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Visiting the 9/11 Memorial: An unforgettable experience
par BRUCE R. MILLER firstname.lastname@example.org le 12/09/2021 à 2:00
A visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York's Financial District would be a refresher lesson – a look at history from a distance – I told myself.
Nurses - The Heart of Health Care
le 29/12/2020 à 4:34
We’re excited to honor extraordinary nurses in our area who go above and beyond to deliver compassionate care. In unprecedented times and with the added strain of COVID-19, this year we celebrate nurses who put others first and have made…
Weekend events usher in holiday season
par Joseph Cress The Sentinel le 01/12/2015 à 11:56
There are many elves working behind the scenes to help Santa meet and greet his public.
Soggy start to deer season
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 01/12/2015 à 10:18
It has become an almost de facto holiday in Pennsylvania with many school districts giving students the day off, but with a cold and soggy start to rifle deer-hunting season, some hunters saw less bang for their buck.
Declaration of Taking filed in Craighead Bridge project
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 30/11/2015 à 8:00
Cumberland County is moving forward with the use of eminent domain to acquire the right-of-way needed to replace Craighead Bridge in South Middleton Township.
Deer season for hunters with rifles opens across state
par Associated Press le 30/11/2015 à 3:30
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's Game Commission estimates about 750,000 hunters with rifles are expected to pursue white-tailed deer.
Harrisburg Academy senior breaks barriers
par Jake Austin The Sentinel le 30/11/2015 à 10:00
When Hannah Roberts first stepped onto the soccer field for the Harrisburg Academy, she was looking for a challenge.
Keeping Christmas bright in Carlisle
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 29/11/2015 à 11:00
In many people’s minds, the Christmas lights that spider-web the light posts throughout the Borough of Carlisle are a welcome sign symbolizing the holidays and a festive spirit.
Into the Woods: Something to think about on your first solo hunting trip
par Adrian Sipes, The Sentinel le 28/11/2015 à 2:30
Pennsylvania’s deer rifle season is just around the corner for Cumberland County hunters.
District 3 Football: Thriller in Cumberland Valley ends in title game berth
par Dave Barth The Sentinel le 28/11/2015 à 4:00
MECHANICSBURG — The Cumberland Valley football team was poised to make its return to the District 3-AAAA finals after a trick-play touchdown in the waning minutes of the game.
Mechanicsburg kicks off holiday season with tree lighting ceremony
par Jake Austin The Sentinel le 28/11/2015 à 1:08
Downtown Mechanicsburg got its first taste of holiday cheer Friday as community members gathered in front of PNC Bank for the town’s annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony.
District 3 Football: Camp Hill wins second consecutive title, states up next
par Dave Barth The Sentinel le 28/11/2015 à 12:30
HERSHEY — The Camp Hill football team has bigger goals than winning a District 3-A title.
14-year-old Newville boy shoots 14-point buck in Newville
par Adrian Sipes The Sentinel le 27/11/2015 à 9:45
Cumberland County hunters brought in some big kills during the first portion of archery season.
Indian School had a Big Brother in Man-on-the-Bandstand
par Joseph Cress The Sentinel le 27/11/2015 à 5:00
The Man-on-the-Bandstand looked on with disapproval at those few lazy students who lounged around the campus of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School on Thursday, Nov. 26, 1885.
Voices of Service: Carlisle colonel recalls collaboration efforts
par Mike Perry Army Heritage Center Foundation Executive Director le 27/11/2015 à 3:30
Robert W. Black was born in June 1929 in Carlisle, and he grew up on a farm outside of the town.
Two Midstate churches give back on Thanksgiving
par Adrian Sipes The Sentinel le 26/11/2015 à 9:38
While many families spent Thanksgiving in the comfort of their own homes, two churches were filled with volunteers who were providing free Thanksgiving meals to the public.
Mixed bag of runners for Turkey Trot in Carlisle
par Adrian Sipes, The Sentinel le 26/11/2015 à 8:37
Six months pregnant — no big deal. Rachele Dominick was going to run the annual Turkey Trot in Carlisle.
In the kitchen: The people who cook Thanksgiving meals for the public
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 25/11/2015 à 10:30
Preparing a Thanksgiving meal requires time, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task.
More than 3,000 registered for Carlisle's Turkey Trot
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 25/11/2015 à 10:30
CARLISLE — Some people play football with their families before sitting down to eat Thanksgiving dinner, but others work up an appetite with a 5K walk/run hosted by the Carlisle Family YMCA.
South Middleton Township holds follow-up quarry hearing
par Jake Austin The Sentinel le 25/11/2015 à 2:48
The South Middleton Board of Supervisors held another conditional use hearing Tuesday regarding the proposed relocation of Union Quarries’ crushing facility to the eastern side of Spring Garden Street. The hearing came following a conditional hearing Nov. 12, which ended…
Goodman Birtcher site moving forward near Plainfield
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 24/11/2015 à 11:30
The landscape has drastically changed near exit 44 of Interstate 81 in the few short months since work began at the proposed site for a highly publicized Goodman Birtcher warehouse.
Cumberland County, nursing home union come to tentative agreement
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 24/11/2015 à 10:30
Cumberland County will likely remain in the nursing home business for at least another three years, assuming any unforeseen change in circumstances.
Shots Fired: Carlisle residents react to string of recent shooting incidents
par Adrian Sipes The Sentinel le 24/11/2015 à 10:15
It’s getting dangerous — that's how a resident who lives in a public housing unit on South Spring Garden Street in Carlisle described the mood in Carlisle this past week.
CV accepts new attendance boundaries
par Phyllis Zimmerman For The Sentinel le 24/11/2015 à 3:05
The Cumberland Valley School Board voted to accept new attendance boundaries on Monday night as reccommended by the district’s Redistribution Committee, a move that will affect students in its existing elementary and middle schools over the next two school years.
Groundbreaking ceremony held for $2 million AHEC expansion
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 23/11/2015 à 10:00
MIDDLESEX TOWNSHIP — The “jewel in the crown” of Carlisle is set to begin a more than $2 million expansion project.
Tractor-trailer hits traffic light pole in Middlesex Township
par Jason Malmont, The Sentinel le 23/11/2015 à 7:35
Life Lion was dispatched to the Harrisburg Pike at the Interstate 81 interchange after a tractor-trailer hit a traffic light pole.
Carlisle Connection: Taking a seat on council
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 23/11/2015 à 2:00
Carlisle Borough Council in 2002 approved a resolution allowing a Dickinson College student to serve council as an honorary, non-voting member for a one-year term, with an option to serve an additional one-year term in order to strengthen the borough’s…
Carlisle CARES holds event highlighting homeless families with children
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 22/11/2015 à 12:58
CARLISLE — Of the 3.5 million people who experience homelessness each year, 35 percent of them are part of families with children, which is the fastest growing portion of the homeless population, according to studentsagainsthunger.org.
Carlisle Connection: War College, Dickinson, Carlisle Events focus on building partnerships
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 21/11/2015 à 10:15
CARLISLE — Carlisle is unique.
District 3 Football: Cumberland Valley stays alive with win over unbeaten Exeter Township
par Brett Keener For The Sentinel le 21/11/2015 à 4:00
READING — Exeter looked as if it would go into Friday’s halftime with a little momentum. Cumberland Valley’s Nicholas Rhodes had an answer for that.
Cumberland County support sought for Carlisle Airport expansion project
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 21/11/2015 à 3:30
With support growing from Carlisle Airport’s surrounding municipalities, airport officials now want similar support from Cumberland County officials as they begin applying for a $2.7 million Multimodal Transportation Fund Grant through PennDOT.
Voices of Service: Hampden Township man recalls days as air force cargo specialist
par Joseph Cress The Sentinel le 20/11/2015 à 11:30
Philadelphia native and current Hampden Township native Lou Frank was once stuck for three nights straight in what he described as a potentially lethal Fourth of July fireworks display.
HS Sports: PIAA releases new classification parameters
par Jake Adams The Sentinel le 20/11/2015 à 9:15
We now have our first glimpse into what the new Pennsylvania high school sports landscape will be.
In Allentown - America's Little Syria - a divide on accepting refugees
par Michael Rubinkam Associated Press le 20/11/2015 à 5:30
ALLENTOWN — A few days ago, a pastor asked Syrian-born restaurant owner Marie Jarrah to donate food to a welcoming event for recently arrived Syrian refugees. Jarrah, who said she regularly helps people in need, declined.
Carlisle school board approves full-day kindergarten phasing plan
par Joseph Cress The Sentinel le 20/11/2015 à 1:39
CARLISLE – Carlisle Area School Board Thursday endorsed a plan to phase in over the next three years full-day kindergarten at Mooreland, Crestview and North Dickinson elementary schools.
DA: Father to be charged with homicide after baby died from injuries
par Adrian Sipes The Sentinel le 19/11/2015 à 8:08
For the second time in roughly a month, Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed and the district attorney’s office dealt with a case they have never before encountered.
Driver arrested after car crashes into creek in North Middleton
par Jason Malmont, The Sentinel le 19/11/2015 à 6:11
A driver was led away in handcuffs after her car crashed into Conodoguinet Creek off Route 34 in North Middleton Township.
Tibetan monks begin mandala construction at Dickinson College
par Jake Austin The Sentinel le 18/11/2015 à 10:00
On a typical weekday morning, the lobby of Dickinson’s Waidner-Spahr Library is filled with the hustle and bustle of student and staff activity.
Sen. Pat Vance says she'll retire at end of term
par Joseph Cress The Sentinel le 18/11/2015 à 2:07
HARRISBURG – State Sen. Pat Vance says she’ll retire at the end of her term next year.
Wolf defends accepting Syrian refugees, screening process
par MARC LEVY, Associated Press le 18/11/2015 à 12:19
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf told Pennsylvania lawmakers on Tuesday that he is not backing down on his willingness to continue accepting Syrian refugees who are fleeing persecution and death, and said states do not have the authority to refuse…
Borough will not receive $12.1 million grant for redevelopment plan
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 18/11/2015 à 1:00
CARLISLE — The $12.1 million federal grant for which the Carlisle Borough Council approved an application in May to spur plans for urban redevelopment has not been awarded to the borough.
County takes next step toward eminent domain for Craighead Bridge
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 17/11/2015 à 5:15
Cumberland County has taken the next step to utilize eminent domain to acquire land needed to complete the Craighead Bridge replacement project in South Middleton Township.
Carlisle senior pursues passion for writing
par Jake Austin, The Sentinel le 16/11/2015 à 11:30
To be a successful writer requires ambition, insight and a constant thirst for fresh knowledge. For Carlisle High School senior Lydia Estes, those qualities come naturally.
Dickinson College to host Tibetan monk residency
par Jake Austin The Sentinel le 16/11/2015 à 2:00
Buddhist monks formerly of Tibet from Drepung Monastery’s Gomang College will visit Dickinson College for a five-day residency beginning Tuesday.
Boiling Springs twins earn scouting honor
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 16/11/2015 à 1:30
It is an honor that only a handful have achieved, but on Sunday, twin brothers Mitchell and Mathew Bear took their spot among the elite ranks of Boy Scouts who have earned the organization’s highest honor.
DUI Analysis: Hundreds in Midstate have multiple charges over past five years
par Adrian Sipes The Sentinel le 15/11/2015 à 5:00
The first time could be viewed as a simple mistake, said a local drug and alcohol recovery specialist. A second, third of fourth DUI offense can signify a problem.
Driving under the influence: Revealing data of repeat offenders
par Adrian Sipes The Sentinel le 14/11/2015 à 11:00
About 80 people a year in Cumberland County face multiple driving-under-the-influence charges. Ten people in the past five years had four or more DUIs in the county.
Terror attacks paralyze Paris
par Lori Hinnant and Greg Keller Associated Press le 14/11/2015 à 1:20
PARIS — A series of attacks targeting young concert-goers and Parisians enjoying a Friday night out at popular nightspots killed as many as 120 people in the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II. President Francois Hollande pledged…
Carlisle begins soliciting ideas for comprehensive plan
par Tyler Miles The Sentinel le 13/11/2015 à 11:00
CARLISLE — What things need to change to make life in Carlisle better for residents and business owners?
Property owners push back on possible Craighead Bridge eminent domain
par Joshua Vaughn The Sentinel le 13/11/2015 à 1:00
They are the last hold-out in the project to replace Craighead Bridge, but while Frank and Bonnie Blakely said they want to work with county, they said they do not believe the county truly wants to work with them.