Categories E-Town CollegeFeatured

E-Town College Home to Traveling WWI Exhibit

Last year, after the National Endowment for the Humanities awarded a $550,000 grant to the Library of America, the organization established a two-year traveling exhibition of documents, images and interpretive texts commemorating World War I. The exhibition, which will travel to all 50 states, makes its way, this week, to Elizabethtown College, one of just […]

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Categories FeaturedNewsPolice & Fire

Man Charged in Robbery of E-Town Convenience Store

A man being held in the Lebanon County Prison is accused of robbing an Elizabethtown convenience store as well as similar offenses in Lebanon City and Annville Township, Lebanon County. Police said Carlos Ruben Clemente-Cantres, 25, robbed the One Stop Market at 550 E. High St., Elizabethown, on the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 20. Police […]

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Categories BasketballEAHS BearsFeaturedSports

Girls Basketball Comes Close, But Falls to Penn Manor, 34-32

In sports, there are always bumps in the road, even during otherwise great seasons of play. The Elizabethtown Area High School’s girls varsity basketball encountered such a bump in their recent game against the Section 1 rival Penn Manor Comets on Friday, Jan. 26, a contest Elizabethtown lost by the thin margin of 34-32. “Both […]

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Categories Business NewsFeaturedNews

Local Hand-Tooled Archery Shop Hearkens Back to Medieval Times

Bill Darr – looking like a medieval archer – strides away from a silhouette target on a field two football fields long at the Sterling Renaissance Festival in upstate New York on a late summer day. He stops several times, turns and fires an arrow from his handmade, wood, longbow through the target forehead. Darr […]

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