Carlisle Reporter for The Sentinel.
Trees grow. Strings of Christmas lights don’t.
That’s the crux of the problem the Downtown Carlisle Association is looking to solve with its “Light Up the Holiday” fundraising campaign.
A one-day forum aimed at building civil discourse will be held in Carlisle next week.
The Social Justice Forum will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Cumberland County Historical Society, 21 N. Pitt St. The event is free, but registration is requested at the YWCA Carlisle website, ywcacarlisle.org.
Carlisle Borough Council rejected both of the bids it received for its trash and recycling contract at its Thursday night meeting.
Levi Hawk Raymond loves fires.
After 10 years of work, plans to restore the Junkin House in Silver Spring Township are on the move — literally.
The Cumberland Valley Preservation Society has announced plans to move the Junkin House, located at 336 N. Locust Point Rd., across from Climbnasium, to a spot about 200 feet from its current location.
The council will also consider an ordinance that raises parking fees downtown for the first time since 2006.
Dickinson College and Rare, a global advocate in the use of behavior changes to address conservation issues, came together Saturday for a national summit on ways colleges and universities can take action against climate change.
Randy Allen of Enola earned a spot at next year's International Chili Society's World Championship Chili Cookoff in Des Moines, Iowa, thanks to a first place finish at the recent Hanover Chili Cook Off.