2020-01-16 E-Edition

‘Thank Youuuu’

He’d get a pothole fixed on any street in Hummelstown that very day, just by making one phone call. He also wore clogs to business meetings and grew up on a turkey farm. He was the voice of the Falcons, Hummelstown’s biggest advocate and made the best chicken corn soup in town. He was Bradley Miller and he was our […]

Pool Springs Leak

Here’s some news that at least one Derry Township supervisor didn’t want you to know: The outdoor pool at the existing Hershey Recreation Center has sprung a leak. On Jan. 6, the township’s new Board of Supervisors held its first public meeting, and at that meeting, newly inducted supervisor Natalie Nutt suggested that the pool should be filled with water […]

Arts Festival, 2014

Bathtub Filled With Dirt

In the fall of 2006, I was a bright-eyed, but still very wet behind the ears, reporter for this newspaper. I was tasked by then editor William Jackson to write a story about sinkholes. And so I picked up the phone and called the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and asked what’s all the fuss about sinkholes. I […]

Letters to the Editor

Before we delve into the mailbag, we have a correction to a sports story published in last week’s issue on the selection of highschool hockey all-stars. Cole McCulley of Lower Dauphin was selected first overall in the CPIHL All-Star Game draft held at Hoss’s restaurant in Hummelstown on Sunday, Jan. 5. Now, let’s jump into this week’s letters … I’m […]

View From Dove Hill

Our cousin and buddy passed away on Sunday morning. He was comfortable and happy in the presence of his favorite people — his family — and his poor body gave out around four in the morning. Bradley used to get a bit loud when he would tell me not to pay attention to critics about my writing. He would tell […]

Castaway Critter of the Week


Traffic Forecast This Week Around Hershey

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