One of Charlestown's hot spots is about to get a whole new look.
The river front area at Long Point needs some shoreline restoration. If all goes as planned, that will begin soon.
In its 63 years of existence, Grace Bible Chapel has had just two senior pastors.
Current senior pastor Stephen Schappert has been on the job nearly 23 years.
That's going to change this Sunday when Wayne Heffelfinger, the church's current associate pastor of worship and discipleship, takes over the job of senior pastor. Read more…
When Rich Wilson started coaching volleyball 21 years ago, he admittedly had no idea what he was doing.
Two state titles and 211 wins later, it’s apparent he has learned a great deal along the way. Read more…
Cody Clements had planned to walk across the USA, interviewing people about happiness along the way.
Three days into his nine-month journey, Clements packed it in. Read more…
A short time after filling in for the absent mayor Tuesday night, Rising Sun water and sewer commissioner George Walker resigned his post.
Following a busy summer serving children in four locations, Cecil's Boys & Girls Clubs has again reduced their reach.
All the clubs are currently shut down. Clubs will open for after school programs at two locations beginning September 8. Charlestown Elementary and North East Elementary schools will be host sites for clubs from after school until 6 p.m.
It didn't take long for a Rising Sun High School student to learn why native tear thumb plants had to be removed from the wetland at Rising Sun's Triangle Park.
"Ow," she said as her legs brushed against one of the plants.
Getting native tear thumb plants out of the park was one job for a group of volunteers who met at the park Wednesday evening, August 12. Read more…
If they need a set of plastic gears, technology students at Solanco High School could look for them in storage drawers or order a set from a supplier.
Or they can make the gears using one of the school's new 3D printers.
The printers will also let the students turn their on-screen designs into physical reality.
The school has added six new printers that can turn computer-aided designs into three dimensional objects. Read more...
Black trousers, white shirt, black tie, and a cardigan sweater.
That's how Hiram G. Troop dressed toward the end of his 45 years of teaching in schools throughout Bart Township.
And that's what Barry Girvin will wear when he portrays the township's iconic teacher next month. Troop was the personification of higher education in the township. Read more…
When the new school year begins next month, the Amish community will have two new schools.
Those schools are under construction in Providence and Little Britain townships. A third is under consideration in Eden Township.
Construction is underway on the second phase of an expansion project at Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community.
This phase will include 14 cottages, three villa apartment buildings, an access road, and other infrastructure improvements. This phase will cost more than $5 million to complete, said retirement community spokesman Mitchell Hanna.