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York City School District struggles with $8 million budget gap

York City School District struggles with $8 million budget gap

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

Early this month, York City School District announced that, due to an $8 million budget gap, it may not be able to pay its teachers come April. District business consultant James Duff stated that

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Strikwerda announces hike in tuition

Strikwerda announces hike in tuition

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

On Friday, Feb. 17, President Carl Strikwerda issued a notification to the students and families of Elizabethtown College, stating that the total cost of attendance for the 2012-2013 academic year will be raised to

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Bank pledges $50,000 to Elizabethtown capital campaign

Bank pledges $50,000 to Elizabethtown capital campaign

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

Students in the Elizabethtown Area School District can thank Susquehanna Bank for the $50,000 they donated toward upgrading the school’s new athletic fields. The “Investing in Our Children, Our Community, Our Future Capital Campaign”

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Unemployment rate falls to 8.3 percent, lowest in three years

Unemployment rate falls to 8.3 percent, lowest in three years

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 1

The unemployment rate is down to 8.3 percent, the lowest it has been since February 2009. This is great news for the U.S. economy. So what does this mean to people that don’t understand

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Geisinger Medical Center tests for nicotine

Geisinger Medical Center tests for nicotine

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 0

Starting Feb. 1, 2012, Geisinger Medical Center stopped hiring job applicants who use tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars and chewing or smokeless tobacco. Geisinger Medical Center, located in Danville, Pa., provides care to over

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Elizabethtown shops shut down for selling drugs

Elizabethtown shops shut down for selling drugs

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 0

CR’s Friendly Market, a convenience store located on East High Street in Elizabethtown, was caught selling synthetic marijuana and bath salts in exchange for food stamps. The Pennsylvania Legislature banned these illegal drugs last

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Forty sick after drinking raw milk from farm in Chambersburg, Pa.

Forty sick after drinking raw milk from farm in Chambersburg, Pa.

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 0

Two Lancaster County residents experienced stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting after drinking raw milk distributed by Your Family Cow farm in Chambersburg, Pa., in January of this year. They were diagnosed with Campylobacter illness,

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Strikwerda talks plans for student growth

Strikwerda talks plans for student growth

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 0

Elizabethtown College’s strategic plan, a five-year overview of what changes need to be implemented both on campus and off campus in connection with the school, has been dissected and debated by over 500 faculty,

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Club XS loses liquor license, gives free alcohol to all legal customers

Club XS loses liquor license, gives free alcohol to all legal customers

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 0

Club XS, in North York, has begun serving free drinks after losing its liquor license earlier this month. A commonwealth court has upheld the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s (PLCB) decision to take away Club

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Donated resource centers link schools, parents

Donated resource centers link schools, parents

TEMP ORARY February 9, 2012 0

On Jan. 27, Comcast Harrisburg donated 20 used computers to the Harrisburg School District in order to help the district establish Parent Information Resource Centers (PIRC). The PIRC program was formed between Comcast Harrisburg

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