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Linglestown Gazette: Backyard news, 12.15.08

Monday, December 15, 2008

Backyard news, 12.15.08

* Here comes Santa Claus Linglestown Fire Company will once again chauffeur jolly old Santa Claus in an antique fire engine throughout the area to deliver candy canes and oranges to children at 29 stops this Sunday, Dec. 21. CLICK HERE for more info on times and locations of Santa’s tour.


* Government watchdog The Lower Paxton Township supervisors are expected to adopt a no-tax-hike 2009 budget Tuesday evening when they conduct their final business meeting of year at the Municipal Center, 425 Prince Street, 7:30 pm. Comcast cable customers can watch a live broadcast of the meeting on channel 20. (meeting agenda)



This post is brought to you by the fine folks at St. Thomas Restaurant located near the flagpole in Linglestown. Check out the lineup of daily specials that started today by clicking on the photo on the right.



"It’s a pretty good place to eat – lots of variety and not pricey." KM

* Rams, Panthers to battle on court, mat This week’s high school sports schedule has three contests between cross-town rivals Central Dauphin and Central Dauphin East:

Girls’ basketball, Wed., 6:00 pm at CD East
Boys’ basketball, Wed., 7:30 pm at CD East
Wrestling, Thur., 7:30 pm at CD East

* Lower Paxton briefs Man arrested following stabbing in township. … Meet one of the sign guys who’ve been working along Allentown Blvd. (Route 22) in recent weeks. (CLICK HERE for full-length article.) … Lawyer who lives in the township announces bid for seat on Dauphin County bench.

* Question of the day Linglestown’s locally famous square currently is missing an item? Post a comment if you know the answer.

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4 Comments:

At 9:50 PM, Anonymous Justin Gensimore said...

It is missing the flag on the poll on account of the lighted Christmas tree attached to it...

 
At 10:20 PM, Blogger B said...

Sad to see Santa has forgotten to visit the kids on the Blue roads again this year.... There are families south of Blue Ridge Rd., Santa Claus.

 
At 7:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

First, a follow-up to 'B' regarding Santa Claus - he is stopping just one block north of Blue Ridge at Blue Ribbon & Pine.

Now, about what's missing from the square? A big snowplow to get it out of there! I know I'm not alone in wanting to see the flagpole gone. If the proposed village changes occur, we will see if there is relief, but if that falls through when the state and township run out of cash this year, MOVE THE FLAGPOLE! (I'll bet you can get volunteers to help.)

 
At 12:25 PM, Blogger  said...

RE: Missing flag on the square flagpole

The flag got ripped apart by high winds, and it won't be replaced until the Christmas decorations are removed from the flagpole.

 

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