Shooter Shot, charged
Seesholtz called Hero
It was a horrifying scene early Friday morning, March 24, in the parking lot of the River House Bar and Grill in Londonderry Township.
One man was shot in the chest, his clothing saturated in blood, while another man lay beside him with an injury to his leg. Full Story
All that Sparkles
Women decorate themselves with small things.
Shiny things made with precious substances like gold and silver and rubies.
They call those things jewelry.
Men decorate themselves with large things.
Shiny things made with base substances like steel and aluminum and rubber.
They call those things cars. Full Story
Aayla Ray Weds Scott Espenshade
Aayla Ray, daughter of James and Audrey Ray from Landisville, and Scott Espenshade, son of Richard and Nadine Espenshade from Hummelstown, were joyfully married Nov. 5, 2016, by Pastor Linda Hostetter at Shell’s Lutheran Church in Grantville.
The reception was celebrated at Harmony Hall in Middletown following the ceremony. Full Story
Ducks, Donuts And Hope
At the Med center
Penn State Children’s Hospital was a fitting site Friday, March 24, for two major Ducks -- Duck Donuts and Gabe’s Chemo Duck -- programs to announce a partnership that will provide comfort, education and “huggable hope” to children living with cancer. Full Story
David was the 8th son of a godly man, Jesse; making him the baby of the family. He was given the family’s position as a shepherd boy. He had at least 3 sources of learning as a youth: the culture of nature, the culture of his parents, the first 5 books of the Holy Bible, and the hunger of his heart. In 1 Samuel 13:14 God revealed these to Samuel, Israel’s holy prophet and leader. Full Story
Cougars Get New Skippper
When Palmyra’s pitchers run into some jams this spring -- and it will happen -- the Cougars will have an authoritative voice to lean on for instruction, advice or just plain encouragement. Full Story
In Wet: Hershey, LD Win Late
While many high school sports were postponed due to the rain in Sun Country on Tuesday, March 28, the lacrosse programs didn’t bat an eye at the wet.
The Hershey and Lower Dauphin boys played on its rain soaked fields at home, with each squad winning by a one-goal margin. Full Story
Arthur R. Cruys
Arthur Rockwood Cruys, 89, from Hummelstown, died at 2:57 p.m. Thursday, March 16, 2017, at the Hershey Medical Center.
He was the husband of Caroline E. Cruys, and they observed their 57th wedding anniversary on Aug. 28, 2016. Full Story
Florence V. Miller
Florence V. Miller, 99, from West Unity since 2009, and a former life-long resident of Hummelstown, passed away Sunday, March 26, 2017, in her present home with her family at her side. Florence was born Aug. 24, 1917, in Hummelstown, the daughter of the late Lester E. and Edna (Weaver) Shertzer. She was a 1935 graduate of Hummelstown High School. She married Maurice M. Full Story
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