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Two rescued from water Sunday night at Gunpowder Falls State Park

KINGSVILLE, MD—Two people were rescued on Sunday night at Gunpowder Falls State Park. Personnel from White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company and Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company responded for an inland water rescue at the Jones Road portion of Gunpowder Falls State Park. Units were requested for a report of multiple intoxicated subjects, believed to be in danger, refusing to leave the … Continue reading "Two rescued from water Sunday night at Gunpowder Falls State Park" The post Two rescued from water Sunday night at Gunpowder Falls State Park appeared first on Nottingham MD.

Suspects Rob Lancaster County Target Stores

MANHEIM TOWNSHIP – Two suspects are being sought by police after robbing two Lancaster County Target stores. Around 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 25th, a man and woman entered Target at 1589 Fruitville Pike in Manheim Township and pushed out over $480.00 worth of merchandise. While passing points of sale, the female suspect held an open knife in her hand and threatened a Target employee. The pair fled the scene in an older model gold sedan, possibly a Honda Accord with a dent in the driver side rear door. Immediately following the robbery, the two committed a second retail theft around 9:30 p.m. at the Target in Warwick Township. Police have released surveillance photos of the suspects and their vehicle. Anyone recognizing the suspects or the vehicle is asked to contact Manheim Township Police at 717-569-6401.

Police looking for Target store robbers who threatened employee

MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WHTM_) — Police in Manheim Township are looking for two people who have stolen items from two separate Target stores in Lancaster County. According to police, on Saturday, June 25 at around 9 p.m., two people entered the target on Fruitville Pike in Manheim Township and were able to push out $480.67 worth of merchandise.

Central Pa. celebrates Independence Day

LANCASTER, Pa. — Residents throughout Central Pa. participated in early celebrations for the Fourth of July on Sunday. At Western Village RV Park, Carlisle families were treated to a variety of activities, from cornhole tournaments and golf cart parades, to a patriotic slip ‘n slide. “It’s just a...

‘Oooh, McDonalds’: 14-Year-Old Allegedly Said She’d Have Killed Someone Sooner If She Knew She’d Get Fast Food for Breakfast

Over a three-day preliminary hearing, a judge saw differing portraits of a 14-year-old girl charged with killing her disabled older sister. The defense for Claire Miller argued she is capable of rehabilitation and had experienced a psychotic break when she allegedly stabbed sibling Helen Miller, 19, to death. The prosecution, however, said she had for months expressed a desire to hurt someone. Now Judge David Workman has to decide whether Claire, now 16, has to stay in adult court or move to juvenile court. A ruling is expected to take place July 18, according to WGAL-TV.

Cocoa Packs expands operations to feed more children in need

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — A local organization has broken ground on a new warehouse intended to increase food distribution for local children in need. Based in Hershey, Cocoa Packs provides meals for children in need over the summer and when kids do not have access to school lunches. The organization offers packs with a variety of nutritious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack items to children on the days that they have no access to subsidized food offerings. Cocoa Packs currently serves 1,300 kids in Central Pennsylvania.

CHEER Live 2022 Tour: Photos

The CHEER Live 2022 Tour held a performance at the Giant Center in Hershey on Sunday evening. The first of its kind live performance featured athletes from the Emmy Award-winning Netflix docuseries “Cheer.” The premier athletes gave an electrifying exhibition of never-before-seen stunts and stage performances.

Police investigate cause of Lancaster Township crash

An area of Columbia Avenue lost power around 2 a.m. Sunday following a roll-over crash hit a utility pole. The road was shut down between Abbeyville Road and Jackson Drive while PPL worked to restore power. Fire officials on the scene said it was a single vehicle crash. There is...

2022 United Zion Car & Motorcycle Cruise is almost here

LITITZ, Pa. (WHTM) — The United Zion Car and Motorcycle Cruise is returning on Tuesday, August 9th from 6 p.m. to dark at the Lancaster Evangelical Free Church (LEFC). The car and motorcycle show started 15 years ago as a way to bring great vehicles and community members together.

717 Vintage Fest, presented by Revolt Style Studio, to be held on July 16 and 17 in York

YORK, Pa. — The 717 Vintage Fest, presented by Revolt Style Studio, is set to be held on July 16 and 17, according to a press release. This vintage market will feature over 60 vendors from the region’s most established and up-and-coming vintage stores and independent retailers and will be a destination for thousands of vintage-loving consumers, also according to the release.
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Conestoga Swim Club downs Knowlton

The Conestoga Swim Club defeated Knowlton Swim Club, 320-152, July 2. Conestoga had 10 triple winners:. – Reese Jones (8u 25 fly, 25 free, 100 free relay) – Audrey Brunner (12u 50 free, 100 IM, 200 free relay) – Maren Diebold (12u 50 fly, 50 breast, 200 free relay) –...

Hit and run damages light pole in Ephrata

EPHRATA, Pa. (WHTM) — Ephrata Police are investigating a hit and run accident that occurred during the evening hours of Saturday, July 2. Police say that the accident occurred around 10:16 p.m. at the Ephrata Borough Grater Park at 300 Cocalico Street. Officers discovered a light pole at the park was knocked over with damage to the pole, the light, and the base.