English Students of B-1

Special Delivery

As a police officer in Hummelstown for 17 years, Jamie Kopinetz has been trained to be prepared for anything. And on Saturday, Nov. 17, “anything” happened when he delivered a baby in the parking lot of Lower Dauphin High School in Hummelstown. Earlier that day, Hope Zinc was at the Med Center with contractions. After spending roughly three hours at […]

Is Your Sun Late?

The U.S. Postal Service suspended regular mail delivery Wednesday, Dec. 5 to honor President George H.W. Bush. Our printer delivers The Sun to the Postal Service on Wednesdays, and given holiday mail volume, this closure could affect deliveries of The Sun this week. We have been working with our printer and the Postal Service to avoid any delays. Also, the […]

Shine a Light

Oliver Dreon is the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence at Millersville University and has co-edited a book on Ethical Professional Practices. He has also collaborated with the PA Department of Education to develop the Educator Ethics and Conduct Toolkit. As a parent of two children in Lower Dauphin schools, I have been reading the accounts of teacher violations […]

Work Like Bob

I got my oldest job applicant ever at the paper this week. His name is Bob Handwerk and he’s a 1958 graduate of Hummelstown High. Not Lower Dauphin High, Hummelstown High … as in the Bulldogs, not the Falcons. Bob is a wealth of knowledge about all things historic in Hummelstown and apparently hasn’t stopped working. He came into my […]

Letters to the Editor

I want to bring to the community’s attention PPL’s S. Hershey 69 kV Line rebuild that begins at the S. Hershey substation near the Penn State-Hershey Medical Center. Residents on Forest Ave. received letters dated July 13 and October 17, 2018 notifying of the work to be done on the line rebuild. The letter dated 7/13 was general, while the […]

From Where I Sit

It’s pretty definite … the Christmas season is upon us. All you have to do is go through one commercial break on television and you are bombarded with Christmas-themed commercials (like the one with the dog rushing to the door to retrieve the packages, which, in turn, give him antlers, booties and a holiday coat). One caught my eye the […]