“Patriots lose in epic shootout | The Eagles beat the Patriots at their own game with a fourth quarter comeback to win, 41-33″ – The Boston Globe [Read lots more articles about the game at Boston.com, including this column: “It was not Tom vs. Time. It was Tom vs. Philadelphia.”]
SOURCE: The Boston Globe – Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff
Could you do the Polar Bear Plunge? – The York Daily Record
Manheim Borough “frustrates” brew pub prospect; no pub coming – Lancaster Online
Sottasante has Columbia ties | “York pizzeria owner ordered to pay $75,000 in unpaid taxes” – Central Penn Business Journal
Manheim Borough Police Department uses facebook to communicate with its citizens about car break-ins.
Legal Notices of interest: Items for discussion at the next borough council meeting and the borough’s intergovernmental agreement involving crash scene investigation and police protection.
Starts Tomorrow | “National Watch and Clock Museum welcomes a special exhibit”
Well stated, Jim – This letter to the editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster (below) is on target as the writer identifies a common characteristic many exhibit: a sense of entitlement. If a business offers a discount for designated populations, senior citizens, AAA card carriers, former Customers, veterans, residents of Main Street, whatever, that’s great. If the business does use a discount in its marketing mix, entitled populations need to appreciate that and quit bitching if every business does not.