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Drug Task Force auction held in York

YORK, Pa. — The York County district attorney's office held the first in-person Drug Task Force public auction since 2019. Seventeen vehicles seized during drug and other criminal investigations were auctioned off Friday. Smaller items – including a washing machine, dryer and electronic devices – were also up for bids.
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The Things I Never Leave Costco, Lancaster Without

I don't know about you, but I have a love-hate relationship with Costco, especially Costco in Lancaster, PA, during the Holiday season. It seems like no matter what time I decide to go there, it is packed with cars and people. Usually, the horse parking for The Amish's transportation vehicles is in use as well.
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Police searching for 2 suspects who stole iPhones worth over $3,000

LANCASTER COUNTY — Police are searching for two men who entered a T-mobile store at 2347 Oregon Pike in Manheim Township and stole 4 Apple iPhones on display for sale. The two men cut the security cables attached to the phones then fled the store, according to authorities. Police say...

(1) Count Felony Receiving Stolen Property

Rineer, Dwayne Robert - (1) Count Felony Receiving Stolen Property. Receiving Stolen Property Arrest, 10:25 a.m., Wednesday, November 24, 2021, 900 block North Prince Street (MT) – Dwayne Robert Rineer, M/52, of Peach Bottom, PA, was charged with the above offense after he was observed inside a vehicle, which was reported stolen from Maryland. Rineer was arrested,...

High School Football: Harrisburg faces rematch with State College in PIAA Class 6A playoff quarterfinals

The COVID-19 pandemic scuttled a potentially magical season for Harrisburg last year. This year, the Cougars appear to be making up for lost time. After battling past Wilson to capture its second district title in four years last weekend, Harrisburg is setting its sights on a deep run in the state playoffs. The Cougars host their Mid-Penn Commonwealth neighbors, State College, in the state quarterfinals Saturday at 1 p.m. at Severance Field.

Tales from the ‘Darkside’: How Harrisburg’s defense worked to live up to lofty expectations set by units of the past

Anthony Day Jr. said you can see the fear in the opposition’s eyes sometimes. And he would know best because he is right in the middle of the mayhem surrounded by a group that Justin Cook says is just a bunch of “bad boys.” Terrell Reynolds called them “monsters,” and maybe they are between the white lines because, after all, they have adopted Chucky, the doll of horror-film fame, as their mascot. And Tyshawn Black said, some insanity — the “miracle mile” — made this all a reality.

Hogan, Officials Will Break Ground On Howard Street Tunnel Project On Monday

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan and transportation officials on Monday will break ground for the Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Project, which will enlarge the 126-year-old tunnel to accommodate trains with double-stacked containers traveling to and from the Port of Baltimore. The Maryland Port Administration said Friday that Hogan will be joined by CSX CEO Jim Foote, Federal Railroad Administration deputy administrator Amit Bose, Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg Slater, and Maryland Port Administration executive director William P. Doyle at the 1 p.m. groundbreaking ceremony. The project will expand the CSX-owned tunnel and 21 other locations to make room for double-stacked rail cars,...

Allowing Medical Marijuana Patients To Grow Pot At Home

HARRISBURG – Republican Erie County Sen. Dan Laughlin and Democrat Philadelphia County Sen. Sharif Street are sponsoring legislation to allow PA’s medical marijuana patients to grow a limited number of marijuana plants from their home for personal use. The lawmakers say, in some cases, patients have to travel over two hours to reach a dispensary. For those with serious conditions – such as cancer patients and the terminally ill – medical expenses, a lack of insurance for medical marijuana, and a reduced ability to work make it difficult for individuals to afford dispensary-purchased medical marijuana. By allowing medical marijuana patients to grow their own plants at home, it will help ease the cost and accessibility burdens for this important medicine.

7 Places to Visit on Record Store Day in Lancaster City

7 Places to Visit on Record Store Day in Lancaster City. Record Store Day is Friday, November 26th! Here are 7 places to pick up some vinyl in downtown Lancaster City. Always changing selection of new & used Vinyl, CDs & Cassettes. Angry Young and Poor. 356 W. Orange Street.
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State College Faces Harrisburg in PIAA Quarterfinals

The State College Little Lions may have five losses, but they are nevertheless preparing to take on old rival Harrisburg in the PIAA football quarterfinals on Saturday. It seems as if the Little Lions have been through it all this season, but at this point there’s little question that the Lions have emerged stronger as a result of their misfortunes.

Turning much colder starting this morning with blustery conditions too

TODAY: Mix of Clouds and Sun with Stray Light Rain/Snow Showers. Blustery. Winds NW 10-20 mph. Hi 40. TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy. Breezy, Chilly. Lo 29. SATURDAY: Breezy, Mostly Sunny. Winds NW 5-15 mph. Hi 40. SATURDAY NIGHT: Light Snow Showers, Light Accumulations of Less Than 1″ Northwest of Harrisburg. Lo...

We Salute You: Richard Delaware

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — On Friday, Nov. 26, abc27 honors Richard Delaware. Delaware served in the Vietnam War for two terms in the U.S. Navy as a Naval Officer. He currently lives in Dillsburg, York County. We salute you and thank you for your service.

Fatal Multi-Vehicle Crash Along US 22: PennDOT

A fatal multi-vehicle crash has brought traffic to a stand-still along one stretch of US 22 in Harrisburg, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The crash happened in the westbound between Exit: PA 39 - LINGLESTOWN/ROCKVILLE and Exit: PA 443 - FISHING CREEK at approximately 1:…

Where to see Christmas lights in central Pa. in 2021

Now that Thanksgiving is officially in the rear-view, it's time to look ahead to Christmas. And more specifically, Christmas lights. Decorated houses have been popping up for the last couple of weeks, thanks to a stretch of mild weather, but the season begins in earnest with the passing of Thanksgiving.