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    Police: Students assaulted officer at York school

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    Two students at William Penn High School in York were arrested Friday after the girls allegedly assaulted a school police officer.
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    Ambush suspect Eric Frein in court after capture Video included

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    A crowd cheered as 31-year-old Eric Frein was led into the Pike County Courthouse for his arraignment Friday morning.
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    Police, school team up to provide security Video included

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    When Lower Allen Township and Cedar Cliff High School realized their combined resources weren't enough to hire a school resource officer, they didn't get discouraged - they got creative. More>>

    Pa. governor's race attracts big names Video included

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    The election is Tuesday and Governor Tom Corbett has been getting help from some big names in the GOP.
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    Trick-Or-Treat looks cool and dry

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    Temperatures hold steady this evening before a noticeable temperature drop this weekend...
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    • Scoring Frequent-Flyer Miles

      Scoring Frequent-Flyer Miles

      Friday, October 31 2014 5:22 PM EDT2014-10-31 21:22:02 GMT
      Who doesn't want to fly for free? But can you really get where you want to go using your frequent-flyer miles? More >>
      Who doesn't want to fly for free? But can you really get where you want to go using your frequent-flyer miles? 
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    • The American Shopper is Back

      The American Shopper is Back

      Wednesday, October 29 2014 5:48 PM EDT2014-10-29 21:48:22 GMT
      Since the economic downturn, we became a nation of savers, too traumatized by the economy to buy anything but the bare necessities. However, Americans are starting to spend again.More >>
      Since the economic downturn, we became a nation of savers, too traumatized by the economy to buy anything but the bare necessities. However, Americans are starting to spend again.
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    • Best and Worst Air Purifiers

      Best and Worst Air Purifiers

      Tuesday, October 28 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-10-28 14:46:21 GMT
      Air cleaners make claims like "capture 99 percent of allergens and irritants," "remove allergens like dust, pet dander and pollen," "healthier, fresher air." Consumer Reports tested 26 portable air cleaners to see how well they work.More >>
      Air cleaners make claims like "capture 99 percent of allergens and irritants," "remove allergens like dust, pet dander and pollen," "healthier, fresher air." Consumer Reports tested 26 portable air cleaners to see how well they work.
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    • Camp Hill Teenager's Video Honors WWII Veterans

      Camp Hill Teenager's Video Honors WWII Veterans

      Camp Hill Teenager's Video Honors WWII Veterans

      Friday, October 31 2014 10:11 AM EDT2014-10-31 14:11:57 GMT
      17-year-old Ben Roberts had no idea his video project would become as big as it did. "My initial idea was to get together with some of my friends in scouts and kind of just put together a little back yard thing," said the Camp Hill documentary maker. Two years later, that "little back yard thing" had evolved into a fully-produced World War Two era video. A tribute to Roberts' great-grandfather Edward Roberts. "To me, he (Edward Roberts) just kind of represents the 'every man,' " said Roberts....More >>
      17-year-old Ben Roberts had no idea his video project would become as big as it did. "My initial idea was to get together with some of my friends in scouts and kind of just put together a little back yard thing," said the Camp Hill documentary maker. Two years later, that "little back yard thing" had evolved into a fully-produced World War Two era video. A tribute to Roberts' great-grandfather Edward Roberts. "To me, he (Edward Roberts) just kind of represents the 'every man,' " said Roberts....More >>
    • Facebook Helps Launch Growing Dillsburg Community Tradition

      Facebook Helps Launch Growing Dillsburg Community Tradition

      Facebook Helps Launch Growing Dillsburg Community Tradition

      Tuesday, October 28 2014 11:22 AM EDT2014-10-28 15:22:02 GMT
      They came in numbers no one expected, to catch up with old friends, reconnect with high school classmates and to hear old familiar songs played by fellow Northern High School alumni. It's an annual gathering that has become an unofficial multi-generational reunion of those who grew up in the Dillsburg community, held at Noonan's Tavern at the Range End Golf Course just outside of town. The fast-growing new tradition is held during the hugely popular Farmers Fair weekend, an idea spawned from...More >>
      They came in numbers no one expected, to catch up with old friends, reconnect with high school classmates and to hear old familiar songs played by fellow Northern High School alumni. It's an annual gathering that has become an unofficial multi-generational reunion of those who grew up in the Dillsburg community, held at Noonan's Tavern at the Range End Golf Course just outside of town. The fast-growing new tradition is held during the hugely popular Farmers Fair weekend, an idea spawned from...More >>
    • Rejoicing Spirits in Cumberland County

      Rejoicing Spirits in Cumberland County

      Rejoicing Spirits in Cumberland County

      Monday, October 27 2014 4:28 PM EDT2014-10-27 20:28:49 GMT
      The turnout for this Sunday afternoon service at St. Stephen Lutheran Church in New Kingstown was light. But that didn't matter to those in attendance, especially the Sweeney family. For Mark and Kathy Sweeney, it was a welcome opportunity to celebrate their faith with their five adopted special needs children. "We want people to know that everyone that comes is part of the service," said Pastor Caitlin Glass, "And that they have something to offer in worship as well." "At these specially ada...More >>
      The turnout for this Sunday afternoon service at St. Stephen Lutheran Church in New Kingstown was light. But that didn't matter to those in attendance, especially the Sweeney family. For Mark and Kathy Sweeney, it was a welcome opportunity to celebrate their faith with their five adopted special needs children. "We want people to know that everyone that comes is part of the service," said Pastor Caitlin Glass, "And that they have something to offer in worship as well." "At these specially ada...More >>
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