Searching Memorial Lake, community policing, ‘Game of Thrones,’ auto racing, the Morning Coffee, PennLive Book Club and baseball season: things to know
Things to know, April 1
State police began searching Memorial Lake for Kortne Stouffer this morning. Barbara Miller, PennLive.com
- State police began searching Memorial Lake this morning for Kortne Stouffer of Palmyra, who has been missing for almost two years. State police are using sonar and cadaver dogs.
- John Micek, the Morning Coffee: “Hiring ‘outside counsel’ is the ultimate insider’s game.”
- Tara Leo Auchey’s 1 p.m. chat today about Harrisburg will focus on community policing – a potential solution to the city’s crime problem.
- The PennLive Book Club, in conjunction with the Dauphin County Library System, will get together at 6 tonight at the William H. & Marion C. Alexander Family Library in Hummelstown to discuss our latest selection, “Transatlantic” by Colum McCann.
- Baseball season has begun! Eric Epler today has a spring sports preview of high school baseball in the midstate. Red Land is hoping to defend its Mid-Penn crown.
- Season four of “Game of Thrones” debuts on April 6. Today Sean Adams has nine things to look forward to.
- State Rep. Ron Waters of Philadelphia held a fundraiser yesterday morning – just two weeks after news broke identifying him as a possible target of an aborted legislative sting operation. Fewer than 10 people showed up for the event in Harrisburg.
- PennLive today is rolling out its racing coverage that will be expanded for 2014.
- Today is April Fools’ Day.
PennLive’s Diana Robinson has some tips for you about what you might
see on the Internet and whether it is true. We also are asking you to
share pranks you have pulled off. Come on, get in the spirit of the day.
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