NEWS/OPINION

  • Wegmans coming to East Shore?
    Wegmans coming to East Shore?

    By Bill Bostic Linglestown Gazette summer intern Charles Zinn has gotten to the bottom of the ongoing controversy over Wegmans adding a second store in our area. In short, it's not happening anytime soon. A Wegmans official in the public relations department said there are

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  • Rt. 39 traffic woes subject of corridor study
    Rt. 39 traffic woes subject of corridor study

    By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette summer intern There's growing concerns about traffic congestion on Pennsylvania Route 39 with major development projects planned in the corridor in Susquehanna and Lower Paxton townships. With help from community activist Eric Epstein, D

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  • Another CD tax hike is in the works
    Another CD tax hike is in the works

    Central Dauphin's school board is on a course to adopt a property-tax hike for the sixth consecutive year. CLICK HERE to get up to speed with a report filed by independent journalist Bill Bostic for PennLive.com. School board members Richard Mazzatesta, Eric Esptein and Jus

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  • CD East High dedicates sports complex gateway
    CD East High dedicates sports complex gateway

    The Central Dauphin School District community gathered Monday to dedicate a new gateway to a 14-field athletic complex on the CD East High campus. The gateway is named after David Alexander, who was a member of the school's first graduating class in 1964 and went on to attend

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  • Lower Paxton to assess new environmental fee
    Lower Paxton to assess new environmental fee

    By Bill Bostic Gazette editor & independent journalist The impact of federal clean water regulations is about to take a chunk out of every property owner's wallet in Lower Paxton Township – and there's nothing local officials can do stop this environmental freight train

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  • Town hall focuses on school safety
    Town hall focuses on school safety

    On the eve of the Columbine school massacre's 19th anniversary and with emotional scars from February's Florida school shooting still raw, a diverse group of people gathered last week at Susquehanna Township High School to consider how to strengthen school safety. The Gazette'

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  • Forum unveils two seeking to succeed Marsico
    Forum unveils two seeking to succeed Marsico

    By Bill Bostic State Rep. Ron Marsico, R-Lower Paxton Township, deciding to retire at the end of this year is forcing voters in 105th state House District to pick a new officeholder for the first time in nearly 30 years. Republican voters in Lower Paxton and East and West H

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SPORTS

  • Gazette Sports Chat – Meet CD Rams new boys b-ball coach
    Gazette Sports Chat – Meet CD Rams new boys b-ball coach

    For the first time in a decade, the Central Dauphin Rams have a new head coach for the boys basketball team – and there's a buzz around town that good things are in the works. Gazette Sports Chat host Joe Gilloway recently set up shop at St. Thomas Roasters Coffee House in L

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  • ‘For Sale’ sign concerns youth soccer group
    ‘For Sale’ sign concerns youth soccer group

    The appearance of a "for sale" sign at Sports City Harrisburg indoor soccer facility has raised eyebrows among parents and coaches affiliated Capital Area Soccer Association, or CASA. The area's largest youth soccer organization has been based at Sports City for about three years

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  • Ted’s Bar & Grill visits Gazette Sports Chat
    Ted’s Bar & Grill visits Gazette Sports Chat

    Gazette sports director Joe Gilloway visits with the co-owner of Ted's Bar & Grill, Romeo LeMarco, in this episode of Gazette Sports Chat that was recorded on May 9, 2019. The sports bar is a big backer of Central Dauphin athletics and was the first sponsor to sign on to

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LIFESTYLE

  • 10 summer activities that cost almost nothing
    10 summer activities that cost almost nothing

    By Anne Long For Linglestown Gazette The weather is warmer, the sun is back in the sky, and the temperatures are rising. It is the most relaxing and refreshing time of the year: SUMMER! Now, not only is the sun out and myself with it; but it’s also around longer, adding

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  • Reserve your spot in Memorial Day parade
    Reserve your spot in Memorial Day parade

    On May 28, 2018 at 1 p.m. American Legion Post 272 will sponsor our 99th parade. This parade will pay tribute to those who have served, are serving, and most importantly those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while in service to our country. A parade has been conducted by

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  • Mystery Lifestyle Guy does a local distillery
    Mystery Lifestyle Guy does a local distillery

    The Midstate Distillery at 1817 N. Cameron Street in the city was somewhat of a surprise for me. I had no idea it existed until I met some friends for cocktails there a few weeks ago. The distillery was started by two brothers-in-law, Brian and Dan, and they have created "Harr

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