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State Police looking for missing Pennsylvania woman

SOUTH COATESVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) – Pennsylvania State Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing Pennsylvania woman. State Police say 32-year-old Laura Pearce was last seen on the first block of Bay Street in South Coatesville Borough on May 14 around 10 p.m. Get daily...
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Teen arrested for stolen car in Lancaster

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – Police in Lancaster County have arrested a 16-year-old who allegedly stole a car from Baltimore. On Monday morning Northern Lancaster County Regional Police observed a 2013 Ford Fusion partially parked in the roadway. The teen said he ran out of gas and allegedly presented officers a license that belonged to another person.

Berks man wanted in stabbing in Exeter Township

Exeter Township police charged a Shillington man with aggravated assault and reckless endangerment after they said he stabbed another man in the neck Sunday afternoon. Police obtained an arrest warrant Sunday for Joshua Garman, 30, of the 1000 block of Fern Avenue. He was not in custody as of Monday afternoon, said Sgt. Sean Fullerton, public information officer.

Fetterman election night event to go on without him

U.S Senate candidate John Fetterman’s primary election night party is still scheduled but its star will not be in attendance. Lt. Gov. Fetterman, who remains hospitalized in Lancaster after suffering a stroke, will continue to campaign, but will not attend the Pittsburgh area event with supporters, his campaign said in a statement released Monday morning.

Local Family Gifts Kennett Square Nonprofit to Good Samaritan Services, Keeps Original Mission Alive

Bobbie and Tina of His Mission with Good Samaritan Services staff.Image via Daily Local News. To ensure the original mission of their nonprofit organization is kept alive, the Valentine family has gifted His Mission’s Kennett Square building to Good Samaritan Services, a nonprofit that serves the homeless in Chester and Lancaster counties, writes Joan Holliday for the Daily Local News.

District 1 Preview: Cougars, Whippets, Knights are top contenders

EAST MARLBOROUGH >> A total of nine Chester County teams have qualified for the District 1 Boys Lacrosse Tournament, which gets underway Tuesday. And to get an accurate idea of just how strong the local squads were in 2022, six of the nine are assured at least one home game to begin the proceedings.

David Foster takes audience on journey through popular music

The Hitman returned to Lancaster, PA with wife Katharine McPhee after rescheduling three times. David Foster. His is a name everyone knows. They just might know why they know it. For a large swath of generations, Foster is the artist behind the soundtrack to their lives. A writer and producer, as well as gifted pianist, Foster’s many talents were on display last night (Sun, May 15th) at American Music Theater in Lancaster, PA.

York man connected to 2021 shooting arrested by U.S. Marshals

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — A York man has been arrested for his connection to a 2021 shooting in the 200 block of East Poplar Street. Christian Galarza-Rodriguez, 37, has been charged with Criminal Homicide following an investigation into the shooting conducted by the York City Police Department. Attempts to find him were initially unsuccessful and […]

"This is the epicenter." York opens renovated bus terminal

York, PA — A bright and shiny renovated transit center is now greeting bus riders in York. Today, local leaders cut the ribbon on Rabbit Transit’s King Street terminal. The $3 million project upgrades the facility to make it more ADA compliant, safer and more secure, while raising the roof heights for taller natural gas buses.
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Local Brownies complete community service project

KENNETT SQUARE—Brownie Girl Scout Troop 41293 from New Garden, Greenwood and Bancroft Elementary schools, completed their community service project recently. The girls created 15 “birthday in a box” kits to donate to KACS (Kennett Area Community Service). The “birthday in a box” contained all the supplies a parent would need to have a birthday party for their child – cake mix, frosting, cake pans, candles, plates, napkins, balloons, a banner, etc. The girls shopped for the items at Walmart and each packed a box. For boxes, the troop recycled Girl Scout Cookie cases. It was a fun way to celebrate the 110th birthday of Girl Scouts.