Monthly Archives: March 2012

Filling Dunham’s is a spectator sport

I think it’s an Old Navy. Granted, The Evening Sun’s managing editor almost got me to cave on Friday. Someone planted the seed it might be a Best Buy, and I was close to finally flip-flopping. But no, I’m sticking … Continue reading

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‘Hunger Games’ and hunky vampires

OK, I may have taken a bit of creative license when I wrote that story last night on the “Hunger Games” event held at Hanover’s library. I actually did know, going in, what the book is, and even a bit … Continue reading

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Retail roundup, and a pet worm

Sitting here on the front porch with a dog and a drink and a 4-year-old watering the newly planted flowers in two stone pots, I thought it might be a good time to quickly go over a few retail changes … Continue reading

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Multicultural Day at the Guthrie Memorial Day

Take the kids on a trip around the world Saturday without ever leaving the borough. Guthrie Memorial Library will be presenting its Multicultural Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 17. The free event is an opportunity to … Continue reading

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Helping the ‘Quad Squad’

We knew it was coming, as soon as we wrote that story about the quadruplets expected by a local family. After all, Hanover has never let us down before. It seems like every time The Evening Sun tells the community … Continue reading

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The long way home

“No,” I said, “this is definitely not a shortcut.” In fact, I told my 4-year-old daughter this morning, this is more like the long way home. The really long way home. I was in Manchester, Md., at the time, to … Continue reading

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Those real-life quads

Life doesn’t email the news account. It doesn’t send me emails either, for that matter. And I know it’s never dropped off a press release. What I mean is, while people will often (and thankfully) get in touch with a tip or story idea, … Continue reading

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