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  • 2014 Carlisle Chrysler Nationals
    2014 Carlisle Chrysler Nationals
    When it comes to Carlisle Events, there are two big ones: Corvettes and Mopars. Both manage to drag the faithful from far and wide to buy/sell parts and show their cars. If you think over a thousand Mopars is not enough, then you'll be happy...
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    New Year’s Eve family fun in Carlisle
    One of the great things about the arrival of the New Year – it’s free! But some celebrations can be quite costly with expensive dinners, drinks, dancing, etc. Often these celebrations are geared towards an "adults only" crowd...
  • In Carlisle
    What to do on a day trip to Carlisle, PA
    Carlisle is a small college town in Central Pennsylvania. With so many roads and major highways like the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Interstate 81 passing through the town, it makes a great stop on one’s way to New York City, Philadelphia,...
  • Race still a motivating factor for some voters
    Carlise mayor-elect puts more focus on his race than the political realignment
    One of the most powerful tools citizens can use to voice their opinion is voting, and that is exactly what the voters did yesterday on Election Day when they voted Borough Vice President Tim Scott into office as mayor. In what was a close race,...
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    Carlisle Family YMCA’s Community Day offers free fun for the whole family
    The Carlisle Family YMCA is holding another Community Day on Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 8 a.m. -1 p.m. Families who are not members and would like to see what the Y can offer them are invited to come for a morning of activities, food, and...
  • Carlisle Chryaler Nationals 2013
    Carlisle Chrysler Nationals 2013
    The Carlisle Chrysler Nationals is always on my car show schedule, but other obligations kept me from attending for 2013. However, my great car pal Ken Bowser was able to snap some nifty photos and allow me to present them to you.I wouldn't...
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    Staycation in Harrisburg, Pa.
    The sweet summer air is a reminder that once again it is time to plan a summer vacation. With the economy still drifting somewhere between recovery and the unknown, people should consider one of the newest trends in travel—the staycation! CJ...
  • Muscle Car Review February 2013
    Carlisle coverage featured in Muscle Car Review
    If you are a loyal reader of this blog, you may have caught my coverage of the Carlisle Chrysler Nationalsa few months ago. While my first love is Pontiacs, I do have a strong affection for all the brands under the Pentastar and have been going to...
  • Red Robin Gourmet Burger Restaurant
    Free burger for Jim or anyone living on James Street
    Red Robin Gourmet Burgers are having a one day celebration of all things Jim on Tuesday, December 4, 2012. Anyone with the name Jim, Jimmy, James, Jaime, etc. or anyone living on James Street, gets a free Sweet Jim Beam Bacon Swiss Burger!Anyone...
  • 2012 Corvettes at Carlisle
    2012 Corvettes at Carlisle
    Corvettes at Carlisle this past August 24 - 26 was my third Carlisle visit this summer, and my first time to this event. It’s the biggest Carlisle event of them all, with over 5,000 Vettes showing up. Of course, there’s more than just...
  • Two sentenced in Carlisle cocaine distribution operation
    Two sentenced in Carlisle cocaine distribution operation
    The United States Attorney’s Office announced toady that two major figures involved in a cocaine distribution operation in Carlisle were sentenced.Gary Stackfield, age 59, and Charles Marshall Green, age 55, were sentenced by United States...
  • Wednesday hikes for the work weary at Kings Gap EEC
    Wednesday hikes for the work weary at Kings Gap EEC
    Kings Gap Environmental Education Center (Kings Gap EEC) announced yesterday, “Wednesday Hikes For The Work Weary.” Kings Gap EEC invites all to refresh mind and body after a long day of work. Starting April 4 and continuing through...
  • Hiking at Kings Gap
    Kings Gap EEC offers “Searching for the Green” hike
    Nature truly does display plenty of green in March and the Kings Gap Environmental Education Center (EEC) is offering a free “Searching for the Green” hike to prove it. The public is invited to explore the park while searching for...
  • Have you seen Toby?
    Have you seen Toby?
    UPDATE 1/16/12: Wonderful news!! Toby has been found and is back home with his loving family. We'd like to thank the family who took him in and brought him to the Carlisle Vet Clinic, where he was recognized by his flyer. Thank you to all who...
  • DUI
    Mom charged with DUI and child endangerment
    Carlisle police report that a mother had her two children, ages 3 and 5, as passengers in a car that was operated while she was under the influence of alcohol and drugs.In the early hours of Saturday morning, Carlisle police said that they stopped...