Expanding retailer opens another location in PennsylvaniaKristen WaltersNewsBreak Contributor
Palmyra Police announce efforts to continue search for Kortne Stouffer: $100,000 reward by familyDesiree Heltzel-BaylinNewsBreak Contributor
Hershey: A Premier Choice Among Pennsylvania's Small Towns for RetireesErickNewsBreak Contributor
Point Boro's 2nd Triumph: Regional ChampsShaq WritesNewsBreak Contributor
New Authentic Jamaican Restaurant Set to Open in Dauphin CountyMadocNewsBreak Contributor
Local Theft Highlights the Growing Threat of Organized Retail Crime
In the quiet community of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, a brazen theft at the Tractor Supply Company in Elizabethtown Township has left residents and law enforcement on high alert. On a recent Monday afternoon, a man and woman were reported to have coordinated a theft of several power tools, using a galvanized metal trash can to evade detection. Their escape vehicle, a distinctively modified Jeep Cherokee, was last seen fleeing the crime scene, prompting the State Police to issue a call for public assistance in identifying the suspects.
See all homes sold in Elizabethtown, Nov. 27 to Dec. 3
The following is a listing of all home transfers in Elizabethtown reported from Nov. 27 to Dec. 3. There were 8 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was an 864-square-foot home on Fairview Street in Elizabethtown that sold for $300,000. Conoy Township.
Volunteers needed for Lancaster County emergency shelter
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) — You can be a hometown hero by helping a local shelter. For the last eight years, from December to April, the Elizabethtown Emergency Shelter has given people experiencing homelessness a place to sleep, food to eat, and resources to get help. But with the number of homeless people increasing, they are […]
Multi-vehicle accident on I-81 causes traffic delays in Lebanon Co.
LEBANON COUNTY, Pa. (WHP) — UPDATE | The accident on I-81 has been cleared, though drivers may still experience traffic delays, according toPennDOT spokesperson Fritzi Schreffler. PREVIUOS COVERAGE | An accident involving at least three vehicles on I-81 is disrupting traffic this morning, police confirmed. Pennsylvania State Police said...
Comings and Goings: Appliance company closes after 60 years, new Aldi may open soon
Romberger's Appliances, Inc. has closed. The appliance dealer and repair company has been open in York County for 60 years. According to a post on the company's Facebook page, the company began in a garage on Springwood Road but quickly grew to the large store on Reynolds Mill Road. Even...
Multiple crashes causing problems for the morning commute in south-central Pa.
Traffic is backing up on quite a few Susquehanna Valley roads this morning due to crashes. One lane of southbound I-81 is blocked before Exit 80/Bow Creek Road. There are delays on Route 322 east between 22 and I-81. York County. A multi-vehicle crash is blocking one lane of northbound...
Expanding retailer opens another location in Pennsylvania
A growing retail chain recently opened another new location in Pennsylvania. Read on to learn more. On Friday, November 10, 2023, the growing home furnishing retail chain Bob's Discount Furniture celebrated the grand opening of its newest Pennsylvania location in York, according to local sources.
Lancaster, Pa. man killed while trying to buy a car in Baltimore through Facebook Marketplace, per charging docs
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Charging documents reveal that a recent murder victim in Baltimore was killed while trying to buy a car through a private transaction started on Facebook Marketplace. 18-year-old Carlos Carrazana-Ricardo was shot and killed in the 2700 block of Harlem Avenue on November 26, according to police.
17-year-old dead after head-on crash in Dauphin Co.
DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa (WHP) — A teenager was killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Williams Township on Sunday, according to state police. The crash happened at 4:17 p.m. on SR-209, near the intersection with Berry Road. According to Pennsylvania State Police, a 2005 Chevrolet Malibu was driving east on...
At least 2,214 people impacted by The Hershey Company data breach
The candy maker says there is no reason to think the stolen data has been misused but Hershey is offering affected individuals two years of credit monitoring.
Lebanon County property transfers: See local home sale prices
The following real estate transfers were recorded recently in Lebanon County:. Hari Om Enterprises Inc. to Carlos Suarez, 360 N. Ninth St., $102,500.Amos Zook to Daniel Beiler, property on Union Street, $108,000.Amos Zook to Levi B. King, 722 Union St., $108,000.Dean Zehring, StarrWar Properties LLC, to New Street Property Inc., property on Bollman Street $100,000.Amy Kristovensky to Trinity Blizzard and Ryan Blizzard, 222 Walnut St., $175,000.Breanna Hoppes and Branden Dye, 414 Steitz St., $265,000.Kevin Smith to Ashley Uhler and Deeama Ebling, 820 N. Sixth St., $200,000.Dana Shay to Pastor Nehemias Gonzalez, 21 Tiffany Lane, $155,000.Legacy Cash Offer LLC to Odani Mercedes, 445 N. Sixth St,. $143,000.George Sr. and Linda Miller to Brandi Deaver and Cody Layne-Douglas Young, 24 E. Maple St., $172,000.Juan and Isabel Olan to Elizabeth De Nova, 523 N. Third St., $140,000.Robert Serafin Jr. to Cody Foster, 1115 Forest St., $185,000.
Hershey Tanger Outlets announces grand opening of ‘hot’ new retailer
HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) — The Hershey Tanger Outlets recently confirmed the grand opening date of the new Hot Topic. abc27 news reported back in November when the Hershey Tanger Outlets shared on their website that they would soon be adding a new Hot Topic to their store line up.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in york, PA
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near york.
Two Pennsylvania towns among "Most Christmassy" in America
>Two Pennsylvania towns among "Most Christmassy" in America. (Harrisburg, PA) -- Two Pennsylvania towns are among the 'Most Christmassy' in America. Mixbook, a photo book brand, ranks Bethlehem and Hershey in their top 75 'Most Christmassy Towns' list. It was compiled with by a survey of three-thousand people. Bethlehem landed in the eighth spot and Hershey is listed as 19th on the list. Bethlehem's "Live Advent Calendar," the only one of its kind in the country, was a big draw for respondents. Pigeon Forge, Tennessee was ranked number one as being the most Christmassy town.
Why Camp Hill is One of the Best Places to Live in Pennsylvania
Camp Hill is a neighborhood located in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. With a population of 8,115, it is considered one of the best places to live in the state. The neighborhood offers a sparse suburban feel, with residents predominantly owning their homes. Camp Hill is known for its abundance of coffee shops and parks, making it an attractive place for both young professionals and retirees. The public schools in Camp Hill are highly rated, adding to its appeal as a desirable place to live.
State Police: Child walked away from house after argument, now missing
DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police are searching for a missing child in Dauphin County. Troopers say the child walked away from a home on Edgewater Drive in Royalton Borough around 6:39 p.m. on Dec. 4 after an argument. The missing child was last seen wearing a black...
Palmyra Police announce efforts to continue search for Kortne Stouffer: $100,000 reward by family
The Palmyra Borough Police Department, along with the Lebanon County Detective Bureau in Pennsylvania outside Hershey, has made an announcement as of August 10th, 2023 they are continuing their efforts to search for Kortne Ciera Stouffer. The cold case is now in its eleventh year, where a $5,000 reward is being offered.
Holidays Around The World & The World Cafe at the Elizabethtown Library
Celebrate the holidays around the world at the Elizabethtown Library! They brought a display of books to help readers learn about different holidays and traditions. Plus swing by the library to enjoy an interactive train display and Stories with Santa.
Homeless Advocates Speak Out Against City Tactics At Riverfront Park
Homeless Advocates Speak Out Against City Tactics At Riverfront Park. (Harrisburg, PA) -- Residents and homeless advocates are criticizing city officials who are removing people living at Harrisburg's Riverfront Park. They spoke out at Tuesday night's city council meeting saying the sweeps are cruel and dehumanizing because city leaders aren't providing alternatives. Harrisburg Mayor Wanda Williams says the city is working with the Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness to help people there, but also contended that the homeless campers "have to want to work with us, too." Advocates are demanding that the city install portable toilets at the park and also want it to be maintained by city cleaners.
Light snow falling in some parts of south-central Pa.
Many parts of the Susquehanna Valley are seeing a light snow move through this morning. "A clipper system brought the potential for spotty rain/snow showers last evening into the overnight and that chance holds this morning," WGAL Meteorologist T.J. Springer said. "The trailing upper wave swings through early today and brings the threat for a few flurries and sprinkles. We should see these fade away as we approach lunchtime."