Mar 01

First Friday at Dill’s – March 3

Spend a candle-lit evening at Dill’s Tavern enjoying our historical ambiance and spacious grounds with live music by Across the Pond on Friday, March 3rd, from 7 to 10 p.m.    

Mar 01

Northern swimmer earns appointment to West Point

Northern High School Senior and Captain of the Northern Swim Team, Rachel Eby, has accepted an offer of appointment to USMA (West Point) for the Fall of 2017. Rachel attended summer leadership programs at West Point, as well as the Coast Guard and Air Force academies. In addition to her hard work and dedication, Rachel …

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Feb 22

Northern looks to join the YAIAA

As the Northern York County School District considers a huge shift in joining the YAIAA, coaches there wonder about the uncertainty of the unknown. Monday night, roughly 50 people attended the first of two public informational meetings on the possible move, which could become finalized this spring. Northern is one of the founding members of …

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Jan 16

Dillsburg Boro – Test your home for Radon!

Harrisburg, PA – The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) urges Pennsylvanians to test their homes for radon in January as part of national Radon Action Month. Colorless, odorless, and radioactive, radon is a known human carcinogen and the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. The DEP website provides information and a …

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Dec 08

Keefer opens district office in Dillsburg (York Dispatch)

State Rep.-elect Dawn Keefer, R-Franklin Township, has opened her district office at 12 N. Baltimore St. in Dillsburg, according to a news release. Keefer’s office will be near the office of state Sen.-elect Mike Regan, R-Dillsburg, whose seat Keefer will officially take over in 2017. Regan will represent the 31st Senate District. The office phone …

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Oct 23

Volunteer Fire Fighters Needed

Volunteers Needed Did you know that volunteer firefighters compose approximately 70% of all American firefighters? Did you know that the number of volunteers in the United States has declined by five to ten percent between 1983 and 2013? Like many volunteer fire departments across the nation, local volunteer fire departments are experiencing declining community participation. …

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Oct 22

Trick or Treat

Thursday, October 27th 6pm to 8pm Have a safe and happy Halloween!

Oct 11

Steeple installed on Dillsburg church

The crew from ECI Construction of Dillsburg installed a steeple Tuesday on the new sanctuary of the Cedar Hill Baptist Church of 154 Chestnut Grove Road. Cedar Hill began holding services in their new sanctuary on October 2 and had 207 in attendance.  The new addition allows for a larger sanctuary, new lobby area, new …

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Sep 27

Bear encounters in the Dillsburg area (from WHTM)

DILLSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Carroll Township police are asking residents to watch out for roaming black bears. A black bear was recently seen rummaging through cans and looking for food on the property of Bob and Cindi Moore, who live along Mountain Road near Dillsburg. The couple told police that the bear was eating from …

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Sep 27

Road Hawg Barbecue owners to close Duncannon restaurant (PennLive)

By Sue Gleiter | sgleiter@pennlive.com Shutting down Road Hawg Barbecue’s Duncannon location wasn’t a decision owners Keith and Alicia Walters wanted to make. Unfortunately, the couple will share their final day of business with customers on Oct. 9. Due to infrastructure issues with the building where they operate the barbecue business, the Walters said they are closing …

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