The Sentinel offers readers a look at candidate profiles, letters to the editor and story features on election issues i advance of election day on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Questions over the ability of the county to maintain its nursing home and the possibility of home rule highlighted some of the voter interests…
According to supporters, the lengthy amendment embodies a simple concept: that victims’ rights should be protected as strongly as defendants’ rights. Critics, however, say that slogan ignores due process concerns for defendants and improperly vague language in the amendment.
Al Bienstock stepped down from his position as president of the Hampden Township Board of Commissioners Wednesday night amid controversy over …
The five state representatives whose districts include Cumberland County have indicated a reluctance to back bills that would curb the rights of gun owners.
Tuesday night’s forum for countywide candidates on the Nov. 5 election day ballot touched relatively few hot-button partisan issues, instead stressing the nuts and bolts of local government: court organization, planning and zoning, transportation, and other hometown matters.
Cumberland County voters won’t be using new election machines for next month’s ballot, but they will be for the April 2020 primary, assuming t…
In next month’s general election, there are candidates seeking state, county, municipal and school board positions across Cumberland County.
Educating people is what Public Policy Chair Kate Elkins considers a signature priority of the local Carlisle chapter of the American Associat…