YWCA Community Potluck & Discussion 9/9/14-Community/Police Relations-Lessons learned from Ferguson

Community Potluck and Discussion Tuesday, September 9, 2014 6 PM to 8 PM Community/Police Relations Lessons learned from Ferguson Community/Police Relations Lessons learned from Ferguson Enjoy an informal meal with community members. After dinner at 6:30 PM, we will hear from expert panelists who will discuss how we can work together as a community to… Read More YWCA Community Potluck & Discussion 9/9/14-Community/Police Relations-Lessons learned from Ferguson

West Side Neighbors Meeting with Carlisle Police Representative

The upcoming West Side Neighbors meeting on Monday May 19th at 6:30 will be held at 252 A street (Friends Meeting House) and a representative from the Carlisle Police Department will be attending to listen to residents concerns about crime, drugs and other unwanted activity in our community.  Please come out and bring your friends,… Read More West Side Neighbors Meeting with Carlisle Police Representative

The Patriot Covers Carlisle Crime Increase in 3 Part Story

Eric Veronikis of the Patriot has put together a 3 piece story about the increasing crime that Carlisle has seen in the past 2 years. He interviews local officials, residents and police. A few westsiders were interviewed for the piece including Curtis Woodbridge, Lissy Weirich, Charles Petty, Jim and Ginny Hertzler and Iris Martinez. They… Read More The Patriot Covers Carlisle Crime Increase in 3 Part Story

Take Back the Streets Town Hall Meeting At Hope Station

What: Take Back the Streets Town Hall Meeting When: Friday, November 1st at 6:00pm Where: Hope Station Who: Everyone, Anyone Recently, our neighborhood has seen an unfortunate, violent attack on one of our community members.  Two 17 year old chose to attack a 30 year resident over a simple parking space.  The specifics really don’t make much… Read More Take Back the Streets Town Hall Meeting At Hope Station

DEA program disposes of unwanted drugs in environmentally friendly way

From the Patriot News: In an effort to combat abuse of prescription drugs, many mid-state communities are participating in National Take-Back Day on Saturday, offering an environmentally friendly way to dispose of unwanted drugs. The program, sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In Hummelstown, the… Read More DEA program disposes of unwanted drugs in environmentally friendly way