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    Crews on scene of house fire in Adams County

    CUMBERLAND TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa– Fire crews are on scene of a house fire in Cumberland Township, Adams County. Emergency dispatch says the call came in just after 11 p.m. on Thursday for a house fire in the 200 block of Barlow Road. Any injuries are unknown at this time. This is a developing story. 

  • Crews on scene of hazmat incident in Spring Garden Township

    SPRING GARDEN TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa — Crews are on scene of a hazmat incident reported at York College. The call came in around 10:40 p.m. on Monday for a hazmat incident in the 900 block of Grantley Road. No injuries are reported. This is a developing story.   

  • Fire closes portion of North George Street

    NORTH YORK BOROUGH, YORK COUNTY, Pa — Emergency crews are on scene of a house fire in the 1500 block of North George Stree. According to York County 911, crews were called to the 1500 block of North George Street for an active house fire, around 7:20 p.m. on Friday evening. No injuries have been reported. North George Street in the area of East 7th Avenue is closed while crews work to extinguish the blaze.

  • Four displaced after house fire in Manchester Township

    YORK COUNTY, Pa — UPDATE: Four people have been displaced after a house fire. Crews responded to the 2100 block of Teslin Road around 6:20 p.m. on Wednesday evening for a house fire. While no one was injured, two adults and two children have been displaced and are receiving assistance from the Red Cross. The Red Cross responded to a single family house fire this evening in York County. 2 adults, 2 children and 2 pets in the 2100 block of Teslin […]

  • Fire destroys Adams County home

    OXFORD TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa — Eight people are displaced after a fire ripped through a home in Adams County early Sunday morning. Crews were called to the 600 block of Irishtown Road, in Oxford Township just before 4 a.m. for a house fire. Assistant Chief Bryan Long of Irishtown Fire Company says the blaze started on the front porch, and has been ruled accidental. There is no word on an exact cause and the house is a total loss. […]

  • Police: Man fires shots at Hollywood Casino statue

    EAST HANOVER TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa — A Kentucky man is facing charges of firing shots at a statue at the Hollywood Casino early Friday morning. According to State Police, Tyler Chapin of Fort Campbell, Kentucky yelled obscenities at security guards as he was leaving the casino and said that he was going to come back with his 9mm Glock pistol. As he left the property in his vehicle, he fired his weapon several times. Chapin was later taken into custody […]

  • Police: Man leaving party strikes multiple people with vehicle

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa — A 44 year-old man is facing charges after police say he struck multiple people with his vehicle, when leaving a party early Sunday morning. According to the West Shore Police, Elgin Britton, 44, was attending a party near the first block of North Front Street, when he got upset and left in his vehicle. While leaving, Britton struck multiple people, causing minor to moderate injuries. Police say that two people were taken to the hospital for […]

  • FLOOD-WARNING

    Flood warning in effect for much of the area until 10:30 Sunday night

    The National Weather Service of State College has issued a flood warning for much of South central Pennsylvania. The following counties are in a flood warning until 10:30 p.m. Bedford County in south central Pennsylvania Lancaster County in south central Pennsylvania Adams County in south central Pennsylvania Southern Huntingdon County in central Pennsylvania York County in south central Pennsylvania Franklin County in south central Pennsylvania Somerset County in south central Pennsylvania Fulton County in south central Pennsylvania Southern Blair County […]

  • Chambersburg hospital workers issue statement on patient relocation

    CHAMBERSBURG, Pa — In response to media reports of hospital room closures and patient relocation occurring at Chambersburg Hospital, Brad Barkdoll, critical care CNA and union chapter president at the hospital, issued this statement on behalf nearly 1500 union employees: “Union members at Chambersburg Hospital are extremely concerned about the news of adverse environmental conditions at our hospital. We take the safety of our patients, their families, and our coworkers very seriously and are encouraged that hospital administrators are acting […]

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