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  • Sweat-A-Thon raises money for American Cancer Society

    MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – Dozens of people put in some sweat equity for a good cause. Relay for Life Team Oz held a special Sweat-A-Thon today at Empower Training Systems in Manheim Township.  Proceeds from the event helps support the American Cancer Society. Folks teamed up for four hours worth of workouts, including boxing, Strong by Zumba, an obstacle course and some good old fashion Tug of War.  A number of cancer survivors were also out today to […]

  • Lower Paxton Township Police host Summer Smash Event

    LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa.– The Lower Paxton Township Police Department in Dauphin County held their Cops, Cars and Coffee Summer Smash event Sunday. The public was invited to show off their cars, enjoy some coffee, and meet the officers in a different kind of setting. Those taking part say it was great to talk to officers, some of them sharing the same passion with cars. Coffee was provided by St. Thomas Roasters of Linglestown.  The owner, Geoff Smith […]

  • Remembering loved ones in Butterfly release in Dauphin County

    HARRISBURG, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– For people in Dauphin County, Sunday was a beautiful day to remember loved ones who passed away this past year. The Hospice of Central Pennsylvania hosted its annual butterfly release at the Five Senses Garden in Harrisburg. The event included inspirational readings, musical selections and concluded with the release of Painted Lady Butterflies. For those in attendance, it was a moment to reflect and gain some closure. “I think it just gives a little bit of […]

  • York County family’s 19th Annual Fundraiser benefiting Make-A-Wish Foundation

    DOVER TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — In York County, people in Dover turned out this weekend to help with a fundraiser to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The Starner family hosted 19th annual event to raise money for the charity.  The Make-A-Wish foundation creates life-changing wishes for children battling critical illnesses. Their live auction was held Saturday at the Cedar Lake Campground Pavilion in Dover Township. After today you may think organizers take a break, but that’s not the case. Event […]

  • Coroner identifies deceased in Cumberland County murder-suicide

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — UPDATE (July 16, 8:30 a.m.): The coroner has identified the deceased in Sunday’s murder-suicide. James Grundon, 55, shot his wife, Sue Grundon, 54, before taking his own life. James was pronounced dead at the scene, while Sue was transported to Holy Spirit Hospital where she was later pronounced dead. An autopsy is scheduled for Sue Grundon for Tuesday, July 17. The incident remains under investigation by East Pennsboro Police and the Cumberland County Coroner’s Office. PREVIOUSLY: Officials in Cumberland […]

  • Wolf Administration to provide update on Opioid disaster declaration

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Happening Monday, officials from the multi-agency Opioid Operational Command Center will provide an update on the progress made through the ongoing disaster declaration. Governor Tom Wolf first signed the 90-day disaster declaration back in January, giving the initiatives a chance to get started. Governor Wolf then renewed the effort in April. Monday’s update will allow officials to highlight the initiative the Command Center has been working on since the first declaration, and the results of where they […]

  • Firefighting history lines Susquehanna River

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Firefighting history was on display this weekend along the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg.  It was all part of the 43rd Annual Fire Apparatus Show and Muster. Some of the vehicles and apparatus on display were used back in the 1920’s.  All of the fire trucks and apparatus then went to the river to show off their water pumping skills. The spectacle gave those attending the event a chance to see just  how some of the fire equipment […]

  • 2nd Annual Real Steel Car Show benefits Children’s Miracle Network

    PARADISE TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. — A beautiful day leads to hundreds turning out to a car show benefiting a children’s charity. Over 200 vehicles took part in the 2nd Annual Real Steel Car show in Paradise Township, Adams County.  Event organizers say 700 people turned out to look at those cars and enjoyed plenty of other activities. Proceeds from Sunday’s event will benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. Kayla Zorbaugh and her family put together the fundraiser as a way […]

  • Taking the field for Gigi’s Playhouse of Lancaster

    WARWICK TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – Folks enjoyed a game of polo in Lancaster County this weekend, while helping an organization for children with intellectual disabilities. Gigi’s Cup was held at the Lancaster Polo Club in Warwick Township on Sunday. The sports event also included plenty of activities for adults and kids. The event is part of a fundraising effort to establish Gigi’s Playhouse of Lancaster. The playhouse is an achievement center that’s part of a national effort to change […]

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