Eight Years Later … Rosie’s Still Shaking
Trial Set for January
Hummelstown shook when Rosie’s “East End” Restaurant exploded on East Main Street on May 21, 2008. Now more than eight years later, the parties involved are scheduled to face one another in court. Full Story
Duquette Confronts Board
‘I Won’t Listen’
Before its regular committee meetings Dec. 1, the Palmyra Area School District (PASD) Board of Directors held its annual Board Reorganizational Meeting, where board positions are realigned as necessary, including officers, board appointments, representatives and committees, solicitor and other outside counsel positions. Full Story
Grains of Sand
Following Penn State’s 38-31 comeback victory against Wisconsin, thousands of students took to the 200 block of E. Beaver Avenue, where they proceeded to cheer, chant and engage in property damage after the Nittany Lions took the title of B1G Ten Champions …. Full Story
Paige Shifflett Weds Erik Espenshade
Paige Lynae Shifflett and Erik Steven Espenshade were married Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Shells Lutheran Church, Shellsville, with the Reverends Dr. Doug Lyon and Linda Hostetter officiating.
A reception was held at the Keystone Conference Center at Fort Indiantown Gap. Full Story
Sarah Wagoner Weds Derek Mauldin
Sarah Elizabeth Wagoner and Derek Orion Mauldin were married Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, at Grace United Methodist Church. Reverend John Schaefer officiated and Pastor John King assisted. Full Story
God is sovereign and His saints are servants. No nation has ever known holy joy or blessed peace without Godly population. The United States of America became great when its citizens cherished holy living. Unholy citizens greatly bring nations down. Full Story
Spartans Look to Leave Their Mark
MHS Boys Basketball Preview
Mark Zerbe’s Milton Hershey basketball team was quite the topic of conversation last season.
There was, after all, plenty to talk about regarding the Spartans’ 25-3 (11-1) winter, which included its good and not so good moments. Full Story
‘Six Guys’ to Get Job Done
LD Boys Basketball Preview
When it comes to the tightest core in Mid- Penn basketball, there’s no denying that Lower Dauphin’s six-pack deserves a spot in the debate.
It is, after all, a six-pack with the potential to turn more than a few heads this winter. Full Story
Robert S. Ross
Robert “Bob” Swartz Ross, 92, of Hummelstown, PennDOT’s leading proponent for the use of Crown Vetch for roadside beautification and erosion control, passed away at home on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016.
He was born on Sept. 10, 1924, in Spring Township, Centre County, the son of the late Paul Robert Ross and the late Helen Swartz Ross. Full Story
Rose M. Stuck
Rose M. Saladini Stuck, 96, formerly of Palmyra, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, at Cedar Haven Nursing and Rehab Center of Lebanon. She was the wife of the late Charles A. Stuck.
Born on Sept. 2, 1920, in Kearneysville, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Agostino and Francesca (Angelucci) Saladini. Full Story
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