The Last Walk?
A sizable crowd of fans – and a noticeable amount of security – braved the rain and darkness May 18 to see the annual “elephant walk” for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. Full Story
No More Sitting Ducks
DTSD Plans for ‘Active Shooter’
You’re in school.
Shots are fired inside the school.
What do you do?
A new initiative at Derry Township School District is training staff and students to fight back. Full Story
It’s hard to read.
But if you care about the future of the Milton Hershey School – and our community – it’s worth the work to read The Chocolate Trust, the new book by Philadelphia Inquirer writer Bob Fernandez. Full Story
Hershey Reigns at Apollo
‘I Practically Trampled The Guy’
Hershey High School represented Sun Country well, winning four Apollo Awards at the seventh annual Hershey Theatre Apollo Awards ceremony held Sunday, May 17. Full Story
Got a great photo of your father or grandfather or father-inlaw? Send it to us at email@example.com or The Sun, 18 E. Main St., Hummelstown PA 17036. We’ll pick some to run in our Father’s Day issue, coming up June 18. Full Story
Those who daily read from the Bible will find the messages of Jesus full of food for thought. Our suggestion would be that Luke 15:1-32 is high on the list of texts upon which to meditate. Verses 1-3 illustrate that Jesus often ran into crowds of antagonists and people hungry to glean from His comments. Full Story
Falcons Fall; Cougars Claw
District 3 Baseball
Chambersburg scored 10 runs in its last three atbats on Tuesday, May 19, to hand Lower Dauphin its fourth consecutive loss, 11- 8, that knocked the Falcons out of the District 3-AAAA tournament.
The game started on Monday but a heavy rain storm halted play with LD up 3-1 in the bottom of the fourth inning. Full Story
Hershey to Play For PIAA Berth
District 3 Lacrosse
The Hershey boys’ lacrosse team will play for the third spot in District 3 and a berth in the PIAA playoffs after losing in the semifinals to Manheim Township 15-7, Tuesday, May 19.
It was the Trojans’ first lost of the season.
It was arguably the most talented team Hershey faced all season, as Township jumped to an 8-3 lead after the second quarter. Full Story
Margie A. (Hetrick) Crawford
Margie A. Crawford, 73, of Fredericksburg passed away Friday, May 15, 2015, in Lebanon.
Born on March 10, 1942, in Hershey, she was a daughter of the late Marlin T. and Kathryn (Yingst) Hetrick. The widow of Donald E. Crawford Sr. who died May 11, 2006, she was also preceded in death by sons John and James Crawford and siblings Marvin Hetrick, Pauline Neidlinger and Thomas Hetrick. Full Story
Harold “Jiggs” Hamilton
Harold H. Hamilton, 87, of Hershey, entered into eternal rest on May 12, 2015, at Country Meadows in Hershey. Full Story
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