Center Upgrades Coming
Theatre to Remain
Renovations will soon begin on the Hershey Community Center, located at 14 E. Chocolate Ave. The project is expected to be completed in spring 2018.
Although the structure is best known now as the home of the Hershey Theater, the building also includes offices and recreation facilities used by The Hershey Company. Full Story
Time to Fly South
After the 30-inch snowfall we had this year, I turned to my husband and said, “I think it’s time to become snowbirds and fly south for a few months.”
It’s a lot warmer there in the winter - warmer both in terms of temperature and good ol’ Southern hospitality. Full Story
Dr. Lou, Connie Verdelli Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Dr. Louis and Connie (Fenner) Verdelli of Hershey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, Aug. 20.
They were married on that date in 1966 and have lived in Hershey since 1970.
The Verdellies have two children: Louis Jr. of Hershey and Allison of Lyons, Colorado. Full Story
Sarah Boyer and Nathan Faust, together with their families, announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Full Story
A preacher was asked by an overly pious Quaker lady, “Doth not thee think that we can walk so carefully, that is, live so correctly, and avoid every fanaticism so perfectly, that every sensible person would have to say, ‘That is the religion I believe in?’” The dear woman thought she had uttered sentiments so pure and reasonable and never had a clue she was very out of o Full Story
A New Chapter
LD Football Preview
In many ways, Lower Dauphin football will be starting a new chapter this season.
The plot, however, isn’t going to change.
At least not if Greg Kratzer has anything to say about it. Full Story
Geraldine J. Diggins
Geraldine J. Diggins, 75, of Hershey, passed away Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, at Select Specialty Hospital in Harrisburg. She was born on Sept. 25, 1940, in Hazleton, the daughter of the late Anthony and Lena (Plesh) Veet. Full Story
Miriam M. Hornberger
Miriam M. Hornberger of Hummelstown went Home to be with her Family in Heaven on Aug. 22, 2016.
She was a native of Powell’s Valley in upper Dauphin County born on Sept. 12, 1921. Miriam was the daughter of the late Arthur W. Miller Sr. and Mildred (Dimpsey) Miller. Full Story
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