2011-02-17

The Ice is Breaking



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The Reese’s Revolution

‘Inappropriate Sexual Behavior’ Charged at Springboard

Confused? You have a right to be. Since our last issue, there’s been a lot of news about the Hershey entities – the Milton Hershey School, the Hershey Trust Company, the chocolate company, the golf course, et cetera, et cetera. But the local media hasn’t made much sense of it. Well, let me make it simple for you: A revolution […]

From Where I Sit



It was the summer of 1956. I had just started racing in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) amateur racing series with my 1954 Jaguar XK120-M roadster. You were first required to undergo 21 hours of observed practice under SCCA scrutiny, which I had done at the Upper Marlboro, Maryland, track. Then they issued you a temporary competition license […]

‘We’re Ready to Go Now’

In Hummelstown

Updates on everything, from the medical office build­ing planned for the east end of Hummelstown to earmarks to the paving of streets, marked the Hummelstown Borough Council’s workshop meeting Feb. 10. Jon Sheppard, who has proposed to build a medical office building on the land where Rosie’s restaurant once stood, told the council that he has been unable to find […]

Letters to the Editor



As the snow begins to melt away, and eventually it must, thoughts turn toward summer again. The summer recreation program was saved last year through generous donations from our community. Once again the Recreation board is looking at running the program this year at a nominal cost to participants. This program provides the youth of Hummelstown with an opportunity to […]

Piccola’s Report



One of the most important ingredients in the creation of a productive learning environment is the presence of safety within a school. Without it, the ultimate goal of edu­cating responsible and knowledgeable students cannot be achieved. But beyond safety in our classrooms, it is impor­tant to protect student identity and privacy. Without safe­guards in place for students and their families, […]

Dumb Stuff



A programming note: If you’re a parent or over 25, the following editorial will mean nothing to you. It may even offend you. Don’t waste your time reading it. Move along to the “Letters to the Editor.” Really. You’ll be glad you did. OK, guys, hopefully I’ve gotten rid of all the old people now. You know, the fogies who […]

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