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
Kids from Boy Scout Troop 65, Cub Scout Pack 65 and their friends – like Riley and Kenadee Fanning (above) – helped place flags on the graves of veterans in the Hummelstown Cemetery for Full Story
The War After The War
Sun Country Veteran Fought
World War II veteran Gene Alexander, 88, certainly appreciates the value of freedom.
Born into a first-generation Jewish family, Alexander jumped at the opportunity to help free Jews from concentration camps in 1946 after the fall of Nazi Germany.
“I felt like I owed something to the people in the concentration camp,” Alexander said. Full Story
Rebels Sweep Derry
They didn’t have pinwheels.
And they didn’t have a platform.
But what the “anti-establishment slate” got were the votes, sweeping the Republican and Democratic primary election contests for four seats on the Derry Township school board, setting the stage for an uncontested general election in November. Full Story