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BY JEFF FALK Photos Submitted He represents the best interests of the working class....

BY JEFF FALK Photos Submitted Annville is home to some great people, it’s centrally...

BY JEFF FALK Most Photos Submitted He was an organizer, a fascilitator, a connector....

  • BY JEFF FALK PALMYRA – First, it had too many student-athletes and not enough fields. Now, it has too many fields and not enough student-athletes. OK, that may be a bit of an exageration. But you get the drift. How about this? When this thing we call ‘COVID-19’ lifts -whenever that may be – Palmyra […]

  • BY JEFF FALK But sometimes a man’s got to do what a man’s got to do. Josh Brown is a baseball guy, through and through. He’s also a people person who follows through on a belief that impacting kids is important. Recently, Brown tendered his resignation as Cedar Crest’s head baseball coach. It was a […]

  • (Editor’s Note: What follows is the seventh installment of a summer-long series featuring Lebanon County’s recreational parks, which last appeared on Lebanon Sports Buzz in 2017).  BY JEFF FALK NORTH LEBANON – Officials and laborers from North Lebanon township should be commended for building themselves quite a quaint and cozy park. But it’s what wasn’t […]

  • BY JEFF FALK LEBANON – Directly through the front. Nowhere near the back door. Won. Not lost. If Brian Auman was ever going to win his first Lebanon County Golf Association individual event, he was going to have to earn it. Nothing was going to be given to him. A 20-foot eagle putt in a […]

YOUR'S TRULY, JEFF FALK ››

Between The Lines ››

  • “I think my favorite part of the whole thing is the opportunity we’re going to be able to afford our kids. To see them finally be able to have something that they can call ‘home’. In The Net was a great partnership, but we could never call it ‘home’. “

    – Palmyra Athletic Director Brian Weidler
  • “It took me about a month of thinking and talking to people – other coaches, my family, friends. I love to coach baseball. I love kids. I love everything about it. I want to be involved. It’s one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make. But it was a decision based on my

    – Former Cedar Crest Baseball Coach Josh Brown
  • “It started in the fairway. I hit my Sunday best and Dan was ahead of me. I told myself that I was just going to keep it between the bunker. I said to Dan, ‘I guess I have to make this, because you’re going to make your birdie putt.’ I didn’t want to go to

    – County Senior Amateur Champion Brian Auman

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RESPECTFULLY, Jeff Falk ››

  • BY JEFF FALK Photos Submitted They both require unrelenting practice. They both demand a degree of focus and performance. And the players cannot shun the spotlight. But baseball and music are more dissimilar than they are alike. For Lucas...

  • BY JEFF FALK Competitive and loyal and accountable. Jim Donmoyer is an old-school coach. Perhaps, old-school is going out of style. On Monday, March 16, the Cornwall-Lebanon School District accepted Donmoyer’s letter of resignation as the head coach of...

  • BY JEFF FALK HERSHEY – Friendly, hard-working people. A climate that features a true change of seasons. The perfect combination of urban and rural living. A passionate and knowlegeable fan base. Lots of things to see and do. A...

  • BY JEFF FALK The Lebanon community doesn’t always accept those who are different than us. Gerry Yonchiuk was able to wiggle his way into our collective heart by positively affecting the lives of local young men. Now the one-time...

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