The Big Dig Begins
Mariner East 2 Gets Green Light
Sunoco Logistics got a go-ahead from the South Londonderry Township supervisors, who approved the company’s compliance with the township’s stormwater requirements. Full Story
That’s the rough number of tulips now in bloom at Hershey Gardens. The blooms will only last a few days, but the annual tulip display dates back to 1942. Full Story
I picked up the phone.
It was a mom.
A terrified, angry, teetering on the edge of panic mom.
Someone told her that the boyfriend of her teenage daughter had been charged with a variety of crimes.
That someone read about it in The Sun, in our Police News section.
So, the mom had a simple, urgent question: What happened? Full Story
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Sun Country Kid on Food Channel
Tanner Waxman has spiky blue hair, a lively personality and a flair for cooking. All three characteristics were on display when he competed on the Food Network’s “Chopped Jr.” reality TV cooking competition. Full Story
The Susquehanna Chorale will present its 35th anniversary program, “The Promise of Living,” on Friday, May 5, 8 p.m., at Derry Presbyterian Church in Hershey. Full Story
The book of Job may be the earliest in the Bible; concurrent to Abraham’s era, Jacob’s, or Joseph’s. Resurrection hope is clearly mentioned, chapter 19:23-27. The book of Job describes some very horrible tragedies and trials Job suffered; chapters one and two. Job’s children were killed in a fierce storm, (Chapter 1:13-19). Full Story
Hershey High Baseball Coach Dismissed
Al Fricke, who last coached Hershey high school baseball in 2010, returned from a seven-year hiatus Thursday afternoon against Palmyra, on an interim basis, following the dismissal of Shane Zellers. Full Story
First Place on the line
At the halfway point of the Mid-Penn Keystone Division softball race, Lower Dauphin is a neck in front of Mechanicsburg, with the Wildcats visiting LD today (Thursday, April 20).
Both teams own one loss in league play, with LD (6-1) slightly in front of M’burg’s 5-1. Full Story
H. Barry Heaps
H. Barry Heaps, 81, from Palmyra passed away Friday, April 14, 2017, in the M. S. Hershey Medical Center after a brief illness.
Born on July 7, 1935, in Hershey, he was a son of the late Hugh S. and Alma H. (Hoover) Heaps and was also preceded in death by his sister Norma Jean Stewart. Full Story
MARTHA L. HENRY
February 16, 1923 – April 14, 2017 Full Story
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