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Past articles by Aimee:

Repeat shoplifter punished with identifying sign in York County

YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — A repeat offender in York County must wear a sign of shame as part of his sentencing. Durrell Scales has found himself in front of a judge seven times for shoplifting. He has done probation and served time in prison. He received an ultimatum, go to prison, or wear a […] → Read More

Coffin in cemetery resurfaces after heavy rains in York County

LEBANON, Pa. (WHTM) –It all started after a grave was never properly covered after a burial Friday afternoon. A downpour washed away the dirt and the coffin resurfaced over the weekend. Angela Ramsay, who lives next to the Lebanon Cemetery, noticed the grave after the service ended. She said, “it sat until after the storm, […] → Read More

York City officer accused of mocking George Floyd placed on administrative leave

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — The York City police officer accused of mocking the death of George Floyd has been placed on unpaid administrative leave. Three women filed a formal complaint in June against officer Clayton Swartz, saying he re-enacted Floyd’s death. In statement provided by York City spokesperson read: “Following the procedures laid out by […] → Read More

York City officials thank residents for helping with an unusual request

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — When York City officials saw the amount of rain they were supposed to get from Tropical Storm Isaias on Tuesday, there was a bit of a panic. The shutdown during the pandemic meant that public work employees had about four months of cleanup work to do – in less than two […] → Read More

Money lost, but questions to be had: Should COVID-19 positive employees be required to provide proof of test?

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — It all started with the worst news a restaurant could get. A Collusion Tap Works employee in York reported that they tested positive for coronavirus. So the owners did what they were advised: made a public announcement, sanitized everything, threw out food supplies, and closed down. Chuck Barnes, co-owner of Collusion, […] → Read More

Gettysburg Hotel to serve as college dormitory

ADAMS COUNTY – The Gettysburg Hotel is one of the most historic place in Pennsylvania. It’s certainly seen a lot of people over the past two centuries, but the people moving in next week are far from the typical crowd. Aimee Lewis Reports. → Read More

Wrightsville to push ahead with Fourth of July celebration

YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — Fourth of July celebrations have been canceled in many Midstate communities but one York County borough is preparing for one its largest Independence Day gatherings it’s ever seen. “There’s going to be a lot of people, people that are happy they are allowed to be doing this,” said Jim Switzenberg, […] → Read More

York Report: Penn Market, opioid-related deaths

YORK. Pa, (WHTM) — In this week’s York Report, Aimee Lewis is at Penn Market in downtown York. It’s located on the corner of Market St and Penn Street. The market is open on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday 6:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Penn Market has a variety of fresh fruits, produce, meats and cheeses […] → Read More

York distillery trades vodka for sanitizer

YORK (WHTM) – Manufacturers statewide are adapting and looking to made changes to fill a need during the pandemic. The Department of Community and Economic Development said over 800 companies and manufactures asked for help, getting its new products from the assembly line to those that need it most. Holla Vodka, A York County distillery, […] → Read More

Stimulus checks coming soon: Calculate how much you should receive

HARRISBURG, Pa, (WHTM) — Where is your stimulus check? How much will you receive? The federal government says it expects to begin making payments to millions of Americans under the new stimulus law by next week. A document from the House Ways and Means Committee says the IRS will make about 60 million payments to Americans […] → Read More

Freshly cooked meals delivered to your car in York County

YORK, Pa, (WHTM) — The Wyndham Garden York in partnership with Apple Automotive Group, Utz and Hanover Foods is offering $5.00 meals freshly prepared by their Chef. The meal giveaway is open to anyone in York County. Organizers say it’s their way of helping support the community that has always supported them The fresh […] → Read More

Elizabethtown College student tests positive for COVID-19

ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) — Elizabethtown College says one of its students tested positive for COVID-19. The college says the student traveled overseas during spring break and has been in self-quarantine since March 12. The student did not experience any symptoms prior to self-isolating. Elizabethtown College says it received the test results Sunday and immediately started […] → Read More

First case of COVID-19 confirmed in Dauphin County

HARRISBURG Pa, (WHTM) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health has confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Dauphin County on Sunday. Two more cases have been reported from Lancaster County. Both Lebanon and Adams County confirmed one new case on Sunday. County-specific information and a statewide map are available here In Sunday’s press briefing, The Pennsylvania […] → Read More

Dead bodies being tested for COVID-19 in York County

YORK (WHTM) — York County Coroner confirmed to ABC27 Friday they are currently testing corpses for coronavirus. The coroner said the practice is probably being enacted by coroners throughout the Midstate. The County Coroner has been doing screenings with families of those who have passed away. They ask a serious of questions to family members […] → Read More

Investigation reveals cause of York County rowhome fire

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — An investigation was conducted by numerous agencies to determine the cause of a fire that killed a man on March 5. As a result of the investigation, the fire was determined to have started in the first-floor front room. The cause of the fire was determined to be an unintentional fire […] → Read More

York flower shop to close after 43 years

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – Valentine’s Day could be your last chance to buy your loved one something special at Stagemyers Flower Shop in York. Owners Dan and Karen Hinson put the building up for sale last year. After 43 years in business, the couple says it’s time to retire. “It’s going to tear me up […] → Read More

York County names new 911 director

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – As York County works to fix issues in its 911 center, it’s bringing in new leadership. The county announced Friday that Matthew Hobson will be the next director. Hobson formerly worked in Virginia, managing an emergency communications center there. His appointment comes after the former director stepped down last fall as […] → Read More

Tensions rise in York employment debate

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – York Mayor Michael Helfrich says he can’t fill important positions in the city because of the residency requirement. His solution is allowing city employees to live outside of York, but the council continues to delay a vote on getting rid of the requirement. “You have to be frustrated when something that […] → Read More

York County couple wins $1 million in lottery raffle

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – A York County couple held a top-prize winning ticket for the New Year’s Millionaire Raffle. Matt and Angie McKenzie were presented with a commemorative check at the Rutter’s store on Seven Valleys Road in York, where the winning ticket was sold. Matt McKenzie said he typically doesn’t gamble but does buy […] → Read More

York has new plan to target violent crime

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – There were 22 homicides in York County in 2019; 17 were in the city of York. Officials want to be very clear that the vast majority of homicides were targeted incidents. That’s the information they’re taking into 2020 to reduce overall gun violence. “It’s decades and decades of things that happened […] → Read More