Lending A Hand
Alexa Lehmann (left) and Jamie Handwerger (above) were just two of the many kids to enjoy the Lend a Hand field hockey camp and fundraiser hosted by coach Linda Kreiser and the Lower Dauphin Field Hockey Booster Club on Saturday, June 15. Full Story
At the South Pole
A Story Nearly Lost
In a 1924 article in “Liberty Magazine,” Milton Hershey stated that he wanted “to give as many boys as possible real homes, real comforts, education, and training, so they would be useful and happy citizens.” Indeed, many Milton Hershey School graduates, fulfilling Mr. Hershey’s dream, have gone on to productive careers. Full Story
Everybody Must Get Stoned
Yanna was mad.
Our Hershey High intern was steamed when she got to the office the other day. It seems that kids from other schools have begun calling her school “Heroin High” in the wake of reports and rumors of hard drugs in wealthy, well-educated Hershey.
Well, guess what?
People are abusing drugs in Hershey.
And in Hummelstown. Full Story
‘We Are Not All Our Jobs’
Med Center Artists
Sun Country made a clean sweep at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s inaugural employee art show, held June 12. Full Story
Stars & Stripes Again
At Sunset Park
Londonderry Township will present the fifth annual “Stars & Stripes Salute” at Sunset Park on Saturday, June 29, with opening ceremonies at 7 p.m. Full Story
In New York City, in Dr. Richard’s “Mission Retreat,” there was a little “half idiot” boy, known as the “oyster boy,” because he seemed to be living the life of a bivalve - no intelligence, only capable of animal functions, and it seemed, at first, impossible to awaken that boy to any consciousness or intellectual things. Full Story
LD Falls Short In State Title Run
A two-out RBI single by Bobby Scott gave North Penn a ninth inning 6-5 victory over Lower Dauphin on Friday, June 14, at Medlar Field at University Park. The victory earned the Knights their second PIAA Class AAAA title in four years. Full Story
A lot of satisfaction can be derived from throwing a good party, like the one Jimmy Marks and Andrew Nelson hosted Saturday night in Hersheypark Stadium.
The one-time gridiron rivals from Lower Dauphin and Hershey teamed up to welcome the top 66 football players from Pennsylvania and Maryland into their house for the 56th edition of the Big 33 Football Classic at the Concrete Palace. Full Story
William R. Schwab
William R. Schwab, 78, of West Hanover Township passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 12, 2013, due to complications from bacterial meningitis.
Born on April 30, 1935, in New Britain, Connecticut, he was the son of the late William and Esther (Munson) Schwab. Full Story
Elvin M. Warner
Elvin M. Warner, 85, passed away peacefully in the Masonic Village Health Care in Elizabethtown on Sunday, June 9, 2013.
He was born on Aug. 16, 1927, in Hummelstown, a son of the late Elvin Michael and Elizabeth (Musser) Warner. Full Story