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Mark joined abc27 in October 2011 as a reporter.

He grew up in central Pennsylvania and graduated from Susquehanna Township High School. He attended The University of Pittsburgh where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science.

Mark looks forward to meeting people when he's out in the field. When Mark isn't working at abc27, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He also enjoys playing basketball and golf.

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  • Speed limit increased early on a portion of the Pa. Turnpike

    Speed limit increased early on a portion of the Pa. Turnpike

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:02 PM EDT2014-07-23 01:02:09 GMT
    Motorists can now travel 70 mph in a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. This is the first conversion to 70 mph in Pennsylvania.More >>
    Motorists can now travel 70 mph in a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. This is the first conversion to 70 mph in Pennsylvania.More >>
  • Swatara Township pool offers swim lessons

    Swatara Township pool offers swim lessons

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:00 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:00:43 GMT
    Children from the Christ Cornerstone Academy in Steelton took part in swim tests at the Rainbow Hills Swim Club in Swatara Township on Tuesday morning to make sure they can swim in deep water.More >>
    Children from the Christ Cornerstone Academy in Steelton took part in swim tests at the Rainbow Hills Swim Club in Swatara Township on Tuesday morning to make sure they can swim in deep water.More >>
  • Susquehanna Township EMS launches campaign to raise money

    Susquehanna Township EMS launches campaign to raise money

    Monday, July 21 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-07-21 21:55:15 GMT
    Susquehanna Township Emergency Medical Services responds to more than 5,000 calls a year. That can be a major challenge, but this year they have accepted a new challenge from township commissioners.More >>
    Susquehanna Township Emergency Medical Services responds to more than 5,000 calls a year. That can be a major challenge, but this year they have accepted a new challenge from township commissioners.
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  • Fatal accident in Hellam Township, York County closes Route 30WB

    Fatal accident in Hellam Township, York County closes Route 30WB

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:38 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:38:45 GMT
    Route 30 westbound in York County is closed down as crews reconstruct the scene of a fatal accident at the Hellam exit. According to the coroner, two people were killed in a two vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon.It happened near the Hellam Township exit. Officials say two other people were injured. No other immediate details were available.More >>
    Route 30 westbound in York County is closed down as crews reconstruct the scene of a fatal accident at the Hellam exit. According to the coroner, two people were killed in a two vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon.It happened near the Hellam Township exit. Officials say two other people were injured. No other immediate details were available.More >>
  • Speed limit increased early on a portion of the Pa. Turnpike

    Speed limit increased early on a portion of the Pa. Turnpike

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:02 PM EDT2014-07-23 01:02:09 GMT
    Motorists can now travel 70 mph in a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. This is the first conversion to 70 mph in Pennsylvania.More >>
    Motorists can now travel 70 mph in a stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. This is the first conversion to 70 mph in Pennsylvania.More >>
  • Cumberland Co. children's home will foster immigrant children

    Cumberland Co. children's home will foster immigrant children

    Cumberland Co. children's home will foster immigrant children

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:26 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:26:17 GMT
    The United Methodist Home for Children in Lower Allen Township is now preparing to host a group of immigrant children currently held at the United States border with Mexico.More >>
    The United Methodist Home for Children in Lower Allen Township is now preparing to host a group of immigrant children currently held at the United States border with Mexico.More >>
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