- Written by Randal C. Hill Randal C. Hill
During the ’60s, thousands of young Americans opted for a life in one of about 3,000 “hippie” communes across the country. Who were those mavericks who made such an unorthodox choice?<
- Written by Amy Cameron O’Rourke Amy Cameron O’Rourke
When my father was in his 80s, he experienced ongoing numbness in his feet due to neuropathy. His legs stopped working well, and he had difficulty getting around, even with a walker. Simply trying left him exhausted.
- Written by Patti and Milledge Hart Patti and Milledge Hart
Many people planning for retirement anticipate those post-working years eagerly, ready to veg out after a life of toil. Others plan with greater anxiety, unsure whether they even have an identity without their jobs.
- Written by Dr. Ken Druck Dr. Ken Druck
Who can forget what it was like to give our kids the keys and watch them pull out of the driveway on their first solo ride?
- Written by Victor M. Parachin Victor M. Parachin
It is estimated that more than 160,000 American grandparents lose a grandchild to death every year.
The Dauphin County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees will host a free preretirement workshop online via Zoom from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, March 20, for public school retirees and any public school employee who will retire by Dec. 31.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and Penn State Extension will be providing free water testing for a limited number of private wells, springs, and cisterns in Lebanon County.