NEWS/OPINION

  • Lower Paxton’s top cop calls it quits
    Lower Paxton’s top cop calls it quits

    After being on the job a little over two years, Lower Paxton Township Director of Public Safety and Police Chief David Spotts resigned this week from the post. CLICK HERE for the story by Linglestown Gazette's founder and independent journalist Bill Bostic. Coincidentally,

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  • Race for Rep. Marsico’s seat heats up (Updated)
    Race for Rep. Marsico’s seat heats up (Updated)

    Update – Janice Creason informed Linglestown Gazette on Feb. 11 that she doesn't to drop out of the race to focus on her duties as Dauphin County treasurer. PennLive reports that Adam Klein of West Hanover Township has tossed his hat into the race to succeed retiring state R

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  • Gazette Update testing video
    Gazette Update testing video

    Check out the Gazette Morning Update sponsored by Consolidated Insurance Services. The host is Linglestown Gazette publisher, independent journalist, sports reporter and wannabe showman Bill Bostic. This is the best way to keep tabs on Lower Paxton Township, Linglestown and

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  • Creason enters race for Rep. Marsico’s seat
    Creason enters race for Rep. Marsico’s seat

    Janice Creason, a Republican who currently is Dauphin County treasurer, has formally announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination to seek the seat being vacated state Rep. Ron Marsico. Marsico recently announced he would not seek re-election after holding the office n

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JUST FOR FUN

  • Docudrama captures sporting world’s attention
    Docudrama captures sporting world’s attention

    Linglestown Gazette's first-ever docudrama, Oldest QB Ever, has officially made its world debut to rave reviews. The release of the first three epIsodes has taken some of the luster away from the Super Bowl festivities in Minnesota this week. And now the moment everyone has b

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  • Super Bowl can’t match local football tale
    Super Bowl can’t match local football tale

    SUPER BOWL SPECIAL – While the world is focused on this Sunday's Super Bowl in Minnesota, an amazing football story unfolded at Central Dauphin High last fall that few know about. Luckily, the epic tale of the "OLDEST QB EVER" was documented on video for all to see. Belo

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SPORTS

  • CD Rams standout receiver headed to IUP
    CD Rams standout receiver headed to IUP

    Central Dauphin Rams senior tight end/wide receiver Grant Smith plans to continue his football and academic careers at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, according to a report by Eric Epler of PennLive.com. Grant earned an All-State honorable mention nod from EasternPaFootba

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  • Gress has big night in Lady Rams road win
    Gress has big night in Lady Rams road win

    By Joe Gilloway Linglestown Gazette sports director CHAMBERSBURG (Jan. 26) — "Someone better start shadowin' that number 14 chick," said a woman in the stands Friday night at Chambersburg Area High School, "cause she ain't gonna miss." That "chick" was Central Dauphin ju

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  • Youth baseball sign-up time has arrived
    Youth baseball sign-up time has arrived

    Linglestown Baseball Association will hold player registration for the spring season this Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 from 10:00 am - 12:30 pm at the Koons Park Clubhouse. For more details about the program, head to the association's website. Be sure to mark your calendar for open

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LIFESTYLE

  • Experience a bit of Britain in Lancaster
    Experience a bit of Britain in Lancaster

    Linglestown Gazette's mystery travel and food guy returns with a foodie adventure just beyond your backyard. For years my travels to and from Southeast Asia gave me many overnights or two-day layovers in London. These stops allowed me the opportunity to explore Britain's pub

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  • Mystery Lifestyle Writer Has 2017 Top Picks
    Mystery Lifestyle Writer Has 2017 Top Picks

    Looking over my travel notes from the past year’s eating, drinking and exploring moments, I began reflecting on what were some places I either discovered for the first time or found myself returning to on a regular basis. This is not a  "Best of " list for 2017, but rather

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  • Bostic to talk journalism with Lower Paxton Lions
    Bostic to talk journalism with Lower Paxton Lions

    Gazette independent journalist Bill Bostic will be spreading the word about the importance of local journalism to members of a public service group early next year. Lower Paxton Township Lions Club has booked him to be the guest speaker during their Feb. 13, 2018 meeting at Li

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