By Rick Dapp Those feeling adventurous and willing to head north from Harrisburg for parts unknown don’t have to even leave Dauphin County. One can follow the river and stick with familiar names like Dauphin, Halifax and Millersburg, or, choose...
Student Athletes, Part 3- May 2016May 15, 2016 The Balancing Act of Academics and Athletics by Chelsea Hess-Moore, Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler Aaron Seigle, Football Susquehanna Township High School to Villanova University Key club, National Honor Society, robotics club, shot put and discus...
  The Balancing Act of Academics and Athletics by Chelsea Hess-Moore, Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler Antonio Heredia Soto, Soccer   Lower Dauphin High School to Bates College When Antonio Heredia Soto was asked what it means to him to be a student first in...

Doing Good

Servant Stage Company Words by Amy Kehm Photos Courtesy of Servant Stage Company Servant Stage Company – a nonprofit, Lancaster-based, theater group proves it doesn’t take a massive budget to bring quality entertainment to the community. Founder and Executive Director Johnathan Bauer...

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The Balancing Act of Academics and Athletics by Chelsea Hess-Moore, Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler Kayla Mealy, Field Hockey Bishop McDevitt High School to Alvernia University When it comes to the stereotypical athlete, Kayla Mealy believes that many people have a misconception about...
Harrisburg Schools Leader Works Hard to Raise the Bar Words by Scott Campbell Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler There appears to be little evidence that Sybil Knight-Burney, who has been the Harrisburg School District superintendent for six years, is flagging in...