This Week Around Hershey
John Prine Hershey Theatre Friday, March, 31 Low Hershey Bears vs. Bridgeport Giant Center Saturday, April, 1 Low Hershey Bears vs. Lehigh Valley Giant Center Sunday, April, 2 Low Full Story
Coaches, Calendar OK’d
410 Years Lost
In additional action at its Monday, March 20, meeting, the Lower Dauphin School Board approved several more spring sport coaches and their salaries along with the calendar for the upcoming 2017-18 school year. Full Story
ACE Mentor Program of Central PA
On March 7, the ACE Mentor Program of Central PA held its Student Presentation Banquet at Camp Hebron. Full Story
Jason Christopher Comedy and Hypnotist Special
Jason Christopher Comedy and Hypnotist Special will appear in the Lower Dauphin High School auditorium April 19 at 7 p.m to benefit the LD Class of 2019. Full Story
MHS Board Adds Three
AG: ‘More Proactive Approach’
In the wake of the forced resignations of several board members, the joint Milton Hershey School/Hershey Trust Company board has elected three new board members. The new members will take their positions effective April 1. Full Story
Derry 6 Poll Moved
The Dauphin County Board of Elections has approved a polling place change for Derry Township’s 6th Precinct.
In Derry Township’s 6th Precinct, the polling place has changed from the Early Childhood Learning Center to the Hershey Church of the Nazarene, 986 East Governor Road. The church will remain the polling place for the 6th precinct on a permanent basis. Full Story
Derry OKs New Zoning
‘Test Drive’ Begins
After years of debate and rewrites, the Derry Township Board of Supervisors adopted a new zoning ordinance during its March 28 meeting. Full Story
The following deeds for properties in Lebanon County were recorded in January 2017, according to information from the Lebanon County database: North Londonderry township
The property at 1727 Old Forge Road was sold by Wanda M. Rabold and Larry E. Rabold to DGR Ranch for $363,000. Full Story
"Palmyra Pride Night"
Students, teachers and parents from all across Palmyra Area School District filled the hallways of their high school March 22 for “Palmyra Pride Night,” a celebration of “student ac Full Story
Ridge Road Resentment
Palmyra Borough council
Tempers ran high during Palmyra Borough Council’s March 28 meeting as council members expressed displeasure with Palmyra Area School District in the long-running dispute over Ridge Road Recreation Park.
The park is owned by the school district, but the borough is seeking to use part of the park to create wetlands for stormwater management. Full Story
Crossings Gets Fee Deal
$252,000 for Parks
After a fair amount of hemming and hawing, South Hanover Township Supervisors accepted an offer from the developers of The Crossings at Hershey for $252,000 in parks and recreation fees. Full Story
Are You A Candidate?
Starting with South Hanover
Here’s a special note for anyone who has filed to run for township supervisor, borough council, mayor or school board in our coverage area … Full Story
Here Are The Hunts!
The Derry Township Department of Parks and recreation will hold its egg hunt Saturday, April 8, at Shank Park on Bullfrog Valley Road.
The times of the hunt are: 2-year-olds at 10 a.m.; 3- and 4-year-olds at 10:15 a.m.; 5- and 6-year-olds at 10:30 a.m.; 7- and 8-year-olds at 10:45 a.m. Full Story
E-town Inspires MIT
Going to Finals
Elizabethtown Area High School senior Kathryn Shenk and sophomore Nathaniel McCloud were named finalists in the MIT INSPIRE program, a national high school research competition in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Shenk and McCloud will now vie for one of the top prizes in their respective categories in April where only the top 100 finalists are invited. Full Story
Three Students Performed
Thee students from Elizabethtown Area High School – Jared Wolf, Carissa Warren and Ryan Kruft – performed at the prestigious 2017 Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) District Full Story
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