Milton Hershey keeper Nate Cunfer punches away a Susquehanna Township shot Sept. 24. Full Story
Chrysler To CVS?
Hummelstown Borough may soon be getting a new CVS Pharmacy as a sketch plan has been submitted to the borough’s planning commission for review.
The plan calls for the pharmacy to be built at the former Warner Chrysler property on the 100 block of East Main Street. The Warner building would be removed as part of the development. Full Story
The final score was 64-6.
And it wasn’t really that close.
Perennial football powerhouse Bishop McDevitt came to Hersheypark Stadium on Friday, Sept. 23, to play perennial football coach changer Hershey. Even before the ball was snapped, the mismatch was obvious, with McDevitt lining up players like a mountain range across the sideline. Full Story
Julia Ritchey Weds Joseph Cin
Julia E. Ritchey, daughter of Bonnie and Joseph Ritchey of Annville, and Joseph Cin, son of Sharon and David Cin of Hershey and the late Frank Stosich, were married oJune 11, 2016.
The ceremony was held at the Ironstone Ranch in Elizabethtown, with the Reverend Andrew Weber officiating at the ceremony. Full Story
Kulps Celebrate 60th Anniversary
Eugene and Beverly (Simmers) Kulp of Palmyra celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Saturday, Sept. 17, with family and friends at the Hershey Italian Lodge. They were married on that date in 1956 in Second Evangelical United Brethren Church of Palmyra. Full Story
Love of our nation indicates our satisfaction as a citizen. Concern for our nation’s future indicates our involvement in its strength to meet and defeat its foes, and to strengthen ourselves where we are declining. The land that we love is the fruit of early settlers who were ostracized in their homelands because they stood against dictators who practiced bigotry against godly people. Full Story
Head To Head
boys Soccer Wrap
If the Hershey boys’ soccer team was going to make a move in the Keystone Division, its opportunity came Tuesday, Sept. 27, at home against Lower Dauphin.
The Trojans were already enjoying a good season. Their 6-4 record (4-2 in the Keystone) prior to the game was good enough to earn a No. 5 ranking in District 3 Class AAA. Full Story
Spartans Roll Past Steel-High
Milton Hershey Football
For the Milton Hershey backfield, every Friday is leg day.
The Spartans’ workhorses put the lower limbs in high gear Sept. 23, piling up 346 yards on 44 attempts in a 40-14 win over Steel-High.
The Friday night lights seem to bring out the best in the Spartans’ backs, who ran for five scores in the rout. Full Story
Donald E. Lehman
Donald E. Lehman, 70, of New Cumberland, passed away Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, in Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill.
Born on Aug. 15, 1946, in Harrisburg, he was a son of the late Wesley S. and
Arlene (Miller) Lehman. Full Story
Jean M. Long
Jean M. Long (nee Yorty) passed away Sept. 24 surrounded by her family after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
Jean lived her entire life in Hershey being born in a home on Chocolate Avenue in Palmdale. She was the daughter of the late Harry and Amanda Soliday Yorty. She was the wife of the late Joseph E. Long having been happily married for 53 years. Full Story
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