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Past articles by Kate:

Hometown Hero: Columbia High School students promote safer driving

Thursday's Hometown Heroes are rewarded for promoting safer driving. → Read More

I-81 North closed in Lebanon County due to vehicle fire

On Wednesday afternoon, PennDOT reported an incident along I-81 North at Exit 90. → Read More

Hometown Hero: Student-designed Vision Zero billboard in Lancaster

Monday’s Hometown Heroes want Pennsylvanians to take notice of pedestrian safety. → Read More

Swatara Township Police announces latest effort to combat illegal dirt bikers

On Monday, Swatara Township Police Department announced their latest effort against illegal dirt bikes. → Read More

Derry Township Police charge two teens in Fawn Lane arson case

Derry Township Police have filed charges against two teens in a case of arson on the night of Sunday, April 18. → Read More

State Elections official addresses mistakes on May primary mail-in ballots

State Elections Director Jerry Feaser says some people are failing to sign, date and seal their envelopes properly. → Read More

Hometown Hero: Harrisburg’s YWCA hosts Suits to Careers, Tied to Success sale

Pennsylvanians can be a hometown hero just by doing a little shopping. → Read More

Carlisle Pediatric Associates among latest Midstate locations offering COVID vaccines

Carlisle Pediatric Associates is offering the Moderna COVID vaccine to adults 18-years-old and up. → Read More

Lancaster Barnstormers hiring for stadium hospitality

Some people only dream about working in baseball stadium — others are trying to make it a reality in Lancaster. → Read More

Pennsylvania sees rise in bobcat population

Pennsylvania's bobcat population is on the rise. According to the journal of fish and wildlife management says there are 20,000 of them throughout the commonwealth. The state game commission believes that there could be even more. → Read More

Hometown Hero: Andrew’s Gift, non-profit providing services for children with autism

Midstaters can be a Hometown Hero by making a donation during Autism Awareness Month. → Read More

Milton Hershey students contribute to Hershey’s Restaurant Week

Students at Milton Hershey School are playing a unique role in this week's Hershey Restaurant Week Students are growing hydroponic produce as part of a program that started in 2018. Fruits and vegetables are grown in water inside an indoor shelter rather than being planted in the soil outside. → Read More

YWCA Carlisle, Hope Station to host 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge

YWCA Carlisle and Hope Station are teaming up to present the 21-day Racial Equity Challenge. → Read More

York College of Pa. makes progress with “Knowledge Park” plan

A plan a long time in the making is slowly coming together at York College of Pennsylvania. → Read More

Hometown Hero: Salvation Army of Harrisburg seeking volunteers

Monday's Hometown Hero is the Salvation Army, which needs some help. → Read More

Hometown Hero: Cumberland Co. Conservation District tree seedling sale

Friday's Hometown Heroes are setting down new roots for a better environment. → Read More

Feed a Local Family campaign raises enough money to feed 90k Midstate families

On Thursday, the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank announced abc27 and Midstate viewers helped raise enough money to feed hundreds of families in the commonwealth. → Read More

Annual Spring Carlisle event begins, runs until Sunday

One of the first large outdoor events of the year in the Midstate is happening right now at Carlisle Fairgrounds. → Read More

Hometown Hero: F&M Trust donates $20k to Central Pa. Food Bank

Thursday's Hometown Heroes made an investment to end hunger in Pennsylvania. → Read More

State Senator shares concern about York’s Mount Rose highway project

Long-simmering anger about a York County highway project has boiled over at the state Capitol. → Read More