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Ellie Judge swings for the fences at Palmyra’s Great Give held sept. 28 in Memorial Park. The event featured all sorts of food, games, music and experiences and raised more than $20,000 to benefit more than 40 local organizations. You can add to the take by visiting www.palmyra.gives. Photo: Nathan Merkel. Subscription Required! You must be an active subscriber to […]
It may be named Hidden Still Spirits, but its plans for the future are now out in the open. The restaurant, which includes an on-site operating distillery, recently announced it will be relocating its headquarters from its current location in Lebanon to a new space in three buildings that make up the former extraction plant off West Chocolate Avenue in […]
Carmen Chango, who recently celebrated his 100th birthday, enjoys a birthday celebration at The Mohler Center, where he is a member. When asked about living a long life, he had three pieces of advice: Don’t go swimming with bow-legged women; Chew your food; drink scotch and water with a twist of lemon – not too much water – “it kills […]
The state Republican Party has set a date to pick a candidate for the Jan. 14 special election to fill the 48th Senate District seat vacated by Mike Folmer. The Republican nominating conference will be held Saturday, Oct. 19, at Lebanon Valley College in Annville. Since the district stretches across multiple counties – the northeast corner of York, the southern […]
I live on Nye Road, just off of Sand Hill Road. The land across the street from my house belongs to the Hershey Trust/School. For the past few weeks, loggers have been cutting hundreds of trees. “Rumor” has it that the tress had an ash bore infestation. However, it seems more clearing has been done. Can you do one of […]
We have all sorts of things walk in the front door here at The Sun. Last week, a story came in the door that really touched me and I want to tell you about it. It’s the story of Frederick M. Nye, who was from Hummelstown and was killed in action during World War II in Germany. I never heard […]
Hey! Did you watch the Ken Burns program series “Country Music” last week on WITF-TV? I understand of course, if you were raised north of the Maxon-Dixon Line and east of the Ohio River, country music may not have had much influence on your life. But for me, it was a must watch occasion. I think over the years in […]
Classmates and friends gather at the Lower Dauphin Alumni Association’s All-Class Gathering. Pictured, from left, are (front) Howard Roath, Jeannine Lehmer Groff, Denise Roath and Aleicia Lehmer; and (back) Gerald Groff and Craig Lehmer. Photo: William Jackson. Subscription Required! You must be an active subscriber to access this content! Please Login below or Subscribe!
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