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  • Man dies after getting pinned under tractor in York County

    JACKSON TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — One person is dead following a tractor accident in York County on Sunday. Police responded to a reported farming tractor crash in the 200 block of Ranch Road in Jackson Township around 2:30 p.m. Units located Marlyn Messersmith, 74, pinned beneath a tractor that was pulling a trailer. According to police, Messersmith lost control of the tractor, while traveling downhill, and struck a tree. After hitting the tree, he was thrown off the tractor, […]

  • Harrisburg community celebrates diversity at ‘Harmony Walk’

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Harrisburg community walked in harmony for the 3rd Annual ‘Harmony Walk’ Sunday in celebration of diversity at Goodwin Memorial Baptist Church in Harrisburg. It was all in celebration of the ‘United Nations International Day of Peace’ welcoming people from all walks of life, religions and beliefs to build an inclusive society. Organizers say they hope to help people within the community acknowledge and celebrate harmony and respect. “We want to encourage in our city civil discourse, we […]

  • People in Harrisburg ‘taking steps’ to help heal Crohn’s Disease

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — People at Harrisburg’s City Island took steps to improve the lives of patients and families living with Crohn’s Disease in the “Taking Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis” walk on Sunday. The event aims to connect the community and find cures for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Participants enjoyed the sunny weather and walked more than two-miles across the City Island Bridge, through the park and back. FOX43’s MaryEllen Pann served as the emcee of the event. Pann, […]

  • Capital City Airport helping sick children’s wishes take flight in York County

    FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Car and plane enthusiasts gathered at Capital City Airport in York County helping to grant some wishes on Saturday. The 3rd Annual ‘Fly-In Drive-In’ event benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation brought in more than 600 people from around the community. It featured vintage cars, sport cars, planes and trains. Guests had the chance to try out free flight simulator rides and check out  free car and aircraft displays. They also enjoyed a picnic lunch, bake […]

  • Fallen soldiers honored at Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County

    UNION TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY, Pa — Hundreds of men and women at Fort Indiantown Gap paid their respect to fallen soldiers in Lebanon County on Saturday. It was all for the 6th Annual ‘March for the Fallen’ event in Union Township. The family-friendly event honors fallen soldiers and challenges individuals endurance skills. People who attended, walked 28-miles and carried bags on their backs weighing more than 35 pounds. There was also a timed 5K ‘Run for the Fallen’ that included […]

  • Celebrity golf outing brings Hall-of-Famers to Dauphin County for a good cause

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Colonial Golf and Tennis Club in Dauphin County hosted its 2017 celebrity golf outing on Thursday. The outing benefits the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, which aims to teach critical life lessons to at risk young people. Organized by Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, the event brought well-known Hall-of-Famer athletes and MLB alumni who support the foundations mission. Baltimore Orioles player Cal Ripken Jr. was there among those Hall-of-Famers and says it’s all about helping children. “We […]

  • Lower Paxton Police seek help in identifying Dauphin County theft suspect

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Lower Paxton Township Police are seeking help in identifying a suspect in a retail theft at the Capital City Mall in Dauphin County. It happened on Tuesday, September 5th at the Boscov’s department store on the 4600 block of Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. Authorities say the man pictured above attempted to steal Jimmy Choo’s “Illicit” cologne from the store. After being confronted by loss prevention, the suspect dropped the stolen merchandise and fled the […]

  • Food truck festival in Dauphin County helps make a young girl’s wish come true

    LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — The ‘Wish Upon A Food Truck Festival’ came to the Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey in Dauphin County Sunday to help a young girl’s dream come true. The special reveal took place for 8-year-old Savannah Hester of Hummelstown. Hester suffers from a gastrointestinal disorder that does not allow her stomach to empty food, and she has been receiving treatment at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Her wish was to go to Disney World…and now […]

  • Hundreds of firefighters climb to remember 9/11 heroes

    LANCASTER, Pa. — Firefighters went to new heights Sunday climbing steps to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11. The ‘9/11 Lancaster Memorial Stair Climb’ at Clipper Stadium is a way for all firefighters to honor the New York Firefighters who responded to the terror attack nearly 16 years ago. More than 360 firefighters took on the challenge and climbed the equivalent of the 110 stories of the World Trade Center. Organizers say it’s about coming together and […]