TIF Deadline Looms
‘The Knife in the Side’
The developers of the old post office site in downtown Hershey say the project cannot move forward without the school district’s approval of a tax plan to help build a parking garage. Full Story
Lost And Found
Shandor Shows Up By Drew Weidman
In November, we brought you the story of a Hershey man whose jacket was discovered on an unidentified dead man in New Mexico in May 2016.
Many believed the body was that of 45-year-old Jason Shandor. Full Story
Dance With Me
One of the reasons for the success of The Sun is that we ignore pretty much everything that happens outside our little circle of towns – Hummelstown, Hershey, Palmyra and now, Elizabethtown. Full Story
Celebrated 104th Birthday
Martha Houser from Campbelltown recently celebrated her 104th birthday March 12 with her family at the home of her son, Mark Houser. Full Story
Elizabeth Knackstedt Ricker is the matriarch of this four-generation family with daughter JoAnn (back right), granddaughter Marissa (back left) and great-granddaughter Sloane. Full Story
Solomon, son of King David, proved himself to be extremely wise; 1 Kings 3:3-13 explains his great wisdom’s source. In the verses 5-13 we are informed how Solomon became God’s choice to replace King David. Full Story
Sun Country Cinderellas Outmatched in 2nd Round
PIAA Boys Basketball
Undermanned. Undersized. Under-experienced.
That’s the outlook many would give when comparing state tournament entries Hershey and Palmyra to their bigger neighbors to the east and far west.
But, now that the 2017 PIAA 5A tournament has come to an end for both local sides, it’s time to peg them for what they really were. Full Story
Hershey No Match for Golden Knights
Flyers cup Tournament
Hershey hockey’s tumultuous 2016-17 season came to a close on Wednesday, March 15, at Ice Line in West Chester with a 5-1 loss to the home-standing Bayard Rustin Golden Knights in the semifinals of the Flyers Cup A tournament. Full Story
Darvin R. Eisenhauer
Darvin R. Eisenhauer, 76, from Grantville passed away Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at home.
He was the widower of Ruth M. Eisenhauer and Diane L. Eisenhauer, retired from Hershey Foods, and was an avid trout fisherman. Full Story
Margaret D. Panco
Margaret D. (Adams) Panco, 83, from Hershey, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 13, 2017, in Country Meadows, Hershey, with her family by her side.
Born in Jeddo on May 28, 1933, she was the daughter of the late George and Margaret Tucker Adams. Full Story
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