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    Clouds return for Saturday, a bit warmer by Sunday

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    A northwesterly breeze and temperatures in the 30s keep chilly conditions around today...
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    Man arrested for firing guns in Swatara Township

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    A Dauphin County man was arrested after police said he fired several gunshots Friday afternoon in a Swatara Township neighborhood.
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    Brother, sister meet for first time during Thanksgiving holiday

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    Clarissa Martin is from Toronto, Canada and knew she had a brother from Harrisburg. More>>

    Fresh snow beats Black Friday at Roundtop opening

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    It's fresh white slopes vs. black Friday deals. In Lewisberry, there's no competition.

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    York County auctions off drug dealers' possessions

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    York County held its annual seized-vehicle auction on Black Friday.
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    • Best Places to Buy Electronics

      Best Places to Buy Electronics

      Wednesday, November 26 2014 5:44 PM EST2014-11-26 22:44:16 GMT
      From tablets to TVs to laptop computers, electronics are likely to be the hottest gifts this holiday season. Consumer Reports' recent survey covering more than 42,000 electronics purchases can steer you to the best places to buy.More >>
      From tablets to TVs to laptop computers, electronics are likely to be the hottest gifts this holiday season. Consumer Reports' recent survey covering more than 42,000 electronics purchases can steer you to the best places to buy.More >>
    • Real Deal on Outlet Stores

      Real Deal on Outlet Stores

      Wednesday, November 26 2014 5:31 PM EST2014-11-26 22:31:09 GMT
      We're spending more than ever at outlet malls. Sales are expected to top $42 billion this year, according to the trade publication Value Retail News.More >>
      We're spending more than ever at outlet malls. Sales are expected to top $42 billion this year, according to the trade publication Value Retail News.
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    • The Most and Least Reliable Cars

      The Most and Least Reliable Cars

      Wednesday, November 26 2014 5:29 PM EST2014-11-26 22:29:29 GMT
      Consumer Reports has just released this year's ratings of the most and least reliable new cars and carmakers. There are some big changes this year, with Infiniti dropping most dramatically in the ranks.More >>
      Consumer Reports has just released this year's ratings of the most and least reliable new cars and carmakers. There are some big changes this year, with Infiniti dropping most dramatically in the ranks.More >>
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    • Bovine Intervention Inspires Adams County Artist

      Bovine Intervention Inspires Adams County Artist

      Bovine Intervention Inspires Adams County Artist

      Tuesday, November 25 2014 9:15 AM EST2014-11-25 14:15:24 GMT
      Eileen Hiler first picked up a paint brush 25 years ago as therapy, while recovering from breast cancer. When she did she wisely followed the advice of an artist friend. "You'll find your style if you find your subject," her friend told her. In those early days, the beaches of Ocean City, Maryland were her subject, drawing a loyal following from beach visitors. "They say my stuff always makes them smile," said Hiler. But her love for painting was put on hold in 1999 when her mother Lena's ...More >>
      Eileen Hiler first picked up a paint brush 25 years ago as therapy, while recovering from breast cancer. When she did she wisely followed the advice of an artist friend. "You'll find your style if you find your subject," her friend told her. In those early days, the beaches of Ocean City, Maryland were her subject, drawing a loyal following from beach visitors. "They say my stuff always makes them smile," said Hiler. But her love for painting was put on hold in 1999 when her mother Lena's ...More >>
    • Project Share's Mission adds P.E.T. Project

      Project Share's Mission adds P.E.T. Project

      Project Share's Mission adds P.E.T. Project

      Friday, November 21 2014 1:46 PM EST2014-11-21 18:46:17 GMT
      Project Share is a name well known in the Midstate for decades for helping others. And now the Carlisle facility has taken on an international mission. A "pet" project, so to speak. P.E.T. which stands for personal energy transportation, a gift of mobility for some of the millions around the world unable to walk.Darrell Beam heads a team of ninety volunteers building the hand-powered vehicles from scratch. "This at least gets those in need to where they can be mobile," said Beam. "That's why ...More >>
      Project Share is a name well known in the Midstate for decades for helping others. And now the Carlisle facility has taken on an international mission. A "pet" project, so to speak. P.E.T. which stands for personal energy transportation, a gift of mobility for some of the millions around the world unable to walk.Darrell Beam heads a team of ninety volunteers building the hand-powered vehicles from scratch. "This at least gets those in need to where they can be mobile," said Beam. "That's why ...More >>
    • Pedaling Success at Dickinson College

      Pedaling Success at Dickinson College

      Pedaling Success at Dickinson College

      Wednesday, November 19 2014 9:27 AM EST2014-11-19 14:27:25 GMT
      It's the morning picker upper on the campus of Dickinson College. The Peddler. Top shelf coffee, brewed and served on a mobile cart. "We have a much more flavorful coffee than most people normally have in their houses," said Rebecca Shenton, co-manager of The Peddler. "It's lighter roasted and you don't taste the cooking process. You taste the beans."Stopping by for a cup of that fresh brew has become a morning ritual much appreciated by students, faculty and administration."It's the only way...More >>
      It's the morning picker upper on the campus of Dickinson College. The Peddler. Top shelf coffee, brewed and served on a mobile cart. "We have a much more flavorful coffee than most people normally have in their houses," said Rebecca Shenton, co-manager of The Peddler. "It's lighter roasted and you don't taste the cooking process. You taste the beans."Stopping by for a cup of that fresh brew has become a morning ritual much appreciated by students, faculty and administration."It's the only way...More >>
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