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  • Public access to Landis Field to be discussed June 24 - It’s possible the stadium could be locked for the second time since last September. By Bill Bostic Anyone who uses the track at Landis Field to walk and jog should consider attending the Central Dauphin School Board meeting on Monday, June 24 at 7 p.m. in the lecture hall at Central Dauphin East High School. […]
  • Jobs available for disabled individuals - Nonprofit organization is hiring food service workers, housekeepers & laundry assistants at Fort Indiantown Gap.
  • Sorting out CD school board race - Get to know CD school board candidates
  • CD schools face cash crunch in 2022 - By Bill Bostic Central Dauphin School District is on track to hold the line on taxes for next school year, but there’s trouble brewing in 2022 if things stay as they are now. The district’s most recent five-year financial projection shows the operating fund running out of money by the tune of $3 million in […]
  • CD school officials look to end string of tax hikes - By Bill Bostic Central Dauphin School District’s administration appears to have been given a mandate by the school board to produce a budget for the 2019-2020 school year that does not include a tax hike. School property taxes have gone up about 15% over the last five years. There’s been growing pressure applied by a […]
  • Central Dauphin superintendent resigns - By Bill Bostic Central Dauphin School District Superintendent Dr. Carol Johnson announced her resignation Monday from the position effective June 30 and her intention to retire from public education. She was appointed to the position in 2012. Prior to becoming the superintendent, she was the district’s assistant superintendent and a principal at Linglestown Middle School […]
  • New scholarship offered to CD students - Find out about a new helping hand for Central Dauphin High School students that Ted’s Bar & Grill on Allentown Blvd. in West Hanover Township is starting in 2019.
  • Lower Paxton community leader honored - Lower Paxton resident, Central Dauphin School Board member and political activist Eric Epstein was recognized last week by Stray Winds Area Neighbors for his longtime service to the community watchdog group. He is stepping down as the group’s president, a position he has held for about 13 years. He was presented with a painting of the […]
  • Lower Paxton has new top gun - 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 on LinkedIn. Bostic did a […]