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Lebanon Catholic School fire suspected as arson

LEBANON, Pa. (WHTM) – Arson and vandalism are suspected after a fire at Lebanon Catholic School early Sunday morning. The Lebanon City Fire Department shared images of the school around 6 a.m. on Sunday showing flames inside the building. The fire department said “vandalism and arson are now the story of a once proud school family.”
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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.
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Fire at former Lebanon County high school under investigation

LEBANON, Pa. — A former high school building went up in flames overnight in Lebanon and now authorities are investigating it as suspected arson and vandalism. Multiple fire crews battled to put out the fire at the former Lebanon Catholic High School located at 1400 Chestnut Street early Sunday.
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Breaking: Lebanon City Catholic School Fire

Arson and vandalism are suspected after a fire at Lebanon Catholic School early Sunday morning. The Lebanon City Fire Department shared images of the school around 6 a.m. on Sunday showing flames inside the building. The.
LEBANON, PA
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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...
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Overnight fire damages former Lebanon Catholic building; vandalism suspected

The former Lebanon Catholic building at 1400 Chestnut St., Lebanon, caught fire in an overnight blaze that occurred in the pre-dawn hours of Sunday, July 3. County dispatch records indicate initial calls for the blaze were made around 3:40 a.m. City of Lebanon Fire Commissioner Duane Trautman said that crews...
LEBANON, PA
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Fire at Lebanon Catholic School early Sunday morning, arson suspected

Fire at Lebanon Catholic School early Sunday morning, arson suspected. Fire at Lebanon Catholic School early Sunday morning, …. Your Eyewitness Weather Forecast 7.1.22 (11AM) Your Eyewitness Weather Forecast 7.1.22 (4:30 AM) Your Eyewitness Weather Forecast 6/30. Your Eyewitness Weather Forecast 6.30.22 (11 AM) Your Eyewitness Weather Forecast 6.30.22 (4:30AM)
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Arson suspected in former Lebanon Catholic High School fire

Fire damaged the former Lebanon Catholic High School early Sunday. Crews were dispatched to the 1400 block of Chestnut Street, just after 3:30 a.m. Fire Commissioner Duane Trautman says there was heavy fire on the second floor when crews arrived. According to Trautman, there were a lot of combustibles on...
LEBANON, PA
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These are the fashion trends for summer 2022

LANCASTER, Pa. — WGAL News 8 is taking a look at fashion trends for summer. We spoke with the general manager of a Lancaster boutique. She's in charge of predicting and ordering what people want to wear. Sara Tuscher at Pappagallo said pandemic lounge wear is out and more...
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Former Lebanon Catholic school damaged in fire

The former Lebanon Catholic school building was heavily damaged by fire early Sunday morning, according to photos shared on social media by the Lebanon City Fire Department. Lebanon Fire Commissioner Duane Trautman told lebtown.com that the immediate cause of the fire, which was first reported at 3:40 a.m., was vandalism. Several fires had previously occurred at the building in relation to activity by vandals, according to Trautman.
LEBANON, PA
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HARRISBURG, PA
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Legislation to Restrict Use of Fireworks in Pa. Heads to Governor

A bill looking to restrict the use of fireworks in Pennsylvania is moving forward in Harrisburg. The Republican-controlled senate approved the legislation Thursday. The bill would reform the state's existing laws including restricting when fireworks can be set off. The new law would limit fireworks use from 10 a.m. to...
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The Medical Minute: Sunscreen – Still a Smart Way to Protect Your Skin

HERSHEY, Pa. – Summer has arrived and with it so have dreams of beach vacations, trips to the waterpark, and outdoor activities. After months of winter’s colder temperatures, you’re ready to get outside in search of that warm feeling of the sun on your skin and the resulting “healthy glow.”
HERSHEY, PA

York College of Pa. president plans to retire in June 2023

Dr. Pamela Gunter-Smith, the president of York College of Pennsylvania for nine years, has announced her plan to retire in June 2023. The college’s fourth president, she came to York in 2013 after leadership roles at Drew University, Spelman College, and the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, a press release said.
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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.
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