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Linglestown Gazette: Gazette updates

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Gazette updates

Quite a few people checked out the post about Verizon’s planned 2008 launch in the Linglestown area of its digital TV system, marketed as "FiOS TV."

The company is beginning to offer cable TV in the Pittsburgh area. CLICK HERE to view a Pittsburgh news report that describes Verizon’s TV offerings, including price info.
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Last week I introduced you to LifePoint Church, a new church in the Linglestown area. Services are currently being held Sunday mornings at the Friendship Community Center.

I've received word that good progress is being made toward readying its new location, 7733 Hillcrest Avenue, for a grand opening on Sunday, December 9 at 10 am.

Look for the church's new electronic sign (pictured above prior to installation) the next time you drive through West Hanover Township on Route 22.

CLICK HERE to read last week's post about LifePoint.
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Weekend happenings …

* Saturday and Sunday – Grand opening of Hunters Valley Winery retail outlet in Linglestown. CLICK HERE for more info.

* Saturday and Sunday – Open house at First Impressions Boutique and Day Spa, and at Linglestown Flowers and Gifts. Get more details by clicking HERE.

* Sunday – New Hope Church sermon series called A Dummies Guide to Basic Bible continues. This week's message is entitled Discipleship: Who am I and Where in the World am I Going?

Service starts at 10 am. Come as you are – no need to wear your Sunday best. CLICK HERE for map.

2 Comments:

At 11:00 AM, Anonymous Q said...

I saw crews with big spools of large orange wire on Jacobs Avenue over the weekend. Can this be Verizon??

 
At 2:56 PM, Blogger BB said...

Sorry, I'm not sure if Verizon has contractors working in the Linglestown area at this time.

I've seen orange cable used for installing utility lines underground.

 

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