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  • Company town is gone, but it lives on in its residents

    Company town is gone, but it lives on in its residents
    Elmer Hall grew up in a small town with tree-lined streets, stores, churches and schools — and the largest steel mill in the world, which ran it all. Now that company town exists only in photographs and memories. Forty years ago, the then-owner...
  • State Police Charge Suspect in Beating Death of Dauphin County Man with Criminal Homicide

    State Police Charge Suspect in Beating Death of Dauphin County Man with Criminal Homicide
    Pennsylvania State Police say the suspect in the brutal beating on June 29th of a Millersburg Borough man now faces a Homicide charge.  Emergency crews responding to a call at a home in the 400 block of South Market street found the victim, 50 year old...
  • Don't re-elect President Kim Jong Obama

    President Barack Obama is now openly preaching the radical egalitarianism of John Rawls. Sneering at us Americans because we don't and can't produce the circumstances of our own births which is, of course, impossible. Mr. Obama arrogantly asserts that...
  • 2 Ohio amusement parks among top 20

    Kings Island and Cedar Point are the most popular seasonal amusement parks in the U.S., according to a report issued by the Theme Entertainment Association. Both parks, owned by Cedar Fair Entertainment of Sandusky, Ohio, saw a slight rise in...
  • Milton Hershey School Says It Will Accept HIV Student

    Milton Hershey School Says It Will Accept HIV Student
    Milton Hershey School officially puts an end to the controversy over the application of a student with HIV to attend the private school.   Milton Hershey School President Dr. Anthony Colistra issued the following statement: “Milton Hershey School...
  • 'Mad Men' recap: The redemption of Don Draper

    'Mad Men' recap: The redemption of Don Draper
    Apologies for the tardiness of this recap, but I’ve been listening to “Both Sides Now” on repeat and weeping bittersweet tears all morning, which can make it surprisingly difficult to type.  With that disclaimer out of the way, I&...
  • 'Mad Men' Season 6 finale: Matthew Weiner explains the Hershey bar

    'Mad Men' Season 6 finale: Matthew Weiner explains the Hershey bar
    Despite being set amid national turning points for race relations, the major political parties, and the Vietnam War, the season finale of “Mad Men” was always moving toward a pivotal moment with a chocolate bar. Let this serve as an official...
  • Bel Air honors longtime Appearance and Beautification committee member 'Dot' Maurer

    For three decades Dorothy "Dot" Maurer has been a major contributor to beautification efforts in the Town of Bel Air. Earlier this month, Maurer was recognized by town government leaders, associates and friends for her work with the Bel Air Appearance...
  • Harford Gymnastics athletes perform well in support of breast cancer awareness

    Harford Gymnastics, along with 2,600 other athletes from across the country, competed at the Pink Invitational in Philadelphia, Pa.., Feb. 22 to 24 to support Unite for Her and breast cancer awareness. Harford's Level 7 team shined, taking first place...
  • Country Meadows Retirement Community: One big family, caring for yours

    Country Meadows Retirement Community: One big family, caring for yours
    At Country Meadows, birthdays are paid holidays, employees celebrate work anniversaries and everyone gets a Christmas ham. Employees are treated like family at the family-run business of caring for frail and aging adults who need nursing or personal care....
  • Captains Sharing & Caring looks for places to host events this summer

    Captains Sharing & Caring, a nonprofit foundation that gives children with terminal illnesses or physical disabilities and their families a day out on several local waterways, is looking to marinas, yacht clubs and those with private docks to hosts events...