Categories CommunityFeaturedNews

EMS Company Faces Serious Financial Woes

Correction: An earlier version of this article erroneously reported that people who pay membership dues to Northwest EMS are not charged for ambulance calls. It should have said that members who have health insurance are not billed for the difference between the insurance company’s payment and the cost of the ambulance call. Northwest Emergency Medical Services […]

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E-Town Library Gets Approval for State Education Tax Credit

Businesses looking to contribute to the community and get a tax break at the same time now can make their contribution to the Elizabethtown Public Library. This fall, the library was approved as an Educational Improvement Organization in Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. The program allows EITC approved, participating businesses to receive a 75 […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Grossly Exceeded Its Authority

Kudos to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on creating a constitutional crisis! Exhibiting what can only be described as incredible hubris, our state’s highest court decided to rewrite Article I, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution by drawing congressional districts. This section reads, “The times, places and manner of holding elections for senators and representatives shall […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Property Tax Makes Me Think About Leaving Pennsylvania

Another election has come and gone. Politicians have made more promises to provide property tax relief, particularly to seniors. The jaded among us expect these promises will continue to be unfulfilled. As I approach retirement age and consider the negative effect paying school taxes will have on my 401(k), I think I may have found a […]

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