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Category Archives: Lifestyle
Brandon Stoneburg – Evening Sun Reporter I’ve been working in Hanover for a little over a month now and before that, I had never stepped foot in the “snack capital of the world.” I worked in Philly before taking this … Continue reading
By Lauren Linhard – email@example.com – @LinhardReports Last week I had the privilege of meeting Michelle (last name omitted for her safety), a victim of domestic violence who suffered for more than four years at the hands of her husband. … Continue reading
By Lauren Linhard – firstname.lastname@example.org – @LinhardReports Have you ever wanted to be a judge on the Food Network? Have you ever wanted to taste some out-of-this world dessert and get paid for your opinion? Well, I have. As a … Continue reading
Yes, I sometimes get paid to ride on the ice cream truck. It was last week, and it was actually my day off, but still I got to spend several hours clattering around Penn and West Manheim townships, helping to … Continue reading
Luckily, I’m an idiot.
You just knew they were out there; it was only a matter of asking. So I did, you might have noticed, in the newspaper and online a week ago Sunday. And already, the Hanover stories are rolling in. Let’s keep … Continue reading
There’s no way around it. Something’s fishy here. Maybe I just missed a memo. But where was everyone on the opening day of trout season? I have no idea. But I can tell you where they weren’t.
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