Submitted item It's holiday mayhem for a troupe of traveling actors performing Charles Dickens' classic tale A Christmas Carol. The actors playing Scrooge and Tiny Tim have suddenly quit, but the show must go on. The stage manager and prop boy have stepped in to fill their roles with only Read More >>
By Anne Long For Linglestown Gazette We all want to be the best version of ourselves: happy and healthy. But, we might not know where to start making the change, especially if we’ve been stuck in a cycle of eating out, snacking on too many tasty treats, and not taking Read More >>
By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette intern Here's a great way to extend the July 4th holiday into the weekend! Trinity Presbyterian Church located on Locust Lane across from the vo-tech school, is throwing their 3rd annual shindig this Friday, July 6, starting at 5:30 p.m. – and Gazette readers are Read More >>
By Charles ZinnLinglestown Gazette intern CR Automotive Detailing is opening its doors in the Linglestown village in a beautifully remodeled garage in the square. While it is not fully opened yet, customers can come and get car washes at 50-percent off this Friday and Saturday only. “You get all our Read More >>
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, Read More >>
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 Read More >>
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 Read More >>
By Steve Crimmel For Linglestown Gazette As cars zip through the hamlet of Linglestown, it’s hard to notice the barber ‘s pole sign just west of the square. For 60 years though, and roughly 35 at that location and a previous nine years by the roundabout, Ron Stine has been Read More >>
By Erika Weber-Broody For Linglestown Gazette If you are part of the pack that fasts on Fridays during Lent, you are no stranger to the traditional fish fry. There seem to be countless options across central Pennsylvania to indulge, including a good spot right here in Lower Paxton Township. Holy Read More >>