district's Rigor, Relevance and Relationships program when the board meets at Central Dauphin East High School at 7 p.m. today.


  10. Lower Dauphin School District buying neighboring propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 |

    The board's offer of $200,000 for the property at 101 Division St. was accepted, said Jim Hazen, district spokesman. There are no current plans to expand, but the high school campus is land-locked, Hazen said.


  11. Pa. constables: Counties owe us $6.4MRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 18 |

    After retrieving some paperwork from his vehicle Constable Edgar J. Siptroth Jr. returns to work in the New Cumberland office of District Judge Charles A. Clement Jr. A group representing many of Pennsylvania's constables is asking the chief justice of the state Supreme Court to help them with a $6.4 million debt collection bid. That, the Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Constables claims, is how much the state's counties owe the officers in unpaid fees for their services.


  12. PennLive's Week in Photos: September 18, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 18 |

    Nearly 1,600 volunteers helped United Way of the Capital Region kick off its 23rd Annual Day of Caring, the largest one-day mobilization of volunteers in Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry counties, and the 2015 annual fundraising campaign. Volunteers tie up tomato plants on the Joshua Group Farm in Harrisburg.


  13. Stony Valley drive, crazy popular once-a-year event, back on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 |

    The 17-mile driving tour through Stony Valley from Ellendale gate, seven miles east of Dauphin, in Dauphin County to Goldmine Road in Lebanon County condensed into three minutes of video. The Pennsylvania Game Commission will open the gate at the Ellendale entrance to the 17-mile, dirt road through Stony Valley - aka, St. Anthony's Wilderness - at 9 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, for the one day of the year when the route is open to motorized travel.


  14. Suspects charged in 31 residential burglaries on East and West ShoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2015 |

    Police in Dauphin and Cumberland counties announced charges against five men accused of 31 separate residential burglaries involving theft of electronics, jewelry, cash, gift cards and guns. Charges related to the burglaries have been brought against 5 men: Jerod Jannair McIntyre , 25; Jovar Deandre Hairston , 20; Jybree Keyvon Bellamy, 19; Jonathan T. Oakley , 23; and Tysheem Anthony Jackson, 22 .


  15. Former athletic director returns to teach in Central Dauphin School DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2015 |

    After one year as athletic director and an assistant principal for Derry Township School District , former Central Dauphin High School Athletic Director John Confer has returned to Central Dauphin School District as a teacher. District spokesman Shannon Leib said Friday that Confer will fill a teaching vacancy at Central Dauphin East High School, pending approval of the school board on September 8. Confer, technically, was a teacher at Central Dauphin High School when he served as athletic director for that high school in his prior, five-year stint with the district, but he had no classes due to the large workload associated with the AD position.


  16. Big Fish Contest for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2015 |

    Categories for the 2015 Big Fish Contest, sponsored by Harrisburg Hunters' and Anglers' Association, without entries to date are blue trout, tiger trout, lake trout, steelhead, rock bass, bullhead catfish , carp , fallfish, and American shad. Except for very young children, all entries must be made in person by the person whose name appears as the angler having made the catch, which also must be the same person signing the registration form to attest to its truth and accuracy.


  17. Capital Area Soccer Association teams honored by Dauphin County commissionersRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 |

    Under-9 CASA B Fire team with Dauphin County commissioners and coaches Bill Esterly, Eric Beittel and Austin Siodlowski. It was youth soccer recognition day at the Dauphin County commissioners meeting Wednesday, as officials honored two local teams in the Capital Area Soccer Association that earned state cup championships.


  18. Remembering Edward Morgan Jr.: 'one of a kind'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2015 |

    Edward J. Morgan Jr. and his wife, Linda, operated the former Morgan's Place Restaurant in Susquehanna Township for more than 12 years. Morgan retired as vice president of production after 42 years of service with Cohen Brothers, also known as B.S.C. Litho of Harrisburg.


  19. Lower Paxton supervisors apply brakes to a plan to privatize school crossing guardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2015 |

    Central Dauphin School District's proposal to hire a West Coast firm to manage school crossing guards met with resistance from Lower Paxton Township supervisors this week. At the supervisors' regular meeting Tuesday, Central Dauphin School Safety Officer Nicolas Barrelet and district solicitor Jeff Engle presented a draft agreement between Lower Paxton Township and All City Management Services , a private contractor that hires and manages school crossing guards.


  20. Central Dauphin school director: 'Somebody just drove off a cliff with our kids'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2015 |

    Astonishingly high failure rates on standardized tests taken in Central Dauphin School District classrooms last spring drew strong reactions from the school board when Superintendent Carol Johnson previewed the scores Monday night. The board's anger was aimed at the Pennsylvania Department of Education rather than teachers, students, school administrators or a new curriculum launched district-wide in 2013.


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