Archive for June, 2015

Maj. Chuck Sacavage

Chuck Sacavage has an easy time recalling his most memorable experience as a Marine, “I was leading a convoy from Kuwait into Iraq during the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003. I was a 22-year old 2nd Lt responsible for over 100 Marines in the convoy.  While we weren’t the lead […]

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West Shore Civil War markers hope to connect missing pieces of history

Gettysburg might be the most famous battle of the American Civil War, but how Confederate and Union troops found themselves fighting a crossroads town in Pennsylvania is a less famous story. The Camp Curtin Historic Society recently placed six historic markers around the West Shore to fill in the blanks […]

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Master site plan presented for new veterans’ park in Hampden Twp.

HAMPDEN TOWNSHIP — A master site plan for a proposed veterans’ park on 17 acres of land donated to the township by Giant Food was presented to the board of commissioners recently. Veterans’ Recognition Committee Chairman Gary Coburn said the first phase is expected to cost approximately $127,000 and should be […]

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