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  • Officials warn of flood-damaged vehicle sales

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – State officials are warning people about buying cars after major flooding events.  They say flood-damaged vehicles may be for sale in Pennsylvania in the coming months, thanks to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and they don’t want Pennsylvanians to get tricked into purchasing them. However, there is a program in place to protect people in the state. “We’ve created a comprehensive program to inspect vehicles that potentially have been either through a flood or major accident,” said […]

  • America’s largest RV show comes to Dauphin County

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. –  What’s branded as “America’s Largest RV Show” is taking over the Giant Center in Dauphin County. The show runs through Sunday and features more than 1,300 new RVs. “It’s the only place you can see the latest products and the latest accessories,” said Heather Leach, Executive Vice President of the PA RV and Camping Association. “We have hourly seminars that are free with your admission, that cover everything from insurance to taking your RV full time.” Thursday, September […]

  • Buddy bench installed at local elementary school

    EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP, Pa – A Lancaster County McDonald’s making a special donation to an elementary school. Smoketown Elementary School received a buddy bench.  The bench will be used to promote friendships and inclusion. It also gives children a safe place to go if they need to find a friend to play with. East Towne McDonald’s was the fast food restaurant behind the donation.

  • Bailey Coach buses depart for Texas

    WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. – Some of Bailey Coach Inc.’s buses are on their way to the southern United States to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The buses left the terminal filled with supplies and funds for storm victims.  The York County Community Foundation also partnered with Bailey Coach to collect funds so it can rent trucks that Bailey Coach can use to send even more supplies to those in need. The president of Bailey Coach says he has a […]

  • Stroke drill helps people recognize symptoms

    YORK, Pa. –  WellSpan Health held a drill to help people recognize the symptoms of a stroke. White Rose Ambulance employees and medical simulation actors gave participants an up-close look at possible stroke symptoms, and explained the necessary medical response. The drill also commemorated WellSpan York Hospital’s achieving the highest possible level of stroke certification. “The minute a patient arrives in the emergency department they’re connected with one of our stroke neurologists who can evaluate that patient and decide at that moment […]

  • Labor Day celebration in Jacobus

    JACOBUS, Pa. –  Some people celebrated Labor Day at the 2017 Jacobus Car Cruz and Street Fair in York County. The event featured a car show at Jacobus Park and a street fair on Main Street with more than 80 vendors. All proceeds from the event go toward the Goodwill Fire Company. However, the president of the fire company says that’s not the only reason the company hosts the event every year. “We do it because all of us here […]

  • Bailey Coach sends help to Texas

    WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. – A motor coach facility in York County is doing its part to help flood victims in Texas. Bailey Coach sent three of its hurricane relief buses to the state. As the president of the company explains, the buses will be able to get people in Texas to safety. “We’re going to provide emergency transportation for the local people down there that probably just lost everything,” said John Bailey, president of Bailey Coach. “This is going to […]

  • Lancaster Airport’s community days

    MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Pa. – Summer is flying by, so now is the perfect time to celebrate flying at Lancaster Airport’s Community Days. The event takes place this weekend at the airport in Lancaster County. Those who attend will find a variety of aircraft, special exhibits, an air show, and airplane and helicopter rides. Visitors can also check out historic planes like the Ford Tri-Motor and World War II C-47. Admission is free, but parking is $5, and it costs $75 for […]

  • State trooper receives lifesaving award

    Harrisburg, Pa. – A state trooper receiving an award for saving the life of a man who overdosed in Middle Paxton Township, Dauphin County back in February. The American Red Cross awarded Trooper Hilary Faust, a three year veteran of the force, with its lifesaving award. Faust saved the 43-year-old man, who overdosed during a winter storm. She was the first to arrive at the scene and administered the overdose reversal drug Narcan to the man, who was later revived. […]