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TIME recently released a new tool powered by Google to watch the world change over the course of nearly three decades of satellite photography. And me being the total technology-fiend that I am, of course I found myself wasting a … Continue reading
There are lots of things to see and do around Hanover in June as the borough celebrates the 250th anniversary of the founding of Hanover and the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hanover. This weekend alone there are three … Continue reading
Do you have photos of historic Hanover and the surrounding areas? The Evening Sun is gathering photos from the past for the upcoming 150/250 celebrations. Think you can help? Email any and all photos from around Hanover to Kalani Gordon, … Continue reading
It’s amazing what you can find when you clean out a desk. A big recycling bin’s worth of school board agendas that you should have gotten rid of years ago. A neglected stick of gum that melted several times over … Continue reading
The other day a photographer and I were out to look at perhaps the best-known house in Hanover. A prime property. Right there next to a row of garbage trucks. We were a bit turned around at the time, but … Continue reading
Sometimes one story leads to or reminds me of another, and that’s what happened last week when I went looking for former Fire Commissioner Jim Roth and strolled into the under-construction Hanover Fire Museum. Man, has it changed. And while … Continue reading
“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
The building on Broadway that for 60 years was home to the Hanover Moose Lodge, and more recently housed the Manor Social Club, is headed to the auction block this week.
If memory serves, it was a slow Saturday a few weeks ago and I was combing through the newspaper’s email account. The hope was to fill Monday’s front page. What I found on that lonely weekend afternoon was word from … Continue reading