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  • Princess Ball held in Lancaster County

    MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Lancaster County – Children spent a magical time surrounded by Disney Royalty. GoKids Company hosted its first Lancaster princess ball at Eden Resort & Suites. Kids came face-to-face with their favorite princesses. Singing, dancing, and plenty of hugs were part of the royal treatment. Organizer, Monika Gransee, said the ball teaches children that love and family are most important and that dreams really do come true. “When you are a child you still believe in magic, you believe […]

  • Skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes during the winter storm

    WARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, York County – Saturday’s weather was perfect for winter fun at Roundtop Mountain Resort. Skiers and snowboarders took full advantage of the snow. Hundreds made their way to the resort to hit the slopes. As of now 14 of its 20 trails are open. Another one may be open Sunday. Roundtop staff said they have been taking full advantage of the weather to make plenty of snow with their new snow-making system. “We are loving this. We finally […]

  • 6th annual Festivice wraps up

    YORK — The 6th annual Festivice wrapped up on Saturday. The event features more than ten tons of interactive ice art, a giant slide and plenty of other activities. York Traditions Bank sponsors the winter fun every year so anyone can attend for free. Organizers said this festival gives people a reason to get together and have fun as a community. “The attendance goes up every year. Word of it is starting to spread,” said Doug Eppler, York Revolution marketing […]

  • Thompson’s Company recalls waterproofing wood and masonry protectors due to fire hazard

    Thompson’s WaterSeal has issued a recall of more than 850,000 waterproofing protectors, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Name of product: Thompson’s® WaterSeal® Waterproofing Wood Protector and Masonry Protector in Aerosol Cans Hazard: The contents of the cans can react with the package, causing rust to form along the can seam, which could spread to other areas of the can and create pinhole leaks.  Leaking propellant poses a fire hazard when it comes into contact with sources of […]

  • York County SPCA holds ‘Tales for Tails’ event

    MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, York County – Separation anxiety often affects rescue dogs in shelters. That’s a reason why the York County SPCA invites kids to come in and read to the dogs during its ‘Tales for Tails’ event. Organizers said the program is for kids in Kindergarten-6th grade. Students can practice their reading skills while helping to calm the dogs. Here are the next dates available for Tales for Tails: Thursday, January 30 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Sunday, February […]

  • White Rose winter showcase and basic skills series

    York – Local figure skaters laced up their ice skates and showed off their skills at the York Ice Arena on Saturday. The White Rose Figure Skating Club hosted its 1st competition of the basic skills competition series. 4 skating clubs in Central PA put the event together for beginner and lower level skaters. “It brings me joy to see my skaters and see skaters of all ages to start skating,” said  Lee Ann Abugoz, chair of the competition, “It’s […]

  • York County Hispanic Coalition hosts ‘Three Kings Day’

    YORK – People came together to celebrate a holiday called “Three Kings Day” or “Dia de Los Reyes Magos.” The York County Hispanic Coalition hosted the event at William Penn High School. More than 20 agencies provided resources and information about their services to families in York County. Maria Jacomeottati member of the York County Hispanic Coalition said this event helps immigrants who might be having a hard time adjusting to life in the U.S. “We’ve all come from different […]

  • New down syndrome achievement center to offer free programs for families in Lancaster County

      Manheim Township, Lancaster County – A new playhouse hopes to change the lives of people with down syndrome. GiGi’s Playhouse, described as a down syndrome achievement center, opened its doors on Saturday. The playhouse is part of a network made up of 47 other centers across the country. The playhouse offers education and life-based skill programs. Its mission is to change the way people view down syndrome and send a message of acceptance. “We’re changing lives through purposeful programming that […]

  • Ready-to-eat soup recalled because of unlabeled allergens

    Kettle Cuisine Midco issued a recall for one of its ready-to-eat soup for toddlers, because it could contain some allergens not labeled on the product. According to the USDA, a consumer found noodles in a Little Dish Lentils and Beef Soup. Noodles are made with eggs and wheat, which are known allergens. Affected in the recall: 7-oz. polypropylene cup with film containing “little dish FRESH FOOD FOR KIDS Lentils & Beef with Vegetables for toddlers” with a best buy date […]

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