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Ed Cunningham, Elizabethtown's chief of police, confirmed that plans had been made for a protest downtown from 3-6 p.m. on June 6. [Read More]
The reduction in hours will mean that some employees may drop below the threshold necessary to qualify for health insurance or wellness benefits. [Read More]
The official Hershey Company visitor's center will have several new precautions in place to protect guests and staff from the coronavirus. [Read More]
Reservations may be made for up to 10 guests during certain hours, in order to help prevent crowding which may spread the coronavirus. [Read More]
At polling places in Hummelstown and Middletown, the number of people voting was down significantly, but the number of provisional ballots submitted was also significantly... [Read More]
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has announced that beginning June 2, driver's skill tests will resume at reopened Driver License Centers. [Read More]
Artists such as the Rolling Stones, Quincy Jones, Peter Gabriel and Billie Eilish have announced their intent to halt business, as have music services like... [Read More]
The pandemic struck at the height of the wedding season, leaving many event coordinators, venues and staff without income and forcing couples to rapidly and... [Read More]
The protest started peacefully... [Read More]
Some posts on social media shared sentiments that the rally went smoothly, and some went home feeling that it had concluded peacefully. Then that changed. [Read More]
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