How Much Is Enough?
Sun Investigation Finds ‘Apparent Violations’
How much pay is enough pay?
For a part-time job.
At a charity.
With $11 billion in assets.
That charity would be the Milton Hershey School, and for Bob Cavanaugh, who was chairman of the school’s Board of Managers until recently, that amount would seem to be $332,666. Full Story
‘In My Living Room’
Crashes on Route 39
At its meeting April 27, the South Hanover Township (SHT) Board of Supervisors acted and reacted to township residents who spoke on dangerous traffic situations along Route 39. Full Story
I Am Sorry
I made a mistake.
There is no other explanation other than to say it was the wrong decision, and I am sorry.
Last week, The Sun ran a photo along with Anne Reeves’ column – That’s Life – of Hershey senior Anthony Bellezza, who passed away suddenly on April 4. Full Story
Kirsten Elizabeth Messenger was born April 17, 2016, at Gastonia (N.C.) Memorial Hospital to Alicia and Mick Messenger. She weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Grandparents are Nick and Pam Macrina of Hershey, and Michael and Gina Messenger of Cleona. Kirsten is the first grandchild for both families. Full Story
Consider John Wesley, a preacher’s son, and the 15th child of Samuel and Susanna Wesley. His parents had clashing personalities; home life was quite tense at times. John Wesley was educated at Charterhouse school, and Christ Church, and University at Oxford. He became a priest of the Anglican Church, England. Full Story
When It Rains…
The first batch of District 3 baseball power rankings were recently released. With inclement weather wreaking havoc on a good chunk of the slate this past week, it might be a good time to see where the local teams stand as we steam toward the postseason, which is less than two weeks out. Full Story
Joanne A. (Henry) Canovas
Joanne A. (Henry) Canovas, 78, of Palmyra passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2016, at home.
Born on Sept. 1, 1937, in Hershey, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Eleanor (Donmoyer) Henry and the widow of Lester J. Canovas since Sept. 1, 2005. Full Story
Kristopher J. Conforti
Kristopher John Conforti, 54, of Palmyra, lost his courageous 18-month battle with brain cancer on Friday, April 29, 2016, at his home. He was born on Friday, March 23, 1962, in Scranton to Francis John and Grace Mary (Torrisi) Conforti. He is survived by his loving wife Margaret A. (Gallagher) Conforti. Full Story
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