Monday Dec 16
Police: 2 tried to cash in $500 in stolen change
Two Boiling Springs men were charged with thefts from vehicles after they tried to cash in some of the stolen property: more than $500 worth of coins.
East Pennsboro Township police seek info on fraud suspect
East Pennsboro Twp. police are looking for a man accused of using a Washington woman's credit card number to buy more than $200 worth of cigarettes at the Enola Giant store on Nov. 10, police said.
Sharing Harvest running, but not in Warren Co.
Through the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program, sportsmen can donate all or part of their deer to a participating processor who will, after processing, donate the venison to Pennsylvania food banks, soup kitchens and pantries.
"Holiday Happenings" in the midstate: kids events
Examples of sweet items that can be made by kids at a "Little Elves Workshop" at The Hershey Story through Jan. 1. 11 a.m. Dec. 5 and 13 at East Pennsboro Branch Library, on the second floor of the East Pennsboro Twp.
"Holiday Happenings" in the midstate: dance performances
Dancers from Preparatory 1 through their Fifth Year perform this timeless classic with professional guest artists with accompaniment by the Pennsylvania Regional Ballet Orchestra.
Enola man faces up to 50 years in the sexual abuse of two children
An Enola man faces up to 50 years in state prison after pleading guilty in Cumberland County court Monday to sexual abuse charges involving two young girls.
Hunters Encouraged to Donate Venison to Help Feed Hungry
Hunters can help feed the more than 1.5 million Pennsylvanians who are at risk for hunger by donating deer meat through Hunters Sharing the Harvest.
Remembering David Long: retired from state Department of Corrections
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam War, serving on the USS Enterprise. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Enola, the American Legion of Enola and a former member of the Mechanicsburg Club.