Category: Hershey PA
Door to door pest control service deemed to be nuisance by Derry Township neighbors
Hershey, Pennsylvania – Neighbors in Derry Township have been sharing similar stories of complaints regarding a door-to-door solicitation for pest control service. Residents say pest […]
Hershey High School students petition school board in favor of asynchronous Wednesdays
Asynchronous Wednesdays have been designated as time for students to go to work, attend clubs and academic meetings, get tutoring from teachers, as well as time for studying and catching up on homework.
Derry Township supervisors vote to disband police dispatch to make up budget shortfall
Derry Township Police Chief Garth Warner spoke out against disbanding the police dispatch center during the Township meeting. Chief Warner said he is convinced that the level of service to Derry Township residents will be reduced if the dispatch center is closed.
Derry Township Police Department Announces Passing of Officer Michael L. Henry
Officer Henry passed on Thursday, December 2nd at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
In criticism of Wolf and Krasner, Trump asks PA voters, “How did you let that happen?”
Trump blasted Phila. DA Larry Krasner for releasing violent criminals, and asked the crowd in Pennsylvania, “What the Hell! How did you let that happen?”
He also criticized Gov. Tom Wolf’s record on charter schools and blocking students school choice, again asking Pennsylvania voters, “What’s that all about? How did that happen?”
Hershey brew pub forced to shut down “America First XMas Bash” after threats
Upon news of the “America First XMas Bash,” the brew pub quickly became the target of a politically motivated smear campaign by angry callers, posing as concerned citizens, criticizing a scheduled speaker who chairs an alleged “extremist group.” The target of the protesters, guest speaker Enrique Tarrio, is a first-generation Afro-Cuban immigrant.
OPINION: Scott Perry should apologize to President Trump before December rally in Hershey, PA
President Trump will hold a campaign rally in Hershey on December 10th, in Pennsylvania’s 10th District held by Congressman Scott Perry.
Perry has refused to advocate for a full presidential pardon of Trump’s friend Roger Stone, his adviser of nearly forty years. Perry remained silent as a D.C. activist judge appointed by Barack Obama railroaded Stone and forced upon him an all Democrat jury.