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Phoenix Contact announces Benton Central Jr./Sr. High School as winner of Nanoline Contest

February 20, 2019 – A team of student engineers from Benton Central Jr./Sr. High School in Oxford, Ind., has won a trip to Orlando, Fla., for designing and ...

Former Lower Dauphin High School teacher accused in indecent assault of student

Editor's note: This story was updated to correct that John Butler is no longer employed by Lower Dauphin High School. A teacher who resigned from Lower ...

Neighbors asking more of Lower Dauphin School District after third teacher charged  WPMT FOX 43

HUMMELSTOWN, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. -- A former high school teacher in Dauphin County is accused of having inappropriate contact with a student.

Lower Dauphin teacher charged with indecent assault of student; he's since resigned  Middletown Press and Journal

A Hummelstown man was charged Wednesday with indecent assault involving a student from his time as a teacher in the Lower Dauphin School District.

Students make Lower Dauphin High School honor roll  Middletown Press and Journal

Lower Dauphin High School recently announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the second period. Distinguished Honor Roll requires all “A's” or ...

Lower Dauphin High School students Spencer, Machamer receive monthly honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Gwen is the daughter of David and Michelle Machamer. She played girls volleyball her freshman year and, after injuries, became the team manager for both ...

False social media postings led to threat fears in central Pa. school

Lower Dauphin School District officials say "rumor and misinformation" led to false social media postings about a potential school shooting threat that didn't exist.

Lower Dauphin's Cassel and Dreon receive monthly student honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Avery is the daughter of Craig and Rebecca Cassel. She is a four-year member of the cross country and track & field teams. She is treasurer and a four-year ...

A quick look at Dauphin County's American Legion Baseball teams

The American Legion baseball season is off and rolling in Pennsylvania. The following is a team-by-team look at Dauphin County's legion teams provided by ...

Lower Dauphin's Bertovic and Dillon receive monthly honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Shontonel Dillon was named young woman of the month for February by the Hummelstown Women's Club. Shontonel is the daughter of Rachel and Shontony ...

Lower Dauphin grad Myers wants to take on Mehaffie for state House seat  Middletown Press and Journal

Derry Township resident Rob Myers, a graduate of Lower Dauphin High School, is running in Tuesday's Democratic primary that will decide the challenger who ...

Counselors available in Lower Dauphin after high school student's shooting death

A crisis intervention team is available in the Lower Dauphin School District after a district student was fatally wounded at a Hummelstown home Thursday night.

Lower Dauphin High School mini-Thon kicks off with visit from the Joseph family: East Shore School Roundup

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news.

Lower Dauphin students Mauger, Klingensmith honored by clubs  Middletown Press and Journal

Abby is the daughter of Elizabeth and David Mauger. At the high school, she is a four-year member of the orchestra and a two-year member of the pit orchestra, ...

Bitting, Gilbert receive Lower Dauphin High School Student of the Month honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Lower Dauphin High School seniors Allison Bitting and Grace Gilbert recently were selected as Students of the Month for April. Gilbert recently was recognized ...

Lower Dauphin students honored for doing the right thing  Middletown Press and Journal

Two Lower Dauphin High School sophomores and a sixth-grader at Lower Dauphin Middle School recently were recognized by Hummelstown police and Lower ...

16 staffers retire from Lower Dauphin schools  Middletown Press and Journal

Lower Dauphin School Board in late March approved retirements for 16 staff members, totaling more than 410 years of *service* to the school district. The retirees ...

Lower Dauphin High School recognizes top students on third-period honor rolls  Middletown Press and Journal

Lower Dauphin High School recently announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the third marking period. To earn a place on the Distinguished ...

Hair-raising: Students at Lower Dauphin High School support mini-THON with head-shaving  Middletown Press and Journal

Amid hoots and hollering and chants of “FTK,” Spencer Miller experienced something on the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 15 that he never had before. He had ...

2012 Lower Dauphin High School commencement photos, list of graduates

Lower Dauphin High School's Class of 2012 commencement ceremony was held June 7 at The Giant Center in Hershey.

Lower Dauphin High School's first 1,000-point scorer to be honored Friday night

George Emerich, of the class of 1962, scored 1222 points over the course of his high school career at Lower Dauphin. He will be honored at 7:30 p.m., before ...

Lower Dauphin High School graduate sees stars in her future  Patriot-News

View full sizeJENNY KANE, The Patriot-NewsLower Dauphin High School graduate Aleiyah Ross listens to the blessÂing during commencement. She plans to ...

Lower Dauphin High School to add parking spaces  Patriot-News

The plan calls for the current tennis courts, which are near the high school entrance, to be turned into a parking lot, and five new tennis courts to be built on an ...

Bicyclist killed on Route 230 was Middletown man  Middletown Press and Journal

State Police have identified Clayton E. Dennis Jr. of Middletown as the 21-year-old man who was killed when he was hit by a tractor-trailer while riding a bicycle ...

Chambers, Rothermel receive student honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Lower Dauphin High School seniors Ruth Chambers and Sam Rothermel recently were selected as Students of the Month for January. Ruth was recognized by ...

Hummelstown mother says son's shooting death 'was an accident'

The mother of the 14-year-old boy who died of a gunshot Jan. 14 in Hummelstown told the Hummelstown Sun that her son's death was an accident.

Lower Dauphin High School teacher, coach suspended

Lower Dauphin High School health and physical education teacher has been placed on paid leave pending the outcome of an investigation that he made ...

Lower Dauphin fifth-grader, freshman recognized for 'doing the right thing'  Middletown Press and Journal

A fifth-grader at Nye Elementary School and a ninth-grader at Lower Dauphin High School were recently recognized for “doing the right thing” in their community ...

Halbleib, Mostoller get LD honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were honored as Students of the Month for May. Anna Mostoller was recognized by the Rotary Club of ...

Flying children, beasts, classics and a 'shop of horrors': 2018's central Pa. high school musicals

"Peter Pan," "Beauty and the Beast," "Hello Dolly," "Sound of Music," "The Music Man" and more will be performed in central Pennsylvania theater departments ...

Lower Dauphin's Lawn, Saufley honored as Students of the Month  Middletown Press and Journal

Emma is the daughter of John and Jonette Lawn. At the high school, she has participated with Mini-THON for all four years, serving on the family relations ...

Dauphin County's Envirothon winners at Lower Dauphin: East Shore School Roundup

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news. LOWER DAUPHIN. Lower Dauphin High School captured first and second place in the Dauphin ...

Helping fellow students in Lower Dauphin School District earns recognition: East Shore School Roundup

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news.

Lower Dauphin School Board selects Eric Samples as newest member  Patriot-News

Eric Samples, a salesman for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, became the newest member of the Lower Dauphin School Board at Monday night's meeting after board ...

Women's Soccer Signs Seven to National Letters of Intent  Drexel Dragons

PHILADELPHIA — Drexel Head Coach Ray Goon has announced that seven student-athletes have signed a National Letters of Intent. Morayo Adenegan ...

Teen driver tried to avoid fatal accident, witness says  The Patriot-News -

SEAN SIMMERS, The Patriot-NewsA Nye Elementary School student, 9, was killed Thursday evening while riding his RipStik (similar to a skateboard, but with ...

Ten Lower Dauphin Student-Athletes Make College Announcements - Lower Dauphin High School  DigitalSports

HUMMELSTOWN (November 14, 2014) – Ten Lower Dauphin High School student-athletes announced their college choices where they will continue their ...

Bryce Carter not letting condition impact his THON experience  The Daily Collegian Online

17-year-old Bryce Carter, who is over four years cancer-free, will be attending his fifth THON in two days.

Democrat Jill Linta will face Rep. Tom Mehaffie for 106th House District seat  Middletown Press and Journal

A Middletown Area High School graduate who lives in Lower Swatara Township will be the Democratic challenger to state Rep. Tom Mehaffie in the 106th ...

Miss Hummelstown pageant awards announced by the Hummelstown Community Foundation: East Shore School Roundup  The Patriot-News

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news.

Lower Dauphin announces February Students of the Month  Middletown Press and Journal

Seniors Megan Barr and Amy Waughen have been selected as Lower Dauphin High School Students of the Month for February. Megan, the daughter of Tim and ...

Remembering Elizabeth Loranzo: 'had a special spirit and loving heart'

Elizabeth C. Loranzo was a 2010 graduate of Lower Dauphin High School and a 2011 graduate of Lancaster School of Cosmetology.

Hoke and Tarczynski receive Lower Dauphin Student of the Month honors  Middletown Press and Journal

Lower Dauphin High School seniors Mary Kate Tarczynski and Kylie Hoke recently were selected as Students of the Month for March. Tarczynski was ...

Los Angeles-based band of MAHS graduate takes on opioid crisis in video inspired by his local roots  Middletown Press and Journal

Alex Cain is a professional musician in Los Angeles, but he tapped into his Middletown roots and the growing opioid crisis to inspire his band's latest music ...

Remembering Richard Lenker: 'a fun and awesome guy'

He retired from hotel management. Lenker was a 1966 graduate of Lower Dauphin High School; and received a bachelor's degree from Shippensburg ...

Students at Nye Elementary School receive 'Do the Right Thing' awards: East Shore School Roundup

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news.

Quotes from the Patriot-News and past players on Lower Dauphin field hockey

The mentions of Lower Dauphin field hockey in the Patriot-News go back as far as the online archives allow (1986). Even then, sportswriters were referring to the ...

Students jump rope in Middletown and dance in Lower Dauphin to raise funds: East Shore School Roundup

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news. DAUPHIN COUNTY. CENTRAL DAUPHIN. The Lawnton Elementary School PTO will award two ...

Local Soccer Notebook 9/2/17  Brotherly Game

Philadelphia Union Academy alums debut in college; local trio on USL Team of the Week.

Family will hold walk/run event to benefit scholarship in honor of Hummelstown woman who died in crash

The scholarship, which gave $1000 this May, each year will go to a graduating and deserving senior of Lower Dauphin High School, Tami Musser's alma mater, ...

Hummelstown native stars on 'Zombie House Flipping' reality show

The show airs at 10 p.m. Saturdays on the FYI network.

Penn State kicker who battled an eating disorder is no longer on the team  The Washington Post

Joey Julius became known for his big hits and, after his latest treatment, wrote: 'There is light at the end of the tunnel. It's just a very long tunnel.'

Homecoming events become a 'good memory to have,' Dauphin County student says  Patriot-News

Schools have varying traditions when it comes to the homecoming court, parades and dances.

Roach crawling on cutting board, rodent droppings too numerous to count: Dauphin County restaurant inspections, Sept. 25-Oct. 1

The following restaurants and other establishments in Dauphin County that handle food were inspected during the week of Sept. 25-Oct. 1 and recorded as of ...

Dallmeyer announces incoming class of 2021 - Lehigh University Athletics  Lehigh University Athletics

Lehigh head field hockey coach Caitlin Dallmeyer announced the Mountain Hawks' complete incoming class of 2021 on Monday, featuring nine student-athletes ...

2014 Harrow Sports/NFHCA All-American teams, final Top 20 high school field hockey rankings released

Both the final Top 20 national rankings from and the 2014 Harrow Sports/National Field Hockey Coaches Association High School ...

Washington Post ranks McCaskey among state's "most challenging" schools  Lancaster Newspapers

McCaskey ranked as the 20th most rigorous high school in Pennsylvania based on the number of students who attempt college-level exams.

From back injury to heroin overdose: 'We live with it in solitude'  The Patriot-News

People with knowledge of the painkiller-heroin crisis say anyone from any family could end up like Kelly Sherrick.

College Signing Day Tracker  Brotherly Game

Tracking Philadelphia Union Academy and other signings of local importance on the first day of the college soccer signing period.

Baseball whiz Deon Stafford Jr., an LD grad and a St. Joe's star, summering in prestigious Cape Cod league

Stafford's development as an athlete and a person is due in large part to his close relationship with his grandmother, Jane Shirey.

Trick-or-treat schedule depends on where you live  Patriot-News

The hard part of trick or treat used to be picking the streets that yielded the best treats. Today, figuring out when it will be held can be the tricky part. The question ...

Remembering Kathai Phe: 'one of the most fun and enjoyable people to be around'  The Patriot-News

Phe was a 1999 graduate of Lower Dauphin High School.

Remembering Barbara Ann Payne: 'kind, generous and loving'

Payne was retired from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

Colonial Park Rotary Club honors students of the month at area high schools: East Shore School Roundup

East Shore School Roundup includes local public school news.

Midstate team wins Fleece to Shawl contest at Pennsylvania Farm Show  Patriot-News

Nobody can pull the wool over the eyes of two Lower Dauphin High School students, whose team took first place in the fourth annual Youth Fleece to Shawl.

Spangenberg achieves Life Scout rank  Middletown Press and Journal

Benjamin Spangenberg, of Troop 97 in Londonderry Township, has been recognized for earning the Life Scout Rank in the Boy Scouts of America. The Life ...

Earth Day 2017 celebratory events: free or cheap festivals, fun activities

The first Earth Day took place in 1970 and was created as a day of "education of environmental issues." Creating this special day was the idea of former Sen.

Grille and Chill Drive-In review: Burgers are the standout item here

Food: Homemade rolls and freshly ground hamburger from Groff's Meats make burgers the standout item here. *Service*: Fast counter *service*; Ambiance: ...

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Recruiting: Meet Trey Klock  From The Rumble Seat

Ed. Note: Apologies for the lack of article Monday. I spent the weekend moving in to a new apartment and spending Valentines' Day Weekend with someone ...

Rick's Six: Snow, Blue Angels, hit-and-run charges, boy's gun was his father's, and MAC wrestling  Quad City Times

A good Thursday to all. It's another cold one out there today with snow heading our way.

More than 850 Students to Compete in 2015 NASP Archery Tournament in Pennsylvania

The field has been set for Pennsylvania's statewide student archery tournament to be held March 13 in State College.

Lebanon area schedule for Memorial Day 2017 parades, ceremonies  Lebanon Daily News

Here's what you need to know about Memorial Day 2017 observances in the Lebanon area.

Dr. Henry Rhodes Hoerner, Jr. "Doc" | Obituaries  LancasterOnline

Dr. Henry Rhodes Hoerner, Jr. "Doc", 85, of Hershey passed away at home on June 19, 2016 with his family by his side. He was born December 25, 1930 in.

Penn State Blue Band To Host Second Annual Unrivaled Band Jam  Onward State

Penn State Athletics and the Penn State Blue Band will host their second annual Unrivaled Band Jam this Saturday, Sept. 26. It will take place at 1:15 p.m. at the ...

Perry County Times Obituaries - February 25, 2017

SUSAN K. SMILEY Susan K. Smiley, 50, of Duncannon died Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, at home. She was born July 27, 1966, in Camp Hill to Lucille Mae (Miller) ...

NJIT teaches high school students architecture box by box  EurekAlert (press release)

A roof in the shape of a pyramid built from dozens of United Parcel *Service* (UPS) boxes took best design yesterday in a competition at New Jersey Institute of ...

ONE PROUD WARRIOR: WA's Julian Campenni set for Saturday's Big 33 Classic  Citizens Voice

HUMMELSTOWN - Julian Campenni has worn his blue Pennsylvania No. 95 practice jersey and his gold Big 33 helmet with great pride this week. He can't wait ...

Delaware Sea Grant promotes interest in marine science among high schoolers  University of Delaware

10:17 a.m., Feb. 5, 2014--Budding marine scientists demonstrated an ocean of knowledge at the annual Chesapeake Bay Bowl in Lewes, Del., on Feb. 1, vying ...

Kenyan native has vision, but not yet the funds, to bring club soccer to Lancaster  LancasterOnline

Of course soccer isn't the same as Bach or Buddhism, but it is often more deeply felt than religion and just as much a part of the communities fabric, a.

Funeral director's journaling guide helps those who've lost loved ones express themselves in writing  LancasterOnline

A friend's death inspired a funeral director's creation of a journaling book that helps people write to deal with their grief over the loss of a loved one.

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