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  • Local artists install sidewalk murals in York City

    YORK, York County, PA – A group of local artists took over parts of York City this weekend as part of Bring on Play’s Play Everywhere Initiative. The group consisting of both professional and student artists installed 14 sidewalk murals throughout the city Sunday.  The Playful Sidewalks project, which is part of the Play Everywhere Initiative, was designed to increase “playability” and promote walking through the city. One of the organizers, Rita Whitney, Owner of Prime Art Supply said, “We’ve […]

  • Mother’s Day Truck Convoy in Lancaster benefits Make-A-Wish foundation

    LANCASTER, Lancaster County, Pa – The 28th annual Mother’s Day Truck Convoy, benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation, was held Sunday in and around Burle Business Park in Lancaster City. The convoy of about 500 trucks started west on Rt. 30, traveled through Akron and Ephrata and returned to the park.  The event also featured food, live music and games.  While free, the event gave spectators the opportunity to raise both money and awareness for the Make-A-Wish Susquehanna Valley. “This event can only exist on […]

  • Ceremony in Harrisburg honors fallen law enforcement officials

    HARRISBURG, Dauphin County, PA – The Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police Pennsylvania State Lodge held a ceremony on Monday to honor several police officers who were killed while on duty this year. A number of fallen law enforcement officials were honored including, Officer Scott Bashioum of the Canonsburg Borough Police Department in Southwestern Pennsylvania, State Trooper Landon Weaver, Delaware Patrolman Edward Wehe III and Philadelphia Officer Walter Dewitt III. “They chose to put the lives and freedom of others before […]

  • Lancaster rehab center offers unique resources for families and babies

    LANCASTER, Pa. – Schreiber Pediatric Center is on its way to offering unique resources for families with new babies. Photojournalist Robert Gill takes us on a tour of the new facility that will provide child care for infants.

  • Dauphin Co. event raises money to provide clean water wells for two African villages

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Dauphin County, Pa. – Nearly 400 people gathered at Hershey High School on Sunday for the 2nd Annual “Walk for Clean Water” event. The walk is aimed at raising money to provide clean water wells for two villages in the African nation of Swaziland. The 3.75 mile walk around the school campus represents the walk that people around the world have to make in order to get clean water. High school senior Michael Miller, who co-founded of the […]

  • Lancaster Barnstormers hold first ever tryout camp

    LANCASTER, Pa – The Lancaster Barnstormers held its first ever tryout camp Sunday at Clipper Magazine Stadium. No previous experience was required. Participants only had to be at least 18-years of age and have a high school diploma. The team’s coaches were on hand to scout talent for the Atlantic League. Ross Peeples, Manager of the Barnstormers said, “It’s a minor league system to pull from to see who is out there.  Turnover ratio can be big sometimes in this […]

  • Fashion show in York County benefits cancer prevention

    ABBOTTSTOWN, York County, Pa – The Joann Baum Memorial Fashion Show was held Sunday at the Hanover Country Club in Abbottstown, York County. The event helps fund the Pulmonary Department of the Hanover Hospital. Joann Baum served as President of the Hanover Hospital Auxiliary, which is a group that offers educational services to the community.  Baum passed away last year. All proceeds go toward enhancing diagnostics for earlier lung cancer diagnosis.  

  • People in Adams County learn how immigration issues impact them

    EAST BERLIN, Adams County, Pa. – A group of people in Adams County gathered on Sunday afternoon, to learn how immigration issues impact their county. Adams Action hosted the event at the East Berlin Community Center.  It featured speakers to provide insight and answers about illegal immigrants, sanctuary cities, deportation and paths to citizenship.  Those speakers included: Ted Murphy, Former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Prosecutor, Leighton Rice, from the Adams County Fruit Growers Association​, Paula Olinger, Spanish Professor at […]

  • “Lanes for Lives” event raises money for South Central PA American Red Cross

    SPRING GARDEN TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa – The “Lanes for Lives” annual charity event benefiting the South Central PA American Red Cross was held Sunday at Suburban Bowlerama. More than 150 people participated in the event hosted by Brewery Products, including some of the FOX43 news team. “There are a lot of local disasters in our area and the Red Cross was there.  So hopefully, this hits home.  It might be your neighbor, it might be yourself the next time.  Hopefully with […]

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