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‘I would have killed someone sooner if I knew I was going to get McDonald’s’: Girl told police after sister’s death

“Oooh, McDonalds. I would have killed someone sooner if I knew I was going to get McDonalds.”. That’s what 14-year-old Claire Miller said when police bought her breakfast, hours after she was accused of fatally stabbing her 19-year-old disabled sister, Helen on Feb. 22, 2021, according to John Martin, a Manheim Township police officer.
MANHEIM, PA
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MA Man Kills PA Mom In Front Of Kids, Shoots Himself: DA

A Massachusetts man shot and killed a Pennsylvania mom of two Wednesday, June 8 before shooting himself during a domestic dispute, authorities said. Police responding to a call of a suicidal person inside a Clark Court home in Northampton Township found Samantha J. Rementer, 31, dead and Thadius W. McGrath, 35, with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the face around 5 p.m., Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said.
BUCKS COUNTY, PA
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Police investigating fatal East Lampeter Township car crash

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — At approximately 12:13 a.m. on June 25 East Lampeter Township Police responded to a single vehicle car crash on the 500 block of Willow Road. Police arrived at the scene to find a 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe rolled over on its passenger side. The car had two people inside, an 18-year-old girl from Ronks who was transported to a local hospital and a 17-year-old boy from Lancaster who was declared dead at the scene of the crash.
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Restaurant owner says Ranch House near West Lawn will reopen

SPRING TWP., Pa. - The Ranch House restaurant near West Lawn, a Berks County staple that closed in April, will reopen under new owners, according to a Facebook post. Massimo Caloiero, owner of The PourHouse American Grille in Fleetwood, said in a Facebook post Monday that, “Now that it’s official: Lilli’s Ranch House coming soon! Stay tuned for updated progress.”
BERKS COUNTY, PA
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Residents tell Lebanon city officials new LED street lights are a 'very bright' problem

Residents told Lebanon city officials Monday that numerous people are unhappy about new LED lamps used to replace solar vapor lamps in street lights. City resident Jerry Kalinoski asked if city administrators had contacted Met-Ed about installing lights that are not as bright as those that have been installed recently. Kalinoski first initiated the conversation with city council about street lighting in April.
LEBANON, PA

Clay Twp. Fire Chief Admits To Sexually Assaulting Teenage Volunteer In Text Message: Police

A central Pennsylvania fire chief allegedly sexually assault a 16-year-old who was volunteering with the fire department, police say. Clay Township Fire Chief, Donald E. Moyer, 52, of the 500 block of Hopeland Road, Stevens, PA, supposedly touched "the buttocks and back lower torso and pubic region," of the teenaged boy following a training session at the fire station on June, 14, according to the police release.
CLAY TOWNSHIP, MI
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Wawa will open its newest store in Berks June 30

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‘Jack’s Christmas Eve’: Santa Arrives Early in North Coventry for Two-Year-Old Battling Rare Form of Cancer

Santa and Mrs. Claus with the Rousseaus.Image via Evan Brandt, Daily Local News. A North Coventry Township family of a two-year-old boy with cancer recently received an outpouring of love and support from the community through a spectacular parade organized with help from the nonprofit Operation Nine Reindeer, writes Evan Brandt for the Daily Local News.
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Kennett Township native pens critically-acclaimed spy thriller

Courtesy photo Kennett Township native Michael Woodward’s first novel, The Handler, was published to critical acclaim last month. Start at the beginning of every writer’s artistic journey and you will very likely trace his or her original steps to childhood. The first story, the first spiral-bound notebook chock full of snippets and observations, and the first inkling that a life spent with words would become an inevitable destiny.
KENNETT TOWNSHIP, PA
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Giving away shoes to kids in Chester County

WEST CHESTER — Every child has a favorite color, including sixth-grader Ryan Jones. As part of Friday’s Operation Warm event, Ryan chose a pair of gifted and brand-new blue athletic shoes. “It feels amazing,” Ryan said. “I’ve never done this before. “I just want to...
CHESTER COUNTY, PA
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West Lawn United Methodist welcomes new lead pastor

WEST LAWN, Pa. - West Lawn United Methodist Church has announced the appointment of a new lead pastor. Reverend Tom Ebersole will be the new lead pastor starting on July 1. His first Sunday leading worship will be on July 3. A media release writes that Ebersole became an ordained...
WEST LAWN, PA
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Free $20 Uber gift voucher presented for Fourth of July Weekend

LITITZ, Pa. — The Lititz Borough Police Department (LBPD) is teaming up with Wilsbach Distributers to offer a free $20 Uber gift voucher for July 4th weekend. This voucher is designed to discourage driving under the influence during the holiday weekend as part of the "Decide to Ride" program.
LITITZ, PA
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