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Annual Feed-A-Friend marathon is underway
The 50-hour on-air marathon has become a Hanover institution, with individuals, schools and businesses challenging others to top their donations of canned goods and other non-perishable food items.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Ruth's Harvest yields thankful children
The St. Matthew Lutheran team, from left, Doris Deitzel, Nan Sterner, Joan Waterstreet, Barb Thomas, Team Leader Deb Seibert are shown packing items for backpacks.
Yard Sale Guru: A 'day of sport shopping' in Hanover
In 6 B.C. , I ventured out at 4 a.m. to get "free after rebate" deals on computer equipment, kitchen appliances, and more.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Hanover School Board votes in new assistant superintendent
With an 8-0 vote, the Hanover School Board approved a contract hiring Susan Seiple as the assistant to the superintendent for the curriculum, instruction and assessment.
Vendor market in Penn Township to open
An Amish buggy waits to be put on display in front of the building at 1649 Broadway when the Amish Markets at Hanover open Dec. 12. Contractors Hugo Lua, left, and Dustin Kuhn, right, work on building a vendor booth that will serve Seven Valleys Winery at the Amish Markets at Hanover in November.
HACC Highlights: HACC is where you are
Did you know that HACC's affordable quality education is available wherever you are? If accessibility has been the one thing keeping you from getting started on a college degree, finishing up where you left off years ago or acquiring new skills to better market yourself, you don't have to wait any longer.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Town Talk
The event was hosted by their children, Brian and Denise, and attended by family and friends of the couple.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Thomasville man stabbed while thwarting what he believed was theft from a car in Hanover
A 26-year-old Thomasville man was stabbed while thwarting an apparent theft from a car early Saturday morning in Hanover, borough police reported.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Santa returns to Hanover
Santa arrived in Center Square on Friday morning after the annual Santa Parade in Hanover.
Sisters speak about losing home to High Street fire
But Ashley Early, whose family home was badly damaged, said she was just grateful that her family and neighbors survived Monday's overnight blaze on High Street in Hanover.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Black Friday shoppers substitute Thanksgiving meals for holiday deals
From left, brothers Eric and Emory Heiner, Matthew Feeser and his nephew, Brandon Craigle, are the first four waiting in line at Target in Gateway Gettysburg on Thursday.
More than 500 brave wind at New Oxford Turkey Trot
Runners take off at the start of the 22nd annual Thanksgiving Day 5K Turkey Trot in New Oxford on Thursday morning.
New traffic signals ready in West Manheim Township
Those traveling on the Baltimore Pike in West Manheim Township will notice two new traffic signals at the Fuhrman Mill Road and Reservoir Heights Road intersections.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Golden Visions Senior Center & Adult Day Services schedule for the week of Dec. 2
Golden Visions Senior Center & Adult Day Services, 250 Fame Ave., Hanover, has planned the following activities for the upcoming week: In an unprecedented ruling, an Israeli woman has been ordered to pay a penalty of $140 a day for refusing to circumcise her son.
The York Daily Record
Hanover churches pack weekend meals for needy children
The Rev. Gerry Godfrey of Hanover Church of the Brethren serves up lunch at the Hanover Council of Churches' soup kitchen in this 2012 file photo.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The York Daily Record
York couple teams with chef to open Tutoni's, Vintage wine bar
Toni and Tony Calderone, left, with their executive chef Scott Robinson inside the former Colosseo building in the 100 block of North George Street.
Scavenger hunt hopes to keep Hanover shoppers local
"This town was built by the Sheppards, the Warehimes and companies like Hanover Shoe Farms," she said.
The York Daily Record
Hanover man charged with decapitating his dad is competent to stand trial, DA says.
A Hanover man who police allege killed and decapitated his father is competent to stand trial, York County District Attorney Tom Kearney said in court on Tuesday.
Yard Sale Guru: Keep Hanover like it was 'back in the day' by supporting Small Business Saturday
Between my house and the nearest mall, I would pass by shopping centers, a myriad of banks and mattress dealers, chain restaurants, new housing developments, and then farm land.
Vida brings charter-renewal request to Hanover Public School District
For the second time in a month, students, parents and teachers lobbied for the reauthorization of a charter for Vida Charter School.