Ground has been broken on the long-discussed, long-delayed Sheetz development project on Middletown Road in Derry Township. The $4.2-million project will feature a Sheetz store and other retail spaces. Developer Donna Deerin Ward told The Sun she anticipates having building shells ready for tenants by summer 2016. Photo: Dave Buffington. Full Story
‘How Do You Know?’
A Dangerous Dog?
In Pennsylvania, being categorized as a “dangerous dog” is a sure death sentence for man’s best friend.
Trapped inside for most of the day and forced to wear a muzzle, Jack, the boxer, was alive, but he was hardly living.
That was until three weeks ago when Jack, who was accused of attacking and killing another dog, was exonerated. Full Story
My mother said it.
I’m sure thousands of thousands of people have said it in the 500 years since Gutenberg invented the printing press.
Don’t put anything in writing that you don’t want to see on the front page of the newspaper.
But 500 years later, people are still doing it. Full Story
Laura Kastelic Weds Theodore Smith
Laura Catherine Kastelic and Theodore Jeffrey Smith were united in marriage June 20 at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York.
The Reverend Janet Cooper Nelson, Laura’s aunt, officiated at the garden ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Dale and Susan Kastelic of Hummelstown and the groom is the son of Theodore and Patricia Smith of York. Full Story
Ed and Sylvia Houser of Londonderry Township announce the birth of their new granddaughter, Reilly Kate, who was born on July 16 in Santa Monica, Calif., to their daughter, Renee, and son-in-law, Brook Wolcott. Full Story
A Biblically literate Christian is Satan’s surest enemy. God, our Creator, desires for each of us to be just like Him rationally, and motivated to be godly. Full Story
Steady Vets, Fresh Blood Have Falcons Primed
LD Football Preview
The more exciting a subject, the faster people tend to talk. So it comes as no surprise that Lower Dauphin football head coach Rob Klock can go a mile a minute when discussing his 2015 unit. Full Story
Moore Hired to Replace Gambelunghe
Hershey Girls Basketball
The search to replace Hershey girls’ basketball coach Randy Gambelunghe ended Monday, Aug. 24, with the hiring of his No. 1 assistant the past two years, Ron Moore.
Moore is in his third year of teaching Special Education at Hershey Middle School. This is his first attempt at coaching his own high school team. Full Story
Dorothy M. Wolford Cobaugh
Dorothy M. Wolford Cobaugh, 81, of Hummelstown, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, in the M.S. Hershey Medical Center, surrounded by her loving family.
Born in Harrisburg on Feb. 4, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Robert J. and Kathryn Hess Wolford. Full Story
Frances B. Leonard
Frances Breckenmaker Leonard, 72, of Hummelstown, passed away Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, in Arden Courts of Susquehanna.
Born in Hershey, on Jan. 19, 1943, she was the daughter of the late George W. and Ruth Miller Breckenmaker. Full Story
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