Thursday Apr 10
More than 1,200 athletes compete in Special Olympics PA Area M games
Over 1,200 athletes from 26 school districts compete in aquatic and athletic events at the 45th annual Special Olympics Area M games held at Messiah College in Upper Allen Township.
Should 'Amish Mafia' continue? Or is it time the Discovery Channel series called it quits?
Last night concluded the third season of "Amish Mafia," a Discovery Channel series filmed in Lancaster County depicting a group of "Amish" people engaging in violent acts and blackmail.
Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra to present Mendelssohn 'Elijah' with midstate choir groups
The Susquehanna Chorale, the Messiah College Concert Choir and the Choral Arts Society will all join the symphony in a performance of Mendelssohn's "Elijah" on April 12 and 13 at The Forum in Harrisburg.
UMass music students strike high notes in competition
The UMass Trumpet Ensemble, directed by professor Eric Berlin, placed fourth at the National Trumpet Competition, March 20 through 23, at Messiah College in Mechanicsburg, Penn.
Singer-Songwriter Carolyn Marie Opens for Sylvia in Hershey Today
Singer-songwriter Carolyn Marie will be playing a pre-show concert in Hershey in March, before iconic '80s star Sylvia takes the stage.
The News Item
Pastor installed at 2 parishes
The Rev. Vicky Bush has been installed as pastor of the Zion/St. John's Parish serving the congregations of Zion Lutheran Church in Herndon and St. John Lutheran Church in Leck Kill.
The Ephrata Review
Galen named EHS principal
Just one month after the announced retirement of Ephrata High School principal Joane Eby, the school board has voted to name assistant principal Scott Galen to succeed Eby, effective July 1. Galen, who came to EHS last year from the Warwick School District, will lead an all-new leadership team when school opens again in the fall.