Sean joined the news team in July 2017 as a digital content producer. Originally from Maryland, Sean made his way up to The Keystone State in 2011 as a York College of Pennsylvania student. He is a ’15 graduate of the college and now resides in York County.

Twitter: @sean_naylor

Recent Articles
  • Parents of infant who died at Geisinger Medical Center’s NICU files lawsuit against hospital

    MONTOUR COUNTY, Pa. — The parents of one of the three infants who died at Geisinger Medical Center’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) after contracting an infection have filed a lawsuit against the central Pennsylvania hospital, according to WNEP. The lawsuit claims that Geisinger Medical Center knew its NICU was dangerous and contaminated with the bacteria when baby Abel Cepeda was delivered in late September 13 weeks premature, WNEP reports. Cepeda was the third infant to die in six weeks. […]

  • Former postal employee indicted for theft of mail

    HARRISBURG — A Harrisburg man was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury for theft of mail by a postal employee, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of PA. It’s alleged that 24-year-old Vashaurid Gibbs removed money from letters, postal cards, packages and mail that had come into his possession as a postal employee on July 8. The case was investigated by the United States Postal Service Office of Inspector General.

  • Harrisburg man tried to cut school bus fuel line in Schuylkill County, police allege

    SCHUYLKILL COUNTY, Pa. — A Harrisburg man tried to cut the fuel line of a Mahanoy Area School District school bus earlier this week, police allege. The incident occurred at the school district around 2 a.m. Monday. Police say an officer spotted the man, identified as 38-year-old Richard Davis, laying under a bus trying to cut the fuel line. Davis has been charged with theft by unlawful taking, criminal trespass, institutional vandalism, criminal mischief, and loitering and prowling at night, […]

  • Seven displaced after building fire in Harrisburg

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– Seven people were displaced after a building fire. According to emergency dispatch, crews responded to a building fire in the 2100 block of Derry Street in Harrisburg just before 8:00 p.m. on October 17. As a result of the fire, seven people were displaced. There is no word if anyone was injured in the incident.

  • Dead bald eagle found in Lancaster County last week, Game Commission says

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — A bald eagle was found dead last week in Lancaster County, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. The Game Commission says the eagle was found along the on-ramp to Route 222 north, by Route 30 westbound, around 1:50 p.m. Thursday by State Police. State Game Warden Greg Graham reported to the scene at 2:30 p.m. to recover the eagle but the only thing he found was a feather. Anyone with information related to the case should […]

  • Man allegedly fled State Police, crashed into home in Lebanon

    LEBANON — A 24-year-old man is accused of fleeing State Police and crashing into a residence in Lebanon. The incident occurred around 12 p.m. Tuesday. State Police say they observed the accused, Ricky Rodriguez-Ramos, driving a 2001 Ford Explorer pickup with an inoperable brake light in the area of North 10th and Monument Streets. When troopers attempted to stop the Ford, Rodriguez-Ramos fled at a high rate of speed. During the chase, Rodriguez-Ramos allegedly blew through a red light, ran […]

  • West York Area School District, teachers’ union adopts new collective bargaining agreement

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — The West York Area School District and the West York Area Education Association announced Tuesday that they’ve adopted a new collective bargaining agreement that runs from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2023. The school board approved the contract Tuesday night with an 8-0 vote. The teachers’ union voted to ratify the contract earlier in the day. “We are pleased with the mutual professionalism throughout the negotiations process and the school board’s support of its educators,” […]

  • Jerry Sandusky’s resentencing hearing scheduled for November 8

    HARRISBURG — Jerry Sandusky is scheduled to be resentenced on November 8 at 1 p.m. at the Centre County Courthouse, according to Stacey Witalec, the communications director for the Administrative Office of PA Courts. President Judge Maureen Skerda, from Warren and Forest Counties, is seeing the case, Witalec added. Sandusky is awaiting resentencing on 45 counts of child sex abuse crimes. The ex-Penn State coach was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in state prison in June 2012 for those […]

  • Police seek identities of Giant Food Stores theft suspects

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Police are asking for the public’s help to identify two people involved in the alleged theft of goods from Giant Food Stores in Lancaster Township. Police say the pictured male entered the store on Columbia Avenue on nine separate occasions (seven times in September and twice in October) and stole $1,196.17 worth of merchandise. He’s also accused of going to the store with the pictured female in mid-September, where they allegedly stole items valued at $45.80. […]

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