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  • Pennsylvania State Police hosts one-day camp in Dauphin County

    MIDDLESEX TOWNSHIP, Cumberland County – State troopers welcomed lots of friendly faces into the Hershey State Police Academy. Police hosted the sunny day camp on Saturday. It’s a one day camp where children and adults with special needs can interact with state troopers and learn about all the things they do. More than 150 people were able to enjoy a day filled with lots of games, obstacle courses, and k-9 units demonstrations. Pennsylvania State Police Corporal Samantha Minnucci said they […]

  • Memorial ceremony honors and remembers innocent DUI victims in York County

    SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, York County – A special day for many as they remember and honor innocent DUI victims. The York Area Highway Safety Council’s Kain Memorial committee held a re-dedication ceremony today at the William Kain Park in Springfield Township. The committee holds the ceremony each year to remember all of the lives lost in alcohol or drug-related crashes on York County roads. Organizers said it not only serves as a memorial to the victims but also as a reminder […]

  • Hush recalls some anesthetic products over failure to meet child resistant closure requirement, poisoning risk

    If you recently got a tattoo and bought anesthetic products, you may want to take a look at it. Hush anesthetic has recalled thousands of its hush gels, sprays and foam soaps due that the packaging is not child resistant. Description: This recall involves Hush gel, spray and foam soap products containing 4% lidocaine. The gel and spray were sold in 2 and 4-ounce sizes and the foam soap was sold in 1.7-ounce size. The bottles are white or black […]

  • Beaba recalls baby food cooker due to laceration hazard

    Beaba has issued a recall for its baby food cooker, Babycook Neo, after reports the glass bowl breaking during use and people getting injured. Description: This recall involves the Beaba Babycook Neo Midnight and Cloud baby food makers. The Babycook Neo is A/C powered and steams and blends food. It measures about 9 inches wide and 9 inches high with a detachable glass bowl. The Midnight is dark blue with a white handled glass bowl with the reference number 912645 […]

  • Ford recalls more than 270,000 vehicles at risk of rolling away

    Ford has recalled more than 270,000 vehicles, because they may roll away unexpectedly. The recall affects some of the 2019 Ranger trucks and the Fusion models 2013 through 2016 with 2.5-liter engines, according to Ford. The affected 2019 Rangers have an issue with the transmission shift cable fastener. Those two fasteners that secure the transmission shift cable bracket to the transmission may have been improperly torqued and could cause the transmission shift cable to become loose. The transmission could then […]

  • Dozens of people attend 44th Olde York Street Fair held in York despite the continuous rain

    YORK – People celebrated great mother’s day tradition for the 44th year in Downtown York on Sunday. Dozens of people came out to celebrate all mothers at the annual Olde York Street Fair. A variety of vendors were on display to offer food and handmade items. All vendors partnered with a local non-profit organization to help raise money. York City special events coordinator, Mary Yeaple, said this event brings families together each year. “We hear from people who came when […]

  • Local moms celebrate Mother’s day running in the rain at 5K run and walk in Elizabethtown

    ELIZABETHTOWN, Lancaster County – Many moms celebrated their special day in the rain with great attitudes. While many people spent Mother’s Day indoors, several local moms took to the streets for the 6th annual Mother’s Day 5-K run at the Masonic Village. More than 60 people were there. The event helped raise money to support the Elizabethtown Rotary Club’s services that it offers throughout the year. “This is our sixth year and we figured what better way to celebrate moms […]

  • 27th annual ‘Stamping Out Hunger’ food drive held in York

    York – The National Association of Letter Carriers hosted its annual food drive to help local families in need of a meal. The annual 27th “Stamping Out Hunger” food drive was held on Saturday. Mail carriers went around in the community to collect donations right from the doorsteps of homes and businesses. The association partnered with 20 different local organizations to help them unload the food. This year organizers hope to raise more than 55,000 pounds of food because that’s […]

  • Local organization hosts open house for new facility that will help struggling veterans

    LANCASTER – A safe place for heroes to recover is the mission for a local organization and its new facility. Your Six Veterans Services hosted an open house for their new location on Saturday. Organizers partnered with Saint Ann’s Catholic Church for help on renovating the building. The new facility will accommodate around 50 veterans, so they can have a healthy environment to socialize with others. It will also serve as a space for counseling sessions. Organizers said it’s an […]

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