The American Hockey League announced the postponement of Sunday's Hershey Bears game against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms at the Giant Center, as well as Wednesday's clash between the two teams at Lehigh Valley, citing the league's COVID-19 protocols affecting the Bears.
Next year’s proposed 0.3 mill municipal recreation tax is projected to generate an annual funding stream of $585,000 dedicated to maintenance and upgrades of South Middleton’s expanding park network and recreational programming.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State was unfazed by injuries, illness, snowy conditions and an embarrassing loss the previous week.
Friday's update for Penn State Health COVID-19 cases shows 135 total cases (130 adults, 5 pediatrics) in the health system’s four hospitals, an increase of 41 cases in one week.
“There’s certain packaging I still can’t get,” said Lana West, owner of Mummert Chocolates. “It’s just weird things that you wouldn’t even think of.”
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The Mid-Penn Conference revealed its division all-stars last week, and three Sentinel-area players were named MVPs.
The initial signing period to sign a National Letter of Intent opened Nov. 10, allowing high school seniors to make their college commitments official for basketball and other NCAA Division I and II sports.
Messiah surrendered the game’s first three goals and fell 3-1 in the NCAA Division III men’s soccer tournament’s quarterfinal round against sectional host Washington & Lee Sunday afternoon in Lexington, Virginia.
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France is inducting Josephine Baker — Missouri-born cabaret dancer, French World War II spy and civil rights activist — into its Pantheon.
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