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  • Traveling on Christmas Day

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Over 97 million automobiles are expected to travel this holiday season. That’s over a 3-percent increase from last year. But how was the drive and traffic on Christmas? “Easy traveling today,” York resident Leah Gazzana said. “It was a little windy, I thought I was going to go airborne a couple times.” Jonathan Smith, who chose to travel up from Virginia to East Stroudsburg with his family, spoke with FOX43 at the I-83 Pennsylvania Welcome Center […]

  • Millersburg High School senior taking his foundation around the track to spread awareness

    DAUPHIN COUNTY– A Millersburg High School senior is giving back after overcoming some of the toughest obstacles in life. “Am I going down a dark road? Absolutely,” he said. “Am I scared? Not really, because I don’t think about it.” Eric Erdman, of Millersburg, Pa., was just 16-years-old when he was diagnosed with a rare type of brain cancer, Anaplastic Grade III Ependymoma. It is a type of cancer that only 200 kids a year are diagnosed with. “My health, […]

  • Carving Wood Art at the York Fair

    WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Paul Waclo of Loganville, York County, has been carving professionally for three years. He started in 2012 with absolutely no experience, not even knowing how to use a chainsaw. Paul was watching a T.V. show that caught his interest and decided to go out and buy a chainsaw. He played around at his house for a year and a half before taking his talents to the next level. Now, Paul has traveled the […]

  • Hougentogler to Compete at Motocross Nationals

    BIRDBORO, BERKS COUNTY, PA– Matt Hougentogler of Wrightsville has been racing dirt bikes since he was 4-years-old but it hasn’t been an easy road to get where he is now. “Getting to where I am now was definitely tough,” said Matt Hougentogler, professional dirt bike racer. There are no local tracks for Matt to get time on the bike. Matt and his dad spend multiple hours on the road; traveling to keep his dream alive. “A long hard road to […]

  • Day One of District III Track and Field Championships

    SHIPPENSBURG UNIVERSITY, Shippensburg, Pa.– Hot and breezy day to kick off the District III Track and Field Championships at Shippensburg University. Treyvon Ferguson of Milton Hershey with a jump of 48 feet, 7 inches takes the title in the boys triple jump. “It a big sigh of relief but it’s only going to last for a little bit. Next week is coming up quick,” said Ferguson. Head over to the shot put where Chambersburg’s Kelton Chastulik heaves it 61 feet, […]

  • Fourth Street Barbecue/Packing Division Recalls Product For Possible Health Risk

    CHARLERIO, Pa.– Fourth Street Barbecue Inc. Packing Division initiated a nationwide voluntary recall, May 9th, for all Save-A-Lot Pick 5 Chicken Waffle Sandwich, which has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria moncytogenes. This is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection […]

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    Army Heritage Days Announced

    CARLISLE, Pa.– The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, Pa., will host its Army Heritage Days, Saturday, May 20 – Sunday, May 21 from 9 A.M to 5 P.M. The event will feature several hundred reenactors that will be on display throughout the mile long Army Heritage Trail. The Armed Forces Weekend will include a WWII Airbone/Paratroopers display to a tank course demonstration. Uniforms and weapons will be available from all eras. Living historians will be on hand to […]

  • Harley-Davidson to Host Ride for Life

    SPRIGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– The 30th annual muscular dystrophy Ride for Life hits the road this weekend. Bikers come from across the region to the Harley-Davidson plant in Sprigettsburg Twp., York County, to take to the road for the ride. Bikers head to the Reading Area for a weekend of live music, stunt shows and, of course, motorcycle rides. The celebration benefits the Muscular Distrophy Association. The ride is Harley-Davidson’s largest fundraiser. There were a number of activities to take part […]

  • Mainline Traffic Shifts Scheduled for I-81 Widening Project between Exits 70 and 72 in Dauphin County

    HARRISBURG, Pa.– Expect delays on Interstate 81 in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County. Both the north and southbound lanes will shift to the right for work to begin on the median, through the construction area, between I-81 Exit 70 (Interstate 83) and Exit 72 (Mountain Road/Linglertown). To separate the moving traffic from the construction work, a concrete median barrier will be put in place, in the left lane. The speed limit will remain at 45 miles per hour through the construction zone. […]