Thursday’s news items [What’s in your water?; Women Veterans town hall & more] – 6/28/2018
“One conclusion of Pa. school safety task force: Students want a voice in discussion” – Penn Live
Bully pulpit| “Trump Tweets Harley-Davidson ‘Will Be Taxed Like Never Before'” – Newsy
Sign of the times | “Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to stop publishing two days a week” – WITF
“What’s in your water? How to navigate Pennsylvania’s complex monitoring system” – Penn Live
Herschel Walker, Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL star, will be at Saturday’s Behavioral Health Hospital June 30 open house – Lancaster Online
What did you say? | “Cost keeps many from getting hearing aids” – Futurity
Yay | A front page article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster announces the new president of LNP Media Group: Caroline Muraro, the organization’s first female leader.
“It’s LEGAL to eat cats and dogs. Two U.S. senators want to change that” – Penn Live
On Tuesday, August 28th, Hoffman Funeral Home and Crematory will feature the next offering in their documentary film series: The Battle of the Bulge, a film by Larry Cappetto.
The film will show from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, and there is no cost to attend.
Hoffman Funeral Home and Crematory
2020 West Trindle Road, Carlisle, PA.