Police have reported to WLRI that around 6:00 this morning a male pedestrian was killed as the result of being struck this morning out front of Turkey Hill Market. The area forced both roads to be closed for some time. No further details have been reported or confirmed at this time.
Andrea Sears HARRISBURG, Pa. - A package of public-lands bills that would preserve and strengthen the nation's most popular conservation program has broad, bipartisan support. The Land and Water Conservation Fund distributes money collected as royalties on offshore oil and gas leases and uses it to preserve natural areas, water resources and cultural heritage sites, and to provide … Continue reading Conservation Fund Moving Toward Permanent Reauthorization
Andrea Sears HARRISBURG, Pa. - A Pennsylvania judge who detained a Guatemalan immigrant on his wedding day now faces a federal lawsuit. Alex Parker, a lawful permanent resident, and his then-fiancee, a U.S. citizen, went to court in Cumberland County in 2017 to get married. But despite being presented with valid identification, District Judge Elizabeth Beckley ordered … Continue reading Judge Sued for Calling ICE to Detain Groom
Andrea Sears HARRISBURG, Pa. - Budget analysts say the spending plan proposed by Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday points the way to a future that most Pennsylvanians want.The governor's budget would increase the state minimum wage to $12 an hour, increase funding for basic education, special education and pre-K, and raise new revenue through corporate … Continue reading Governor’s Budget Proposal Draws Praise
Andrea Sears HARRISBURG, Pa. - Gov. Tom Wolf wants to raise the minimum teacher salary in the Keystone State for the first time in 30 years.The minimum salary for Pennsylvania teachers is set by state law and has been stuck at $18,500 a year since 1989.The Pennsylvania State Education Association represents about 180,000 active and retired educators … Continue reading Gov. Wolf Proposes Pay Boost for PA Teachers
By: Andrea Sears PHILADELPHIA - Standing with transgender and gender nonconforming students is the right thing to do. That's the message some education advocates want school administrators to hear. The Education Law Center has sent an open letter to the Eastern Lancaster County School District supporting its policy allowing students to use facilities that match their gender identity. … Continue reading School Administrators Urged to Support Transgender Students
At approximately 2:24 pm on January 17, 2019 (Thursday) the suspect in the video, a Black male, late 20's to early 30's, about 5'11 and 170 pounds, entered the Verizon Store in the Townsedge Shopping Center in Quarryville, PA. A distinguishing feature is that he had a tattoo near his left eye of a dollar sign … Continue reading Retail Store Robbed In Quarryville