2018-10-04

“Night School”



            “Night School” is the latest vehicle for Kevin Hart, who stars alongside red-hot comedic actress Tiffany Haddish. Haddish hasn’t yet worn out her welcome with me, but Hart certainly has. I can’t remember the last time I saw him in a live-action role where he wasn’t insufferable. Part of the problem is that he’s one of those actors who’s […]

HE&R Unveils ‘Chocolatetown’



HE&R has announced “Hershey’s Chocolatetown,” a complete revamp of area near the current entrance of Hersheypark including a new front gate, a new “Fastest, Tallest, Longest, Sweetest” roller coaster and the “Largest full-service themed restaurant in Hershey.”Here is the full text of the announcement made earlier today:Hersheypark Announces $150 Million Investment to Create Hershey’s ChocolatetownInspired by the legacy of founder […]

Crown the Queen



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Shine a Light



Two weeks ago, we brought you photos of a house fire on Brookline Drive in Derry Township, where Jill Fornadley grew up and where her sister’s wedding dress was being stored days before her wedding day. Here is Jill’s story … As an English teacher, words are my life, but for the first time ever, words have failed me this […]

Intruder Training at LD



Lower Dauphin School District will partner with Hummelstown Borough Police Department on Friday, Oct. 5, for emergency training at the district’s schools. As a result, schools will be closed Friday with the exception of Conewago and Londonderry elementary schools, which host out-of-district student classrooms. Students will not be present on the staff in-service day, and a training will take place […]

LD Teacher Charged



‘Not oK’ Ten months after allegations surfaced against former Lower Dauphin cross-country coach and teacher John Butler, Hummelstown police have filed an indecent assault charge in the case. Police charged Butler, 34, from South Hanover Township, after he allegedly pushed a student up against a wall and kissed her during the 2016 school year. Police said the student also told […]

Behind The Wall



I love a good rumor. Rumors get neighbors talking. Rumors set Facebook on fire. But those aren’t the reasons I love a good rumor. I love rumors because it makes our job at The Sun that much more important. It’s our job to dispel or confirm those rumors and deliver you the facts. As much as I hate to admit […]

Letters to the Editor



This is in response to your September 20 editorial, congratulating Elizabethtown College for reducing its tuition from $42,000 a year to $32,000. Don’t stop at the headline you quoted. If you read the entire article, Elizabethtown itself points out that this change has zero impact on the average “out of pocket cost” its students will pay in 2018-2019. Just like […]

From Where I Sit



Like many of you, Rosemary and I were glued to the television last week for the public Senate hearing for Supreme Court candidate Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser of attempted rape, Christine Blasey Ford. Regardless of where your politics and opinions lie, I do think it was a good idea to pause and let the FBI have a week […]

Castaway Critter of the Week



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