State Senator John DiSanto of Linglestown is trying to make good on his position that the setup for state pensions needs a major overhaul. He released an op-ed last week that PennLive ran. CLICK HERE to give it a read.
The planned shopping plaza along Colonial Road behind the Sheetz store at Linglestown Road is stuck in a holding pattern due to a bureaucratic roadblock. Lower Paxton resident Eric Kessler, the developer, says he only needs a general permit from the state Department of Environmental Protection to begin work on the project that is called Forest Hills Commons. "There are no outstanding issues," said Kessler. "It's a pain in the rump that DEP has a backlog of projects and is Read More >>
Several local companies and a private social club willingly became sponsors of Linglestown Gazette in recent weeks — and there's space for others to come aboard. Below is a list of what's available if you or your company want to invest in local journalism for the greater Lower Paxton Township area. Here's a brief update on what's happening with the Gazette ... First, the suggested donations listed below are lower than market rate because Linglestown Gazette is operating as a Read More >>
By Bill Bostic Gazette sports reporter CD Rams head coach Glen McNamee's keys to victory against Carlisle Thundering Herd ... #1 ... Defenders need to stick to their responsibilities when Carlisle goes with tricky run/pass option plays. #2 ... Find a way to contain Carlisle's "electrifying' senior wide receiver Gavyn Barnes, #3, when he gets the ball off of passes or on kick returns. He's made several ESPN-highlight quality plays already this season, according to coach Mac. #3 ... Winning Read More >>