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Democrats Lose Full Slate for Borough Council In Elizabethtown

The Elizabethtown Borough Council has an uncontested race after all despite Democrats using write-in votes to nominate candidates to oppose Republican incumbents in all three wards. Kelly Fuddy got 46 write-in votes for the First Ward Borough Council seat,considerably more than the 10 needed to get the Democratic nomination for the seat now held by […]

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Libertarian Candidate Running Unopposed for Auditor in Mount Joy Township

Voters in Mount Joy Township will see something unusual on the ballot in November: a candidate running for the Board of Auditors. Steven M. Rosenshine submitted signatures of registered voters to get on the ballot as the Libertarian Party nominee. People who are registered to vote as Democrats and Republicans are nominated in primary elections; […]

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Categories CommunityFeaturedNewsSchoolSchool Events

New Socks, Underwear Sought for Donegal Students

Milanof-Schock Library in Mount Joy and the Susquehanna Stage Company in Marietta will be collecting brandnew socks and underwear for school-age (K-12) children in need who live in the Donegal School District. The library and the theater group are accepting the donations on behalf of the Donegal Hub who is working in conjunction with Rainbow’s […]

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Categories Op/Ed

Letter to the Editor: Elizabethtown Schools Need to Find Ways to Cut Expenses

More than one year ago, the Advocate published a letter I had submitted, suggesting that the school district “sponsor the development of a volunteer committee comprised of concerned and dedicated residents to review the school’s budget and budget process.” The underlying issue was whether there were cost reductions to be identified and accounted. The letter […]

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