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, this story marks the beginning of a Read More >>
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 Rep. Ron Read More >>
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 Central Dauphin School District. Shows run about 15 minutes and Read More >>
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 nearly three decades. Eric Epstein earlier this month entered Read More >>
By Lisa Mader Rundle For Linglestown Gazette Students from Linglestown Middle School competed in a regional Future City competition and walked away with a second-place finish. The event held at the State Museum in Harrisburg attracted 21 teams. Linglestown Middle team members were 8th graders Maggie Doherty, Amelia Smeltz, Connor Read More >>
By Bill Bostic Central Dauphin School District officials outlined plans Monday evening to construct a new West Hanover Elementary School on the same property where the current 66-year-old-school is located. About 95 residents attended the public hearing held at Central Dauphin East High School. Superintendent Carol Johnson said the school Read More >>
Radio-style broadcasting is not dead — at least not on Linglestown Gazette. Independent journalist Bill Bostic (pictured below) takes to the internet airwaves to deliver the Gazette Morning Update on his trusty golden microphone weekday mornings at around 7:30 am on Facebook Live. You'll get the lowdown on local happenings, Read More >>
By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette intern LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP - Republican candidate governor Paul Mango was the guest speaker Monday evening at the Tea Party Patriots of Central PA meeting held at New Love in Christ Church on Jonestown Road. Mango, a businessman from the Pittsburgh area, gave an overview Read More >>
Look for formal development plans for the former Blue Ridge Country Club located near the western border of Lower Paxton Township along Linglestown Road to surface sometime during the first quarter of 2018. Mark DiSanto, CEO of Triple Crown Corporation, hopes to be in position to break ground in early Read More >>
Multiple sources agree that Aldi, a discount grocery chain, plans to open a new store at the former NB Leibman furniture store on Rt. 22/Jonestown Rd. in Colonial Park. The Gazette contacted the company by email and received this reply: There are many factors involved when we open a new Read More >>