Categories Op/Ed

Editorial: GOP Chairman Should Insist on Debates for All Campaigns

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ought to accept challenger Scott Wagner’s call for another debate. Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio made case for it in a statement released by the party on Monday, Oct. 8. “Voters across Pennsylvania deserve a side-by-side comparison of the candidates they are choosing between and that is best accomplished […]

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Categories FeaturedNews

Lt. Gov. Candidate Bartos Speaks at E-Town College

Jeff Bartos, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor, described a man he met at a Johnstown diner as he spoke at Elizabethtown College. Bartos said he met the elderly man while campaigning in the western Pennsylvania city the day before the primary election. The man told him he was heartbroken because his son, his daughter-in-law […]

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Categories CommunityFeaturedNews

Historical Society Plans Talk on Shoe Industry

The Elizabethtown Historical Society is planning a presentation titled, “Shoes of Elizabethtown, One Man’s Collection,” at its meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the society’s headquarters at 57 S. Poplar St., Elizabethtown. The presentation is by Richard Barr, son of the proprietor of the former Economy Shoe Store, who provides an overview […]

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Categories Business NewsCommunityFeaturedNews

Groundbreaking Event Held for Bigger Child Care Center at Masonic Village

U-Gro Learning Centres has broken ground on a child care center at Masonic Village in Elizabethtown. Located at the Shrine Road entrance to the Masonic Village campus, the project represents a more than $3 million investment. The new building will accommodate more families than its current facility at the site, and it will provide state-of-the […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Help Available for Victims of Torrential Floods in August

Following the torrential rains during August, many Lancaster County residents suffered basement flooding, resulting in damage and loss of property. Residents with some of the more serious flooding still require help in cleaning out and sanitizing basement areas and contents. The Lancaster County Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters is an organization of nonprofit and faith-based […]

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