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  • Sheetz to speak to concerned neighbors before moving ahead with plans for new location

    Concerned neighbors in Lower Allen Township will soon get their opportunity to speak to Sheetz as the Township considers a plan to build a new store off Interstate 83’s New Cumberland exit. Attorneys representing Sheetz asked for a continuation during a zoning board hearing in order to speak to neighbors about the store. If approved, the store would move into Cedar Cliff Drive and Carlisle Road in Cumberland County. “There are members of the community that are absolutely opposed to Sheetz […]

  • Police search for armed robber who fired shots inside 2 stores in York

    Police are searching for an armed robber who they believe fired shots inside two convenience stores early Thursday morning. The masked robber first walked into the A-Plus Sunoco store at 1:29 a.m. on N. Sherman street in York.  The suspect fired a shot in the floor and then fled with cash. One hour later, police believe the same robber walked into the Turkey Hill store at 2:20 a.m. on 1242 E. Market street and fired a shot into the ceiling. […]

  • Changes begin Thursday as UPMC Memorial Hospital prepares to move Sunday

    Hospitals and ambulance services across the region will make changes Thursday in order to assist UPMC Memorial Hospital to move to its new location on Sunday. Ambulance crews have been ordered to divert patients to different hospitals when possible to lower the amount of patients UPMC Memorial will receive in the emergency department. The order could also assist UPMC Memorial lower the number of patients that will need to be moved from the hospital’s old location on South Belmont Street […]

  • ‘Way to go Nate. You beat the Mount Rose Project’: College grad celebrates in unique fashion

    Recent college graduate Nate Krebs has more than one reason to celebrate. His Penn State degree marks a personal win against PennDOT. “We have an inside the house joke because this project was started before Nathan left for college,” said Nate’s mom Melinda. Nate Krebs’ father Marty surprised him with a custom sign in Springettsbury Township that read “Way to go Nate. You beat the Mount Rose Project.” The electrical engineering major and former blue band member has been tasting […]

  • UPMC Memorial prepares to move this weekend to new location

    UPMC Memorial hospital is ready to move to its new location. Hospital officials are preparing to officially open the doors of the hospital’s new location on August 18th at 6 a.m. The move requires the hospital to also transport patients, which could amount to as many as 30 people. Hospital officials therefore have ambulances ready to transport patients and expect to increase or decrease the amount of ambulances based on need. “We may need to take nurses along. We may […]

  • ‘History in motion’ brings hundreds of restored military vehicles to the York Expo Center

    People can take a walk through the past at the ‘History in Motion’ event at the York Expo Center, held by the Military Vehicle Preservation Association. Fox 43’s Jamie Bittner got an inside look at the event that features hundreds of restored and original vehicles. The event is open to the public through Saturday, August 10 and costs around $15.

  • Pennsylvania Attorney General issues warning over drug ring as pharmacist thwarts crime in Ephrata

    The Pennsylvania Attorney General confirms two people have been arrested in connection to a drug ring that is believed to be stretching across states. But, at this time, investigators have not released the names of the individuals involved. The arrests were announced one day after a local pharmacist thwarted a crime in Ephrata involving the drug Promethazine with Codeine. Royer Pharmacy owner Donald Sherman spoke exclusively to FOX 43’s Jamie Bittner on Thursday. Sherman said his store received a call around […]

  • Electronic license plates installed on PennDOT vehicles as part of test program

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– Electronic license plates have been installed on 20 PennDOT vehicles as part of a pilot program across the state. The plates were given to PennDOT by a company named Reviver, which specializes in the technology.  At this time, the state has no plans to make the electronic plates available at PennDOT. The plates run between $300-$500. PennDOT told FOX43 if electronic plates are offered to drivers in the future, the plates would not become mandatory. The electronic […]

  • Local first responders talk about the importance of training in active shooter & mass casualty incidents

    Following two deadly mass shootings this weekend in Ohio & Texas, local first responders are reminding everyone of the life-saving training they go through every year to prepare for active shooter incidents. Paramedics with York Regional Emergency Medical Services gave FOX43 reporter Jamie Bittner a tour inside one ambulance. Each unit is equipped with a bag packed with important tools to respond to a mass casualty incident. The bag includes tags for first responders to mark victims who need the […]

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