Lower Paxton Township supervisors voted 4-1 last night to hire Bradley Gotshall, as the township's new manager. He currently is the manager of Millersville Borough in Lancaster County. For details, click here for a story by Bill Bostic that was published by PennLive.com. And here's a link to Gotshall's resume Read More >>
By Anne Long For Linglestown Gazette Five years after his graduation from Central Dauphin High School in 2013, Greg St. Clair Jr. has landed in the National Football League with an internship as a videographer for the Baltimore Ravens. A lifelong fan, St. Clair grew up going to Ravens games Read More >>
By Charles ZinnLinglestown Gazette summer intern Have you ever wanted to see an armored SWAT car up close? That is one of the pieces of equipment Lower Paxton Township officials are bringing to the annual National Night Out at George Park, so now is your chance. The National Night Out Read More >>
By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette summer intern The July 4th holiday is over, but some people are still in a booming holiday mood over their new toy authorized by a new state law – aerial fireworks. While many people appear to love celebrating nearly a month after the July 4th Read More >>
By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette summer intern Lower Paxton Township officials most likely are patting themselves on the back based on what’s happening in neighboring West Hanover Township. Why? Well, taking out the trash is harder these days in West Hanover Township, according to some residents who showed up at Read More >>
Longtime Lower Paxton Supervisor Bill Hawk passed away Saturday. He served as a supervisor for over 20 years and was the board chairman during most of those years. This spring he was elected as president of a statewide association of township officials. "Hawk was proud that the Lower Paxton supervisors Read More >>
Staff Report Tim Murphy, a resident in the Locust Lane corridor, reports that a large crowd attended Tuesday night's Lower Paxton Township supervisors' workshop to call for a traffic light at the intersection of Locust Lane and Fairmont Drive near the vo-tech school. An updated traffic study is needed to Read More >>
By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette intern Time sure does fly when you're having fun with fireworks. Tonight marks the 15th consecutive year Linglestown Fire Company has had a hand in putting on a spectacular fireworks celebration at Koons Park to mark the Fourth of July holiday. While these fireworks have Read More >>
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 no plans for building a Read More >>
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, Dauphin County officials launched a corridor study about a year ago by Read More >>