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Hanover, Pennsylvania is located in York County. Zip codes in Hanover, PA include 17334, 17331, and 17332. The median home price in Hanover is $144,900 which is roughly $86/per square foot. More Hanover information.

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3 hrs ago | Evening Sun

PUC suspends proposed Hanover-area water rate increase

The Public Utility Commission voted to suspend Hanover Borough's application on Aug. 21 for a more than 40 percent water rate increase, said PUC information specialist Robin Tilley.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Evening Sun

Vibe dance studio combines big-city expertise with small-town friendliness

Students in the intermediate and advanced ballet class at Vibe Performing Arts observe as classmates perform turns during class on Aug. 6 at the Gettysburg studio on Baltimore Pike.

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Evening Sun

Pennsylvania Theatrical Arts partners with area nonprofits

Brittany Stevens, owner and director of Pennsylvania Theatrical Arts in Hanover, rehearses a dance segment with cast members for the upcoming production of "CATS" on Aug. 13. A dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to the Adams County SPCA.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

The York Daily Record

W.O.W helps Hanover-area women dress for success

Soroptomist International members Lisa Bankert, left, Jo Ann Scheu, center, and Cheryl Swope pose in the new Women Outfitting Women store at 22 Carlisle St. in Hanover on Aug. 19. Women referred to the Women Outfitting Women store by local assistance agencies will receive a free interview outfit.

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WPMT-TV York

Prostitution arrests in Hanover

Two employees of a Hanover spa are charged with prostitution after a three week investigation by police.

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The York Daily Record

Police: Two charged with prostitution

Two Hanover women were charged with prostitution and related offenses on Monday, according to separate police criminal complaints filed at District Judge Dwayne Dubs' office.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Retailing Today

Snyder's-Lance doubles new product revenue

Snyder's-Lance, a leading manufacturer and distributor of premium snacks, recently marked the first anniversary of its state-of-the-art Research and Development Center.

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Evening Sun

Everyday Hero: Hanover woman encourages volunteerism

Peg Sennett, 72, of Hanover, takes a break from painting a deck during a home restoration in Swan Quarter, North Carolina, in May 2012 after Hurricane Irene damaged the coastal area.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

The Lebanon Daily News

Police log: Big rigs stolen from East Hanover lot

Abel Bercerra Guardia, 43, of Hershey told state police at Lickdale that propety he and Angel Becerra Guardia, 34, of Hershey owned was stolen from a storage rental lot for freight between 8 p.m. Friday and 11:53 a.m. Sunday.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Evening Sun

Guthrie Memorial board elects new president

Barb Carbaugh may have been elected as board president at her first meeting with the Guthrie Memorial Library Board, but this won't be her first time leading a library into the future.

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Evening Sun

Religion: Church activities for the local area planned for the week beginning Aug. 14

Barts Centenary United Methodist Church, 50 E. King St., Littlestown, will host a "Good Ole Days" pre-parade refreshment stand beginning at 5 p.m. today selling hot dogs, walking tacos and cold drinks.

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York Dispatch

New Hope Ministries closes in on fundraising goal for old Evening Sun building

The organization held a fundraiser Wednesday night at the building at 135 Baltimore St., during which New Hope staff spoke with potential donors, unveiled plans for the building and announced a grant in had received that morning, said Molly Helmstetter, director of development at New Hope.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

Evening Sun

Central Penn College dean's list

The following area students were named to the Central Penn College dean's list for the spring 2014 term: Melissa Brandt of East Berlin; Kristina Dupont of Hanover; Heidi Farina of Gardners; Brandy Harman of Abbottstown; Tina Havens of Gettysburg; Stephen Henry of Hanover; Isaac Huggins of Gettysburg; Ashley Kern of Gettysburg; Shelbi Kinard of ... (more)

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Evening Sun

Snapshot: Big Bird Visits

Our ducks in their pond hosting a visitor, a Great Blue Heron. The ducks weren't sure what to make of this other bird.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Evening Sun

Cancer patients find confidence, friendship at Life Changes Boutique

Life Changes owner and breast cancer survivor Diana Klunk displays some of the bras available at the boutique on York Street in Hanover on Aug. 13. Wig stylist Ashlee Lawrence describes how she fits wigs to each woman's needs and preferences on Aug. 13. Among the many personal anxieties that come with breast cancer surgery is the fear of never ... (more)

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

O-R Online

DOE searching for abandoned wells in Hanover

The U.S. Department of Energy is notifying people living in northern Washington County that workers will be flying low in a helicopter over Hillman State Park while searching for “long-abandoned” oil and gas wells on that land.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

Evening Sun

Buona Fortuna serves homemade bread, calamari, pizza and more

Waitress Tisha Smith serves bread to Ron Bollinger, right, and Larry Bean, left, and their guests at Buona Fortuna restaurant in Hanover.

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The York Daily Record

Police: Hanover man assaults woman in Dillsburg, threatens to kill her

Carroll Township Police charged a Hanover man last week after he allegedly assaulted a woman and threatened to kill her, according to a news release.

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Daily Mail

'Hanover, Pennsylvania haunted house's ghost attacks news crew

Deanna and Tom Simpson have lived at the Maple Avenue, Hanover, home for seven years even though they say more than five ghosts and a demon constantly harass them.

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Mon Aug 11, 2014

The York Daily Record

Hanover barbershop looking to grow membership

Director Ted Gilbert leads the Hanover Standardbred Barbershop Chorus during a rehearsal on Aug. 4. The group is looking for younger members.

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