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  • Shiffert, Walmer had great experiences even though Pennsylvania lost Big 33 Game

     
    It was a historic night in Hershey and even though Easton High and Pennsylvania head coach Steve Shiffert and Parkland offensive lineman Josh Walmer (seen above) came out on the short end of the 57th annual Big 33 Football Classic, both were smiling at...
  • Boos don't bother Kings' Drew Doughty

    Boos don't bother Kings' Drew Doughty
    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty doesn’t mind getting booed, and, in fact, it almost gets him more motivated. “Oh yeah, I hear stuff all the time,” he said after Wednesday’s morning skate at United Center in Chicago. “I feel...
  • Was a Civil War veteran's skull almost auctioned off?

    Was a Civil War veteran's skull almost auctioned off?
    Did a Civil War veteran's skull almost end up on someone's mantle? A Hershey, Pa., auction house had solicited bids for what it described as a neat historical artifact, but facing protest threats, Estate Auction Co. agreed to donate the remains to the...
  • Hershey v. Hershey: Chocolate company sues state senator over campaign signs

    Hershey v. Hershey: Chocolate company sues state senator over campaign signs
    The Hershey Company is accusing a state senator from Queen Anne's County of using chocolate-colored campaign signs to draw on its sugary "fame and equity" in a bid to drum up votes. In a federal lawsuit filed last week, the Pennsylvania-based...
  • Morrissey cancels the rest of his U.S. tour, citing illness

    Morrissey cancels the rest of his U.S. tour, citing illness
    The rest of Morrissey’s U.S. tour dates have been canceled as he contends with a respiratory infection, according to a representative of the British singer. “It is with great sadness that the remainder of the U.S. tour has been cancelled,&...
  • At Big 33, players want to show Pennsylvania that football is what Maryland does

    Former McDonogh star safety Josh Woods had to do his research. When the Maryland commit received an email in early January saying he'd been selected to represent his home state in the Big 33 Football Classic — an annual interstate all-star game...
  • 'The Voice' Contestants to Hit the Road for Summer Tour

    Contestants from NBC's hit singing competition "The Voice" will hit the road this summer for a 31-city North American tour. The tour, headlined by season five winner Tessanne Chin, will kick off June 21 at San Antonio's Majestic Theatre and includes...
  • The home of Kisses

    The home of Kisses
    No, the streets of Hershey aren't paved with chocolate. But that doesn't mean the town isn't deserving of its official nickname. It's called "The Sweetest Place on Earth." That label seems especially fitting in February. During the week before...
  • Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band to play Virginia Beach in April

    Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band to play Virginia Beach in April
    It's starting to look like a huge summer for Farm Bureau Live amphitheater in Virginia Beach. In addition to previously unveiled shows by Elton John, Jimmy Buffett and Dave Matthews, promoters announced Monday that  Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band...
  • Ukrainians must fight for freedom [Letter]

    Ukrainians must fight for freedom [Letter]
    You can't reason with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. He does not know what reason is. He is like a mad dog. You can kill a mad dog and you can kill Vladimir Putin, but you can't reason with either of them. Vladimir Putin has reacted to a popular...
  • Dr. Robert W. Gibson, head of Sheppard Pratt

    Dr. Robert W. Gibson, head of Sheppard Pratt
    Dr. Robert W. Gibson, a seminal figure for more than three decades at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital where he oversaw the desegregation of its facilities, ended its bankruptcy and extended it into the community, died March 8 of heart failure at his...