2 injured in Harrisburg shootout: police
A man and a teenager were injured in a Sunday afternoon shootout between two groups of people in Harrisburg, police said. Gunfire was exchanged around 2:15 p.m. Sunday on the 1300 block of North 15th Street, according to police Capt. Terry Wealand. Wealand said a 20-year-old man and a 17-year-old...
Carlisle Auctions Has Several Great Cadillacs Crossing The Block At Their Spring Sale
The Cadillac nameplate is one that inspires visions of American luxury, and sometimes, great performance. It’s the brand that ushered in many creature comforts that could only be seen in high-end European cars, and did so in a price range that wasn’t absurd to most buyers. Are the upcoming Carlisle Auctions event, several amazing Cadillac examples will be available for grabs, and here are some highlights.
Almost 2 tons of beef chuck recalled over E. coli
Elkhorn Valley Packing is recalling 1.7 tons of ground beef after a sample from the Kansas-based meat packer tested positive for E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Friday. The notice said that more than 3,400 pounds of the boneless beef chuck was packaged on Feb. 16 and shipped to retail and wholesale locations, including hotels and restaurants, as well as distributors and federal establishments, in the following nine states:Connecticut Illinois Indiana MarylandMassachusetts Michigan New Jersey New York PennsylvaniaUSDA officials have urged consumers not to eat the recalled meat. "These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase," the USDA said in the statement. E. coli is a bacteria that may cause foodborne illnesses in children and adults. The recalled products tested positive for an E. coli strain called STEC O103, which may cause vomiting and diarrhea, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The USDA has made a list of the affected package serial numbers available on its website. No consumers have reported illnesses linked to the recalled meat, according to the agency.
Langhorne pretzel shop creates 'Last Supper' twist. It's an original Dough-Vinci masterpiece
The morning rush ebbs in Brian Kean's small soft pretzel shop in Middletown. "Still got a lot more to do, so excuse me if you see us multi-tasking while we talk to you," Kean said, as his brother and co-owner, Shaun, removes a rack of fragrant pretzels from the oven at the their store, the Philly Pretzel Factory on Lincoln Highway.
UPMC in Central Pa. will hold job fairs for each of its 7 hospitals
UPMC in Central Pa. will be holding in-person and virtual job fairs this week at or near all seven of its hospitals. Individuals can register online at tinyurl.com/FindYourFit-UPMC to select a date, time, location, area of focus and whether they’d like to meet virtually or in-person. Registration is not required but encouraged.
Diana Ross to perform in Hershey
HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) — Singer Diana Ross announced that she is going to be bringing her 2023 tour to the Hershey Theatre this summer. Ross will be bringing “The Music Legacy Tour 2023” to Hershey Theatre on Tuesday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will go on...
Answering the call to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps | LGBTQ+ Perspectives
My young nephew Antonio Martinez just enlisted with the Marines. If he keeps turning in his homework — always a struggle — he will report for basic training at the end of summer. Tony’s my unexpected blessing. He came to live with us in 2012 when his parents...
Pittsburgh Wrestling Classic, NHSCAs and PJWs recaps
Faith Christian continued its dominant run this season by claiming three titles and six other medals at the annual National High School Coaches Assocation tournament at the Virginia Beach Sports Center. Here is a recap: Freshmen Faith Christian’s Cael Weidemoyer won the 152-pound title. He was third at the PIAA Wrestling Championships in Class 2A. Teammate Adam Waters won at 170 pounds after ...
Diana Ross to perform in Hershey this summer
Hershey will be turned “Upside Down” one night this summer. That’s because the legendary Motown singer Diana Ross will bring her “Music Legacy Tour 2023″ to the Hershey Theatre, 15 E. Caracas Ave., Hershey, at 7:30 p.m. June 27. Tickets go on sale at 10...
Family business: Boccella sisters linked to Lansdale Catholic history; LC, Archbishop Wood enjoy the journey and reward of state titles
HERSHEY >> Having a Boccella sister on the roster has done wonders for Lansdale Catholic girls soccer and basketball the past five years. Saturday afternoon in Hershey, Olivia Boccella added another big shot to her growing resume and a little more history to the family name as the junior guard helped the Crusaders win their first PIAA basketball title about a month after she’d hit the game-winning shot for the program’s first PCL title. A few hours north on Route 322, Julia Boccella felt an immense amount of pride watching her sister replicate what she’d done for LC soccer as a key player on that program’s first-ever PCL champion as a junior in 2018 and first state champion as a senior.
Tröegs announces annual ‘Art of Tröegs’ contest
HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) — Tröegs Independent Brewing has announced the return of their annual Art of Tröegs contest. If you have a passion for graphic design, art, or are just a creative person in general, Tröegs needs your help in creating a piece of art inspired by the brewery.
Nurses neglected patient who died after falling twice at Dauphin County rehab: AG
Two nurses at a Dauphin County rehabilitation facility have been accused of neglecting a male patient who fell twice and died from unaddressed injuries, prosecutors said. Deanna Hamilton, 64, of Dauphin, and Margaret S. Nies, 71, of Hummelstown, were nurses at the Spring Creek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Harrisburg when a man in their care fell and was seriously hurt on Dec. 25, 2019, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office.
The Disco Biscuits Map Out June Leg Of Summer Tour 2023
The Disco Biscuits announced the first leg of their upcoming summer tour. The jamtronica quartet will play eight shows between June 7 and 17 to get their Summer Tour 2023 underway. Bisco launches the run with a concert at The Windjammer in Isle Of Palms, South Carolina on June 7....
Center of Traffic Safety and other local agencies teach seniors about distracted driving
YORK, Pa. — The Residence at Fitz Farm, a new senior living community in York, wants to teach seniors in the community about distracted driving. They invited the Center of Traffic Safety, Pennsylvania Yellow Dot, CarFit and the York County Sheriff’s Office on Monday to help demonstrate ways seniors and other members of the community can stay safe on the roads.
Climate Activists Protest Approval of “Willow Project”
HARRISBURG, Pa. (Erie News Now) — The Willow Project is the decades-long oil drilling venture in Alaska which was recently approved by the Biden administration. It’s been reported the area holds up to 600 million barrels of oil. The project is good news for those in favor of...
Local Hero Who Served in WW2, Korea and Vietnam Dies at Age 101
Col. Orville R. Hughes, a decorated Army officer who served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, and later was an analyst for Baltimore’s finance department, died of multiple organ failure March 16 at Stella Maris Hospice in Lutherville. The Monkton resident was 101. Orville Roy Hughes, son of...
Pennsylvania is ranked among most prepared states for health disasters, report shows
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WTAJ)– For disasters being prepared is key, especially in national health emergencies, but how well does Pennsylvania’s preparation stack up compared to other states? Trust for America’s Health’s 20th annual Ready or Not 2023: Protecting the Public’s Health from Diseases, Disasters, and Bioterrorism report has Pennsylvania among 18 other states in its “high tier” […]
Dauphin County nurses charged after resident’s death
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Two nurses have been charged after the death of a resident at Spring Creek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Dauphin County. According to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office, Deanna Hamilton and Margaret Susan Nies were charged after a male resident fell and was seriously injured at the facility in December 2019.
Hamilton Health breaks ground on Steelton facility, will be fourth satellite location
A new satellite location for Hamilton Health Center has begun construction, part of a larger, mixed-used project in Steelton. Area officials gathered on Friday at the site on N. Front Street in the center of the borough to ceremonially break ground on 20,000-square-foot healthcare facility. The new facility is part...
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