When I drive through our neighborhood or surf through the internet, it is very common to see signs for support of the police or posts supporting the blue. In recent months, we have all seen the rise in violent crime in our neighborhoods. And, now more than ever the state and local police truly need our support as their very lives are being threatened. They need more than a sign or a post.
The East Hanover Township Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, April 5th was a rather lengthy one. In regards to the Grantville Fire Company's intention on purchasing a new fire apparatus, at the moment no final deal has been met. The fire company recently met with a sales representative who informed them that if the purchase was not made by May 1st there is a potential risk of a dramatic price increase.
Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf said she was proud of this verdict, saying that this trial showed the juror's "what pure evil personified looks like."
"PA. This free event will feature live music, snacks, samples, and highlight our five local brewers: Rotunda Brewing Company, Snitz Creek Brewery- Lebanon, Mt. Gretna Craft Brewery, Under the Bridge Hard Cider, and the new Lebanon Valley Craft Brewery" says the press release.
"You should see Max's dinner plate, maybe I should start taking pictures to prove I feed the asshole," county detective David Shaffer read from Maurer's text messages Thursday.
While the shelter, which can house between 20 and 40 people at one time, has fluctuated it’s numbers in years past, during the COVID-19 pandemic the shelter has been consistently full, according to Erin Timmins, advocacy and prevention supervisor at the YWCA.
“I felt so much relief of everything that I’ve been holding…it was just like, wow,” Francisco said. “Then in the moment when I was crying, I was outside of my body looking at myself being empathetic. "It's okay, let it go"
Avoiding "Major" Confusion: Strategies for the Undecided Student: HACC's Career Services team will teach future students about career services and provide the tools to assist students in choosing their pathway.
In Ephrata, volunteers from Bethany Slavic Church have raised more than $200,000 to help Ukrainian refugees. Church members are working with contacts in Poland to manage a network there that helps connect refugees with temporary housing.
After hitting rock bottom from a struggle and battle with addiction and finding himself inside a federal prison he realized in that moment he can only go up from there