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To Have and To Hold

by Kym Byrnes Although weddings conjure thoughts of romance and love and beautiful things – there is a tremendous amount of work (and chaos and decision making and compromising and budgeting) that goe…

Enjoying the Open Road

by James Rada, Jr., photography by Phil Grout With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, many people are hitting the road and letting the wind blow through their hair as they roll along …

Never Too Late To…. Write a New Story

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Bill Ryan WHO: Kevin Turnbaugh is an inspiration. This 62-year-old industrial engineer turned Army logistician turned Christian author has learned to write new chapters …

Settle In With a Good Book

by James Rada, Jr.  photography by Bill Ryan Is it a bookstore, coffee shop, or café? Does it even matter? When you walk into the Reader’s Café on Broadway in Hanover, you know you’re in someplace dif…

Currents – May/June 2017

Main Street Hanover Mini-Golf Downtown merchants will create one-of-a-kind mini-golf holes in their businesses. Golfers will visit participating businesses offering specials and play some of the most …

Hanover Rhinos Football

On Saturday, April 8, the Hanover Rhinos semi-pro football team took on the Maryland Phantoms at Manheim Adventure Park. The Rhinos play regular season games through early June. To learn more, visit w…

Guilty Dogs Bark Louder

By both example and by their words, parents teach their children lessons that last a lifetime. Linda Esterson’s story (Things My Parents Told Me, page 22) offers a wonderful collection of parental adv…

One Blade at a Time

by Jeffrey B. Roth   photography by Phil Grout The first question that comes to mind when talking to Rob “Deker” Dekerbaum, 40, is how does a computer security consultant, and the co-owner of a comput…

Dignity and Hope Harbored in One Boutique

by Lisa Moody Breslin, photography by Kelly Heck Born and raised in Hanover, Diana Klunk owns and operates LifeChanges, a health and healing boutique for women living with cancer. A breast cancer surv…

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Phil Grout Some people live their whole lives dreaming. And some, like Larry Johnson of Gettysburg, live the dream. In May 1999, Johnson, along with other members of his…

Don’t Gamble Your Finances

by Mable Buchanan Jamie Mladenoff, of Edward Jones Investments, and Jake Lawrence, of Riggle & Associates, have a unique job – they are invested not only in finances, but also in the clients…

Had a BLAST at Camp Today!

by Jennifer Noel The temperatures may still be cool, but now is the time to explore summer camp options and start the registration process. Opportunities abound for children to be artistic, athletic, …

Keeping Time Running

by Jeffrey B. Roth DST, 2017, begins at 2 a.m., Sunday, March 12; DST, 2017, ends at 2 a.m., Sunday, November 5. Spring forward (one hour); Fall back, (one hour). This simple mnemonic device originate…

Currents – March/April 2017

Rhinos and Roses Ready to Roll in March Hanover is home to both a minor league football team – the Hanover Rhinos, and a raucous roller derby team – the Black Rose Rollers. Both teams kick off their s…

A Clean Sweep

by Nancy Duffy Though winter did not seem to wear out its welcome with such mild weather, Spring brings with it many things we love: opening day at the area ballparks, vacation planning, more having m…

Live Your Gifts

One of my favorite columns in Hanover Magazine is Q&A. I should probably never put my byline on Q&A because the fine people featured technically write it. Their words, their hopes, their humor…

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