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    Tornado warning issued for parts of Cumberland, Perry counties

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    The National Weather Service in State College has issued a tornado warning for north central Cumberland County and southwestern Perry County until 4 p.m.
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    Convict held for court in plot to kidnap judge

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    A Harrisburg man serving prison time for the abduction of a Lancaster County family nine years ago is headed to trial for a plot to kidnap a district judge.
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    Suspect arrested in Manchester Township bank robbery

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    An arrest has been made in the robbery of a Manchester Township bank.
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    Police: Man damaged displays in theft attempt

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    Police are asking for help in tracking down a man suspected of damaging Walmart property during a theft attempt.
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    Myerstown man arrested for brick assault at Lebanon bar

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    A Myerstown man has been arrested for attacking another man with a brick outside a Lebanon bar.
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    Middletown man found guilty of molesting girl for 14 years

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    A Middletown man accused of molesting a girl for 14 years beginning when she was six years old has been convicted on 33 counts of child sexual abuse.
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    • Back-to-School Laptops

      Back-to-School Laptops

      Wednesday, August 20 2014 5:42 PM EDT2014-08-20 21:42:44 GMT
      Back-to-school shopping is the second biggest spending spree of the year, according to the National Retail Federation. And these days, students need a lot more than pencils and paper.More >>
      Back-to-school shopping is the second biggest spending spree of the year, according to the National Retail Federation. And these days, students need a lot more than pencils and paper.
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    • Appliances for Back to College

      Appliances for Back to College

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 11:11 AM EDT2014-08-19 15:11:25 GMT
      Heading back to college? Consumer Reports tests loads of appliances that can help stock your new digs.More >>
      Heading back to college? Consumer Reports tests loads of appliances that can help stock your new digs.
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    • Hot Car Danger

      Hot Car Danger

      Friday, August 15 2014 5:48 PM EDT2014-08-15 21:48:15 GMT
      Forty-four children died last year from heat stroke inside cars.More >>
      Forty-four children died last year from heat stroke inside cars.
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    • Perry County Church Given New Life

      Perry County Church Given New Life

      Perry County Church Given New Life

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 11:02 AM EDT2014-08-19 15:02:59 GMT
      A big reason why Darlene Barrick fought to save the Mahanoy Union Church from bulldozers lies in the small cemetery next to it."This is Ulysses Grant Baker. My grandfather Baker," said Barrick, pointing to one of several headstones in the church cemetery with direct family ties. "He helped build the church."At another stone she added, "This is my Uncle Albert who fought in World War One."Since closing in the early 1960's, the church suffered heavily from neglect and vandalism. But stepping in...More >>
      A big reason why Darlene Barrick fought to save the Mahanoy Union Church from bulldozers lies in the small cemetery next to it."This is Ulysses Grant Baker. My grandfather Baker," said Barrick, pointing to one of several headstones in the church cemetery with direct family ties. "He helped build the church."At another stone she added, "This is my Uncle Albert who fought in World War One."Since closing in the early 1960's, the church suffered heavily from neglect and vandalism. But stepping in...More >>
    • Chancel Makeover Marks Dillsburg Church Centennial

      Chancel Makeover Marks Dillsburg Church Centennial

      Chancel Makeover Marks Dillsburg Church Centennial

      Friday, August 15 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-08-15 13:17:26 GMT
      St. Paul's Lutheran Church is an easily recognized landmark of downtown Dillsburg, standing high on a hill, with large stain glass windows and an adjacent prayer garden.But it's inside the church where a remodeling project marks the celebration of the building's 100th anniversary.The most noticeable change is the altar area, now several feet wider, and easier to access.Pastor Lois Van Orden says the centennial seemed like the perfect time to modernize the chancel and choir area."The thing tha...More >>
      St. Paul's Lutheran Church is an easily recognized landmark of downtown Dillsburg, standing high on a hill, with large stain glass windows and an adjacent prayer garden.But it's inside the church where a remodeling project marks the celebration of the building's 100th anniversary.The most noticeable change is the altar area, now several feet wider, and easier to access.Pastor Lois Van Orden says the centennial seemed like the perfect time to modernize the chancel and choir area."The thing tha...More >>
    • Union County Museum Honors Buggy Makers

      Union County Museum Honors Buggy Makers

      Union County Museum Honors Buggy Makers

      Tuesday, August 12 2014 9:35 AM EDT2014-08-12 13:35:19 GMT
      The Buggy Museum in Mifflinburg is a tribute to a transportation industry that once thrived in the heart of Union county."They think they're coming to learn about one buggy maker," said museum executive director Bronwen Sanders, "when, in fact, we actually had 90 buggy makers in town."A visit there is a unique look at carriage making, housed in the refurbished buildings where William Heiss, his family and a handful of workers once turned out much in demand buggies, carriages and sleighs."Peop...More >>
      The Buggy Museum in Mifflinburg is a tribute to a transportation industry that once thrived in the heart of Union county."They think they're coming to learn about one buggy maker," said museum executive director Bronwen Sanders, "when, in fact, we actually had 90 buggy makers in town."A visit there is a unique look at carriage making, housed in the refurbished buildings where William Heiss, his family and a handful of workers once turned out much in demand buggies, carriages and sleighs."Peop...More >>
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