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  • Everett Palmer Jr. was hit twice with stun gun during scuffle with York County Prison guards, autopsy report says

    YORK COUNTY — The family of a man who died while in custody at York County Prison has released the findings of the autopsy conducted on him by the York County Coroner’s Office. York County Coroner Pam Gay said the family has had access to the full report since August 2018 and are the only ones who could decide to make the report public. Lee Merritt, the lead attorney for the family, said they’re releasing it in an attempt to […]

  • Marsy’s Law, which would add victims rights to PA Constitution, now seeks voters’ approval

    HARRISBURG — A bill that would provide crime victims with a bill of their rights in the state Constitution now seeks voters’ approval. The legislation, known as Marsy’s Law, would ensure that crime victims receive information about their right, receive notification of proceedings in their criminal cases, be present at court hearing, be heard at plea and sentencing proceedings, and be treated with fairness, respect and dignity, according to a news release. “I’m grateful the House and Senate have supported […]

  • FOX43 Job of the Day, sponsored by Elwood Staffing

    Today’s Job of the Day: MENASHA Newville PA Warehouse Associates / Line Leads / Forklift Operators 1st & 2nd shift Contact our Carlisle Branch – 717-218-5011 www.elwoodjobs.com With a number of locations in Central, Pa., Elwood Staffing  is not far away for your next career opportunity. Looking for a long-term, short-term, full-time or part-time work, Elwood Staffing has branches in Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, York, Reading, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Lancaster and Hanover to assist your needs. Visit Elwood Staffing’s website here.

  • Olivia’s cooks up Miso Chicken & Broccoli over fried glass noodles

    YORK TOWNSHIP, PA — Harry and Adrienne Tassou from Olivia’s Authentic Mediterranean Cuisine in Gettysburg stopped by the Fox43 Kitchen on Tuesday. For more information: https://www.oliviasgettysburg.com/ Miso Chicken & Broccoli over fried glass noodles (Please note: with a few easy modifications this can be a gluten free and dairy free dish) Miso glaze 3 tbsp Rice 1/2 cup Mirin (sweetened rice wine) 2 tbsp Soy Sauce 3 cups Pineapple Juice 3 tbsp Miso (soybean miso paste) 1 tbsp fresh chopped garlic […]

  • FOX43 Job of the Day, sponsored by Elwood Staffing

    Today’s Job of the Day: DOLLAR GENERAL Bethel, PA Order Selectors Hi-Reach Operators Weekend Shift – Fri / Sat / Sun Excellent Pay & Benefits Quick conversion process! Contact our Lebanon Branch – 717-376-0200 www.elwoodjobs.com With a number of locations in Central, Pa., Elwood Staffing  is not far away for your next career opportunity. Looking for a long-term, short-term, full-time or part-time work, Elwood Staffing has branches in Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, York, Reading, Harrisburg, Lebanon, Lancaster and Hanover to […]

  • Harrisburg School Board holds first meeting under receivership

    HARRISBURG — The Harrisburg School Board held its first meeting under receivership Monday. The meeting was a bit different than usual with state appointed receiver Dr. Janet Samuels running things. “I see this as an opportunity to work in a collaborative fashion with school board members, with the community, with parents and to make a difference for the children in the Harrisburg School District,” she said. “As staff members, we have a responsibility to service and work with parents and […]

  • Cumberland Valley School District appoints Superintendent of Schools

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — Cumberland Valley School District announced Monday that the Board of School Directors has appointed Dr. David E. Christopher as the incoming Superintendent of Schools. He will replace Dr. Frederick S. Withum III, who is set to retire on August 9. “My family and I are very excited to be joining the Cumberland Valley community,” said Dr. Christopher. “This is such an amazing opportunity and I am honored to have been selected to lead one of Pennsylvania’s […]

  • Hummelstown Police investigate vandalism of new North Duke Street bridge

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Hummelstown Police are investigating vandalism of the new North Duke Street bridge. Police were called to the bridge Friday afternoon for the graffiti “tagging.” Anyone with information should call the department at 717-566-2555 or submit a tip here.

  • PennDOT

    PennDOT to replace drainage cross pipe on Keckler Road in Swatara Township

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced that at 7:00 AM on Monday, June 17, weather permitting, its Dauphin County maintenance crew will close a section of Keckler Road between Lindle Road and Chambers Hill Road in Swatara Township and begin to excavate a drainage cross pipe that is three feet below the roadway surface. PennDOT advises motorists that Keckler Road will be closed to through traffic on June 17 between 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM while the […]

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