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Tragedy At Southern York County Campground

NEW FREEDOM – A missing 12-year-old boy from a southern York County campground has been found dead. Southern Regional Police reported that Pay Kahi was reported missing yesterday afternoon from the Summit Grove Campground in New Freedom. The boy had been part of a youth group at the campground. The York County Coroner reports that he was found deceased in a pool just before 2 a.m. today.

Warrant issued for York woman stemming from controlled substance charges

YORK COUNTY, Pa. — On June 22, following a police investigation by the West Manchester Township Police Department, Kyra L. Schott from the 700 block of Manor St. in York is wanted for numerous charges. Police have charged Schott with 2 counts of delivery with intent to manufacture controlled...

'I Michael Myers'ed my sister': Police tell court what TikToker teen, 16, said after she was arrested for allegedly stabbing her 19-year-old disabled sister

A teenage TikToker accused of stabbing her sleeping sister to death joked to cops that she 'Michael Myers'ed' her, a court in Pennsylvania heard. Claire Miller, 16, was 14 when wheelchair-bound Helen, 19, was murdered at their family home in Manheim Township, Lancaster County last February. The high schooler was...

Teen injured in York shooting

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – A teen was injured after a late night shooting in York City. York City Police tell abc27 the shooting happened just before midnight on Wednesday night on the 1000 block of Roosevelt Ave. The victim, a 19-year-old boy, suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. Get daily...

Down by the River: Bridge it and they will come

You might say that Harrisburg suffers from an embarrassment of bridge riches. Six spans cross the Susquehanna River over about a mile, some so close that you might be able to fling a whoopie pie between them. Some are majestic, crafted of iron or stone, from a time when design...

Concerns over streetlights, hiring of mayor’s son dominate council meeting

Lebanon City Council quickly polished off a short agenda at Monday’s monthly meeting, but concerns voiced by residents over new streetlights and the recent hiring of a facilities security manager stretched the proceedings to nearly an hour. Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello told the city council that the Pennsylvania Auditor...

Former Funeral Director Suffered Embolism

LANCASTER – The Lancaster County Coroner’s Office found that former Lancaster County funeral director Andrew Scheid died of a pulmonary embolism. Scheid had been charged with abuse of corpses and falsifying death records. The 51-year-old was found Monday at 7:15 p.m. in the parking lot of Good’s Store in Quarryville in the drivers seat of a parked vehicle. The manner of death was ruled natural.

Pipe Dream: New organ enhances church music, worship

Harrisburg is rich with old churches, which often means huge old pipe organs that frequently go unused. The new pipe organ at Market Square Presbyterian Church, therefore, is distinctive, believed to be the first one in decades installed in a Harrisburg church. Market Square Presbyterian has a long history of...

State Police name new lieutenant to Montoursville, Troop F

Harrisburg, Pa. – Twenty-one members of the Pennsylvania State Police were recently promoted to Major, Captain, and Lieutenant and were recognized at a promotion ceremony in Harrisburg on June 21. Travis W. Doebler promoted to Lieutenant. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Commissioner Robert Evanchick has promoted Travis W. Doebler...

B&B, Breaking Barriers: The Keystone Inn is Gettysburg’s first Black-owned B&B—part of a nationwide small business and travel trend

Gettysburg is a town known worldwide for its history, but there’s a new chapter being written in its supporting tourism industry. When siblings Patrick, Christine and Stephen Campbell purchased Gettysburg’s Keystone Inn, they became the town’s first Black bed and breakfast (B&B) owners, among more than a dozen area B&B’s.

Meet Mackenzie Bender of Spooky Nook Sports

Growing up in Lancaster County, Mackenzie Bender has actively been involved in her community since her days as a student at Hempfield High School. After graduation, Mackenzie went on to attend Shippensburg University where she earned a degree in Business Management. During her time at Shippensburg, she was a known leader throughout campus. In her junior year, she worked to start a Mini-THON fundraising effort, which raised more than $30,000 under her direction in the fight against childhood cancer. As recognition for these efforts and more, she received the Raider Legacy Award before graduating for her lasting impact on the college.

Reform group urges PA lawmakers to stop killing bills without a vote

According to the organizers behind #FixHarrisburg, a growing number of Pennsylvania voters want to see the rules for Harrisburg politicians reformed. Redistricting, to give voters a fair chance at electing representatives who reflect their districts, is one priority outlined by the organizers of the #FixHarrisburg campaign. Another is #ReformTheRules, a plea with elected officials to revise their standards so that a handful of politicians can no longer block bills from being discussed on the Capitol floor.