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Hershey (Dauphin, Pennsylvania)

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  • School Bus Crashes Into Dauphin County Business

    School Bus Crashes Into Dauphin County Business
    Police are looking for the cause of a school bus crash that injured one woman. Police said the bus driver swerved off Route 230 south of Highspire, crossed two parking lots, and struck an unoccupied parked truck. They say the driver, 42-year-old...
  • Man Recovering After Shooting in Harrisburg

    Man Recovering After Shooting in Harrisburg
    Harrisburg police are investigating a shooting last night. The shooting happened on the 1800 block of Chestnut Street in Harrisburg around 9:30pm. Police received a report that shots were fired and a car had crashed onto a sidewalk. The owner...
  • Harrisburg Woman Arrested After Attacking Husband With Scissors

    Harrisburg Woman Arrested After Attacking Husband With Scissors
    A Harrisburg City woman is in custody today after attacked her husband with a pair of scissors early this morning. Police were called to the 1400 block of Liberty Street around 4:00am for a report that a man had been stabbed. When police arrived the 41-...
  • Hershey Bears Keith Aucoin Named AHL All-Star .. Again

    Hershey Bears Keith Aucoin Named AHL All-Star .. Again
    Hershey Bears Center Keith Aucoin is once again named as an AHL All-Star. After his MVP season of 2009-10, Aucoin is selected for the 2nd Team. Here is the complete release from the Hershey Bears: HERSHEY – The 2010 Calder Cup Champion HERSHEY BEARS...
  • Riders Bike for Officers Lost in Line of Duty

    Riders Bike for Officers Lost in Line of Duty
    Riders from across the Mid-Atlantic converged on Central Pennsylvania for a somber tribute Saturday in Hershey. These men and women are here to remember their fallen comrades who were killed in law enforcement. Dean Hooper helps organize "Ride for the...
  • Paying It Forward In Hershey

    Paying It Forward In Hershey
    You can count on the average teen to spend their time at school, playing sports, shopping or going to the movies. But neighbors Debbie and her 21-year-old daughter Christina Bayurn know that may not be the case for 14-year-old Madison Lewis. "Growing...
  • New Alzheimer's Test Shows Promise for Early Diagnosis

    New Alzheimer's Test Shows Promise for Early Diagnosis
    A new test that may be able to spot Alzheimer's disease earlier was under review by an FDA advisory committee Thursday. The new Avid scan looks for amyloid plaques in the brain. These plaques are what doctors use to definitively identify Alzheimer's...
  • LeRoy Zimmerman to Drop Off Hershey Co. Board

    LeRoy Zimmerman to Drop Off Hershey Co. Board
    LeRoy S. Zimmerman, a board member of Dauphin County-based The Hershey Co., will not seek re-election, according to the company. Hershey filed the announcement Feb. 3 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, but has not yet made a formal...
  • New Milton Hershey School Board Members Named

    New Milton Hershey School Board Members Named
    LeRoy S. Zimmerman, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hershey Trust Company and Board of Managers of Milton Hershey School®, has announced the election of two distinguished Milton Hershey School alumni to serve on the boards. Lieutenant General...
  • One Person Killed In Crash Involving Tractor Trailer

    One Person Killed In Crash Involving Tractor Trailer
    A crash in Dauphin County Thursday night killed one and sent one person to the hospital. Around 5:30pm Gilbert Johnson, 73, was driving west on Route 25 near Joss Lane in Lykens Township, when he he crossed into the eastbound lane and hit a tractor...
  • Township leaders gather to find ways to save during tough economy

    Township leaders gather to find ways to save during tough economy
    Township leaders from across Pennsylvania are coming together to explore ways to save taxpayer money and run their communities more efficiently, at a time when budget cuts have been the focal point for many of them. More than 3,000 township officials are...
  • Three Horses Spill at Penn National Race Course

    Three Horses Spill at Penn National Race Course
    A three horse spill Tuesday night at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course. It happened in the stretch run of the $22,000 5th race when owner trainer Jim Tracy's "Ryan's Gold" broke down. The horse was mounting a late rally in the five furlong...