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  • Camp Hill Little League team learns basics of CPR in Cumberland County

    CAMP HILL, Cumberland County – Students, athletes, and coaches learned life-saving skills during the  opening day of the Pennsylvania Little League State Championships. The Peyton Walker Foundation taught others what to do in the event someone goes into sudden cardiac arrest. The organization donated a new automated external defibrillator to the Camp Hill Little League team on Saturday. On Sunday, the foundation taught the team how to use it as well as CPR to help save lives. “It’s not enough […]

  • Two local organizations teach the visually impaired how to kayak

    PENN TOWNSHIP, York County – Sunday was ideal for a brave group of people to give kayaking a try at Codorus State Park. VisionCorps and the Susquehanna Valley Team River Runner hosted a kayaking event for people who are blind or visually impaired. Kayakers explored the lake solo with the guidance of support boaters. The goal was to empower individuals with vision loss and teach them that it does not take much to try new things. “I think it’s just […]

  • Mascots learn new skills at Mascot Summer Camp in Lancaster County

    MILLERSVILLE, Lancaster County – The hot weather did not beat summer fun for a few mascots on Saturday. Mascots from schools, businesses and sports teams learned new techniques, dances, and other things at the Mascot Summer Camp. The dedicated mascots showed off their best moves and professionalism for a team review. Trainers worked together to help others learn the skills needed to be a great mascot. “What we try to do is show them that there’s more to mascoting than […]

  • Hare Krishna devotees celebrate at Festival of India in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG – People in the capital city experienced India in one day through religion, food, dancing, music, and yoga. The annual Festival of India at Reservoir Park was held on Saturday. Hare Krishna devotees celebrate the event each year during June or July. Some of the highlights of the Hindu celebration include free vegetarian meals and traditional dances. The event has become a common sight in major cities of the world. Organizers say the event allows devotees to spread a […]

  • Eye drops recalled over sterility concerns

    Altaire Pharmaceuticals, Inc., is recalling the Over-the-Counter (OTC) drug products and lots sold by Natural Ophthalmics and TRP Company, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. As a precautionary measure, Altaire is voluntarily initiating the recall due to management concerns regarding the sufficiency of Quality Assurance controls over critical systems in the manufacturing facility. The FDA has determined these issues indicate a lack of sterility assurance. Administration of a non-sterile product intended to be sterile may result in serious […]

  • 11 displaced after fire in Chambersburg

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE (July 16): 11 people were displaced after a fire that affected multiple apartments in Chambersburg. According to the Red Cross, nine adults and two children were displaced after a multi-unit fire in the first block of West Washington Street. Last night, 9 adults and 2 children were displaced in the first block of West Washington Street in Chambersburg, (Franklin County) following a multi-unit fire. We provided resources for food, clothing, and shelter. — Red Cross Greater PA (@RedCrossGPA) […]

  • 22 people displaced after fire in Red Lion

    RED LION, Pa.– UPDATE (July 15): 22 people have been displaced after a fire spread to multiple homes on Sunday. According to the Red Cross, 17 adults and 5 children were displaced due to the fire that impacted the entire first block of Boundary Avenue: We are assisting 17 adults & 5 children following a multi-unit fire impacting the entire first block of Boundary Avenue in Red Lion (York County). Impacted residents were provided with resources for shelter, food, and clothing. Thank […]

  • Lancaster City Indie Retail week to begin Monday

    LANCASTER – July is National Independent Retailer Month. In celebration, Lancaster is kicking off a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. Downtown independent retailers hosted a launch a party for the city’s first-ever Indie Retail Week. The event is a week-long celebration that features more than 80 locally-owned shops. The retailers will line up the streets with a variety of goods and specials beginning Monday. Event organizers said the event is a perfect reminder for folks to shop local. “It is a unique […]

  • 6th Annual Ayden’s Cars for Kids raises money for local girl battling cancer

    WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, York County – More than 500 cars made their way to the York Fairgrounds for the 6th Annual Ayden’s Cars for Kids on Sunday. The cars showed off stunning looks to help Allyson, a local 4-year-old girl whose battling cancer. Event organizer, Mariah Jemiso, said all of the money raised at the event will go to Allyson’s family for medical expenses. “It really shows these families that you are not by yourself, because when this happens to […]

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