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Republicans Maintain Local Dominance

Republicans maintained their position as the region’s dominant political party as they defeated Democratic challengers in many local races. Republican Randall L. Miller got more than 63% of the vote to defeat Democrat Dan Stephenson in the race for magisterial district judge, one of the biggest local races. Miller and Stephenson, who are both lawyers, […]

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Extraordinary Give Has ECHOS as Its Newest Beneficiary

The eighth annual Extraordinary Give is coming up on Friday, Nov. 22, and this year’s charitable giving event has several new features. Among them is the first participation by Elizabethtown Communty Housing & Outreach Services. Until recently, ECHOS was ineligible to participate because it had been operating under the auspices of Elizabethtown College. “We were […]

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Bainbridge’s 200-Year-Old Blacksmith Shop Now Owned by Conoy Township

A blacksmith shop in downtown Bainbridge that dates to the early 19th century is now owned by Conoy Township. The township aims to preserve the historic building, perhaps arranging for demonstrations of blacksmithing. Shortly after signing the paperwork to sell the building, Wayne Brooks described how his family came to the area. Brooks said he […]

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Elizabethtown Might Sell Credits From Its Sewage Treatment

Elizabethtown Borough is exploring the sale of credits for wastewater treatment in 2020, Borough Manager Roni Ryan said. Elizabethtown’s sewage treatment plant does a better job than state regulations require in cleaning up wastewater. This can give the borough credits it can sell to other plant operators that are not doing as good of a […]

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