USA Today has published an interesting article based on a study at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. The study found that teen drivers are very cautious behind the wheel when they first start driving, but as time passes they begin to engage in potentially risky behaviors such as talking on cellphones, eating and talking to […]
It is an unfortunate fact that teenage drivers have the highest crash-risk of any age group due in large part to their inexperience behind the wheel. Per mile traveled, they have the highest involvement in motor vehicle crashes of all types. State Auto recognizes these facts and has compiled a checklist of ways that parents […]
We are extremely proud to share that our own Kelly Shaffer recently received the Hanover Athletic Booster Club Alumni Award. Way to go, Kelly! The Alumni Award is presented to an alumnus who has been out of high school a minimum of four (4) years and who has accomplished significant athletic or athletic-related accomplishments since […]
Now that Spring is upon us it’s time to talk about flooding and flood insurance. Snow melting and seasonal rain are two major cause of flooding. Things you can do to be prepared include: Build an emergency kit and make a family communications plan Avoid building in a floodplain unless you elevate and reinforce your […]
Hanover Symphony Orchestra proudly presents Beethoven’s Beginnings: Symphony No. 1 on March 24, 2013 at 3 PM at the Eichelberger Performing Arts Center. Tickets for adults are $12 in advance (or $15 at the door). Student tickets are $5 in advance ($7 at the door). For more information, please call 717-637-7086.
We are pleased to announce that Jen Whisler and Connie Martz both recently completed the hard work necessary to earn their CISR designations. The Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) designation program is a nationally recognized educational program whose goal is to develop individuals who are committed to providing the highest standard of professional and personal […]