“Independence Day: Resurgence”

            A sequel to the 1996 alien invasion flick “Independence Day” has been batted around for years. It certainly made sense, the original climbed to #6 at the all-time domestic box office during its release. All that was needed for a sequel was a decent script and for Will Smith to agree to step back into the role of Captain […]

‘Continued Expansion’

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Arson And More?

‘Open Flame’ The man accused of setting a fire that destroyed a garage and a home in Hummelstown is scheduled for arraignment July 15. Shaun M. Brenner, 33, of East Main Street, Hummelstown, faces a first-degree felony arson charge after police said he set a fire on Long Alley off South Railroad Street that left three people displaced and caused […]

Free and Reduced Meals

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‘Was It Lost’

Hope Springs Farms Tempers flared over development plans for Hope Springs Farm (HSF) during the June 21 meeting of the East Hanover Township Board of Supervisors. HSF is a non-profit corporation focused on providing adults with developmental disabilities work and group activities on a farm in adult day programs. It is located at 201 Trail Road in East Hanover Township. […]


Did you like the show? You know, that little piece of political theater that played out in Washington last week. You know, the one where a bunch of sanctimonious frauds on both sides of the U.S. Senate pretended to care about the 49 victims of the Orlando terrorist attack, voted on a bunch of gun control bills and passed none […]

Letters to the Editor

Attached is a fun photo of me, Dennis Coffman, holding a copy of The Sun at the Massanutten Resort, McGahysville, VA. I wasn’t sure you were still doing this but I thought I would just send it to you. Dennis Coffman You bet we are! Our “Fun in the Sun” vacation photo features are one of the most read parts […]

That’s Life

Kevin Martinez is just one of the thousands of seniors who graduated from high school this month, but few of them have a story like his. When he was only 8, Martinez’s father went to prison. He recalls growing up in a Lancaster County community where most children were raised by single mothers, and dealing drugs was “considered acceptable.” He […]

“Inconceivable” at Hershey Library

The Hershey Public Library will be showing family films from the ‘80s for free on Sundays this July beginning with The Princess Bride on July 10 starting at 2 p.m. Back to the Future will be the July 17 feature. The Karate Kid will be shown on July 24 and The Little Mermaid will close out the month’s features on […]

From Where I Sit

The Lower Dauphin community lost one of its best friends ever on Sunday, June 19, with the passing of Dr. Henry R. Hoerner Jr. at age 85. For those relatively new to the area, the name Henry Hoerner may not be one you are familiar with as it’s been just over 30 years since he retired from the Lower Dauphin […]