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Past articles by Andrew:

Pennsylvania’s first lady tours substance abuse treatment center

HANOVER, YORK COUNTY, PA. -- Pennsylvania's first lady Frances Wolf toured a Family First Health facility in Hanover on Monday afternoon. This comes after Pennsylvania lawmakers have sharpened their focus on opioid abuse in recent months. The center was selected as one of the commonwealth's centers of excellence, aimed at treating individuals suffering from substance use disorder. → Read More

Fire breaks out at Lancaster County pizzeria

MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, PA. -- A fire broke out in the roof of the Rosa Rosa Pizzeria on Sunday evening. Crews spent several hours containing the fire at the restaurant on the Harrisburg Pike. Firefighters were first alerted of the fire shortly after 5 p.m. → Read More

Barn collapses due to strong winds in Adams County

MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, PA. -- Crews from United Hook and Ladder #33 responded to a barn collapse on Sunday where fire officials say strong winds caused it to collapse on the 2000 block of Hanover Road. Official say Martins Excavating assisted at the scene saving a calf and pig. No other information is available at this time. → Read More

Pantry helps feed hundreds of families in York County

YORK, PA. -- A local food pantry is helping feed hundreds of families this holiday season. The Catholic Harvest Food Pantry in York delivered more than 200 meals to area families on Sunday and more than 300 families picked up everything they needed for their Thanksgiving feast on Saturday. About 30 volunteers begin planning for the Thanksgiving meals in September. → Read More

Lebanon County teen dies in single vehicle accident

NORTH LEBANON TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY, PA. -- A Lebanon County teen is dead and three others injured after a single vehicle crash on Saturday night. North Lebanon Township Police say they responded around 11:15 p.m. for a report of a vehicle that crashed into a tree. When they arrived, the found that the vehicle lost control on the wet roadway and slid sideways into a tree. → Read More

RECALL ALERT: Sabra recalling several hummus products over listeria concerns.

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA. - Sabra Dipping Co., LLC is voluntarily recalling certain hummus products made prior to November 8, 2016 due to concerns over Listeria monocytogenes, which was identified at the manufacturing facility but not in the finished product. The recall includes products that were distributed to retail outlets, including food service accounts and supermarkets, in the U.S. and Canada. → Read More

Holiday parade travels through streets of Downtown Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, PA. -- 'Tis the season for the Harrisburg Holiday Parade! The annual tradition, winding through the streets of downtown Harrisburg on Saturday afternoon. Families enjoyed the sights as massive balloons, bands and floats made their way through the city. For some, the Harrisburg Holiday Parade is must every year. → Read More

Ministry provides food for hundreds of families in need this Thanksgiving

LEMOYNE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. -- Volunteers worked to give out food to about 250 families in need for Thanksgiving on Saturday in Lemoyne. The New Hope Ministries Center is just one of a few New Hope centers across our area. → Read More

‘Santa Fest’ held at Capitol City Mall

CAMP HILL, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. -- The holiday season was in full swing on Saturday at the Capitol City Mall near Harrisburg. Guests enjoyed photos with Mr. and Mrs. Claus. They also sang along with their favorite holiday songs and got their face painted like one of Santa's elves. It was all part of Santa Fest. → Read More

Local veterans get free trip to nation’s capital

MANCHESTER, YORK COUNTY, PA. -- Around 65 veterans took the streets on Saturday, headed to our nation's capital. The veterans traveled for free to the D.C. area where they visited a few of the war memorials and Arlington National Cemetery. The trips are coordinated through Northeastern High School. → Read More

Several guns and cash stolen from Lancaster County homes

BROWNSVILLE, LANCASTER COUNTY, PA. -- Police are investigating a string of burglaries after firearms and cash were stolen from homes and a small business. Officials say the incidents took place on Thurs., Nov. 17 and Sat., Nov. 19 in the areas of Groffdale Church Road and Brick Church Road. → Read More

Deal or Dud: Products put to the test to see if they really work

Five products put to the test, to see if they really work in a simple concept called "Deal or Dud." TOUCAN OPENER Whether you're opening a can of chili or a can of tuna ,the battery-operated Toucan opener promises to quickly open a can without the sharp edges left by traditional openers m... → Read More

TouCan opener put to the ‘Deal or Dud’ test

TOUCAN OPENER Whether you're opening a can of chili or a can of tuna ,the battery-operated Toucan opener promises to quickly open a can without the sharp edges left by traditional openers making it easy and safe. Just stick in the batteries, lay the device on your can and watch it open. The opener even features a magnet to keep it attached to whatever can you're trying to open. → Read More

Philips Air Fryer put to the ‘Deal or Dud’ test

PHILIPS AIR FRYER This product promises to give you the taste of fried food without all of the excess oil. This fryer claims to use about a tablespoon or less for many of your favorites such as fries or wings. The fryer, put to the test on an array of foods works as advertised making crispy wings without the fat. → Read More

Alpacas from more than 60 breeders come to York

WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, PA. -- Dozens of alpacas filled the UTZ Arena at the York Expo Center over the weekend. It's part of the Pennsylvania Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association Showcase. → Read More

Lancaster Science Factory hosts Star Wars event

LANCASTER, PA. -- An 'Extraordinary Give' event came to life through and "The science of Star Wars" on Sunday. Some 42 special costumed characters including R2D2, Kylo Ren and Boba Fett made an appearance. Kids also got their hand at controlling their inner force while competing in sensory warfare and glow in the dark sabers. → Read More

Final turkey dinner fundraiser of the year held in Cumberland County

LISBURN, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. -- A local fire company doubled as a dining hall on Sunday to raise money for the communities it serves. The Lisburn Community Fire Company held its final turkey dinner of the year. Dinners are held in order to raise money to support several municipalities including Lisburn, Lower and Upper Allen and Monaghan and Fairview Townships. → Read More

Thinoptics put to the ‘Deal or Dud’ test

THINOPTICS This product promises to come in handy when it becomes difficult to read the print in everything from books to restaurant menus. They're as thin as two credit cards and feature shatterproof lenses. They can also withstand drops and easily be stored in a wallet. And when put to the test, they passed with their impressive lens quality. → Read More

Person threatened with gun; car stolen from Hardee’s parking lot in Dauphin County

MIDDLETOWN, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PA. -- Officials say on Sunday evening, two people threatened to shoot a woman if she didn't allow them to steal her vehicle. Police say the incident happened around 6 p.m. at the Hardee's restaurant on Main Street. → Read More

Unity rally travels through streets of York

YORK, PA. -- About 40 people marched in Downtown York on Sunday afternoon to spread the message of unity. The marchers made their way up and down several streets through the downtown area. They said the main reason for the march was to demonstrate peace, but said it is also related to the results of last weeks presidential election where Donald Trump was voted as President-Elect. → Read More