Bridget Kilgallen powered down the field for the Junior- class team at the annual Hershey High Powder Puff football game May 16 at the school’s football field. Full Story
‘Our Money’s Worth’
‘Verde’ Apartments OK’d
With a major $1.6 million overhaul of Hummelstown’s water system about to begin along East Main Street, United Water Company will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. on June 3 in the Hummelstown Fire Hall to brief residents on plans. Full Story
I Don’t Know
“It’s the consensus of the current Opinion Desk that an endorsement in this contest was critical.”
Patriot-News Opinion Editor John Micek, May 16, writing about the Harrisburg mayoral race
In the run up to this month’s primary elections, several people asked me if The Sun would endorse any candidates. Full Story
‘Look Good, Feel Better’
Cancer Patients Can
Hope Latimore, owner of Cover Me With Hope on Chocolate Avenue, operates a unique kind of beauty shop. It’s a boutique that specializes in prostheses and wigs for patients who have had mastectomies or are experiencing hair loss because of medical treatment. Latimore provides private consultations to ensure proper fitting, maintenance and follow-up assistance. Full Story
Kristy Lynn Wright and Patrick Kelley Skeehan, both of New York, New York, announce their engagement. Full Story
William Booth founded a Christian Mission in London’s East End in 1865. He named it the “Salvation Army.” In his mission, the halls were called “barracks”, prayer was called “knee drill” and his magazine was named “War Cry.” Banners with brass bands marched the streets playing lively Gospel tunes sounding like military drills. Full Story
LD Rallies in Walk-off Win
District 3-AAAA Baseball
It took Lower Dauphin until its last at-bat to get to Cumberland Valley lefty Hunter Schryver but when it did, it turned out to be enough for a 3-2 win in Monday’s District 3-AAAA opener. Full Story
Mustangs Cruise Past Palmyra
District 3-AAA Playoffs
In any tournament, on any level, a 15-seed pitted against a two-seed is a tough thing.
But as Palmyra starter Tyler Morder took the mound in the bottom of the fourth inning in a scoreless game, you thought maybe, just maybe, the 15th-seeded Cougars had it in ‘em.
However the gritty Mustangs were just too good. Full Story
Louise H. Oyler
Louise Hoffer Oyler, 82, of Lemoyne and formerly of Harrisburg and Hummelstown, passed away Friday, May 17, 2013, in Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill.
Born in South Hanover Township on Oct. 1, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Charles W. and Anna M. Berrier Hoffer. Full Story
Edward Williams III
Edward Williams III, 26, of Hershey passed away Saturday, May 18, 2013, at home.
Born on Nov. 22, 1986, in Harrisburg, he was a son of Gail L. Koons of Hershey and the late Edward Williams Jr. Full Story