ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

New Freedom, PA

15-year-old opens ice cream shop with unique flavors

MCSHERRYSTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) — An Adams County teen is running her own ice cream shop, but she is serving up more than your average scoop. Ripleigh Maring spends her afternoons scooping ice cream. Another afternoon scooping ice cream. “It’s like heaven in a cup,” she said. “This is vanilla and then he got a scoop […]
ADAMS COUNTY, PA
Picture for 15-year-old opens ice cream shop with unique flavors

Notes from Gettysburg Borough

In addition to meeting with the borough’s trash removal contractor, WM, the following issues were considered at Monday’s Gettysburg Borough Council Meeting:. The next electronic device recycling event will be held on Sep. 17. Please register here or call 717.337.0424 before Sep. 16 to preregister. The Robert C....
GETTYSBURG, PA
LOCAL CHANNELS

Dover ready to build program from ground up, FNF 2022 Preview

DOVER, Pa. (WHTM) — If pyramids weren’t build in a day, neither will the Dover football team, but the Eagles understand that. Dover was a young group last year, mainly starting sophomores and juniors on their way to a 1-9 finish. Even though it was a tough season, it was a necessary one to gain […]
DOVER, PA
RELATED LOCATIONS
FOX 28 Spokane

Spirit Lake man charged with 2nd degree murder of his friend, victim identified

SANDPOINT, Idaho – The Bonner County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim found deceased at a residence on Spirit Lake Cutoff Road as Steve M. Moore. Moore was 66 years old and from Westminster, Maryland. His next of kind were notified. The coroner’s office is still looking into...
abc27.com

Historic hotel renovation nearly complete in York

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — There is no going back now! Reservations are now available for one of the Midstate’s longest anticipated new hotels. The newly renovated Yorktowne Hotel has been in the same place it has been in for the last century. Leaders say the hotel, which will be a Hilton, is a great mix of old and the new.
NEARBY CITIES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
abc27.com

Lancaster County to help control mosquito population

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — The Lancaster County Facilities Management Mosquito-Borne Disease Program has announced that many recreational and residential areas within the city are being sprayed on Thursday, Aug.11. Get daily news, weather, breaking news and alerts straight to your inbox! Sign up for the abc27 newsletters here. According...
mountjoychamber.com

27th Annual Chamber Chicken BBQ

The Mount Joy Chamber’s Chicken BBQ is on Saturday, August 20th and is a major fundraiser for the Chamber!! Tickets are now available for purchase in the Chamber office, at Milanof-Schock Library and JB Hostetter & Sons!. Cost per dinner is $13 for a meal of half chicken, baked...
MOUNT JOY, PA

Area schools prepare for substitute teachers

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — The number of teachers returning to the classroom for the fall semester is at a new low. Pennsylvania has seen a drop from about 20,000 certified teachers entering the field of education a decade ago, to just 6,000 last year. That falloff is steep and the rate of teachers […]

Cedar Crest grad Carpenter signs with Barnstormers

Cedar Crest grad Joseph Carpenter may not have been selected in last month's Major League Baseball amateur draft, but he will nonetheless get a shot at playing professionally. That opportunity was assured on Tuesday, when Carpenter signed with the Lancaster Barnstormers of the independent Atlantic League. In his final season...
LEBANON, PA

The Controversial Reason A Starbucks Employee Quit Over A Pet

During the peak of the coronavirus pandemic, food service workers became frontline workers. Not only did these employees need to worry about the risk of being exposed to the virus, but the tensions over COVID protocols like masking led to verbal and even physical abuse. One video on TikTok, for example, shows a Starbucks worker being verbally abused by someone who does not agree with the masking policy. In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a man allegedly punched a barista due to the store's mask policy (via CBS News).
LANCASTER, PA
Wbaltv.com

Professional women's lacrosse takes foothold in Sparks, showing nothing but promise

SPARKS, Md. — It has been a long time coming, but professional women's lacrosse finally has a foothold, and the future shows nothing but promise. Professional women's lacrosse is marching full steam ahead thanks to Athletes Unlimited, and now they've reached championship weekend in Baltimore County. The games are played Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
SPARKS, MD
ARCHIVES