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New King Frost leads 51st consecutive parade in Hamburg

By Shea Singley|

Exeter Township School District is in search of bus drivers

The Exeter Township School District is in search of bus drivers to transport students to and from the schools, according to district transportation supervisor, Rick Wegman. ...

By Emily Thiel|

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  • General news

    In the search of spirits: Moonlight Winery hosts ghost tour with Charles Adams III

    Have you ever sensed an energy that made you shudder, heard a pacing when you were home alone or felt a spirit in your presence?

    Emily Thiel
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  • Social groups and organizations

    Hamburg Leo Club donates 275 pounds of collected soda tabs to the Ronald McDonald House

    The Hamburg Leo Club and Miss McCarthy went to the Ronald McDonald House and Chocolate World on Oct. 19. The Ronald McDonald House is a place across from Hershey Medical Center for the children’s families’ to stay. It is tailored to be a home-away-from-home to keep the families together. Their houses are built on the simple idea that nothing should matter when a family is focused on the health of their children and not where they can afford to stay, where they will get their...

    By Kylie Clark Freshman, Hamburg Area High School |

  • Halloween

    Eat, drink and be scary -- Spooktacular Halloween treats

    This Halloween, scare up some fun… with food. Dust off the cauldron, try some bewitching new recipes and become the ghostess with the mostess.

    By Emily Ryan 21st Century Media |

  • Features/People

    Hamburg student athletes advocate quality character at Tilden Elementary

    Thirty-eight members of Hamburg Area’s Leadership In Student Athletes (LISA) group traveled to Tilden Elementary Center to advocate for being a person of quality character on Tuesday, Oct. 21. This is the eighth consecutive year student-athletes from Hamburg Area High School conducted an assembly for elementary students in the District.

    From Hamburg Area High School |

  • Environment

    Lead-contaminated Hamburg site discussed at recent DEP meeting

    The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) held a public meeting on Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. to discuss a proposal for excavation and restoration of a Hamburg site containing lead-contaminated soils and battery casings.

    By Laura Dillon For 21st Century Media |

  • Beauty and fashion

    Hamburg resident pushes for bill to increase nail technician hours

    “This is what I do every day. This is my passion,” said Kim McCloud, Hamburg native and professional nail technician. “This is my calling. This is what I want to do.”

    Shea Singley
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  • General news

    Iron Chef competition returns to Hamburg Nov. 2

    Iron Chef is a fundraiser for the Hamburg Area Education Foundation (HAEF) which provides grants to students and teachers for educational opportunities and it is also a day about food. It will be Nov. 2 from 1 – 5 p.m. at Hamburg Area High School.

    By Alex Strausser Junior, Hamburg Area High School |

  • Social groups and organizations

    Hamburg Rotary learns about the life of Jacob Balthaser

    Hamburg Rotarian Fred Sheeler gave a presentation at the Oct. 23 Rotary meeting on the life of Jacob Balthaser. Jacob was most well known in Hamburg as the owner of Balthaser’s Store at Third and State Sts. However he was also quite active politically having served on Hamburg Borough Council from the 1920s to the late 1950s, 12 years as Burgess (the former term for mayor), and serving three terms 1937-1943 in the PA State House representing the then 3rd district. Mr. Balthaser lived...

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  • Events

    Bethesda Baptist Church in Warwick Twp. church hosts Fall Fellowship at Morgantown home

    A historical church family celebrated fall fellowship at a Morgantown’s Quaintance family home on Rank Road.

    By Carol Quaintance For 21st Century Media quaintancecarol@gmail.com |

  • Opinion

    Reel Experiences with Rob Humanick: Still waters run deep in ‘Love is Strange’

    Heartbreakers don’t come much more true to life than in “Love is Strange,” the latest from filmmaker virtuoso Ira Sachs, whose past work includes the marvelous “Forty Shades of Blue” and “Married Life.”

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