>Middletown Middle School Goes Fully Remote After Second Positive COVID-19 Test
(Middletown, PA) -- Classes at Middletown Middle School are fully remote through the end of the week after another positive COVID-19 case within the district. Administrators made the move last Friday, saying two students at the school tested positive within the past two weeks. All junior high sports are cancelled through this Friday as well.
>>Bear Spotted In North Middleton Township
(North Middleton Twp., PA) -- Residents in North Middleton Township are keeping their eye out for a bear that has been spotted in the area recently. The bear was reportedly seen numerous times near Faith Circle and Spring Road. Officials say bears aren’t typically relocated unless there are extenuating circumstances.
>>Free COVID-19 Testing Continues In Lebanon County
(Colebrook, PA) -- Free COVID-19 testing continues this week at the Lebanon County Fire Training Center. Organizers say over 160 people took advantage of the drive-up testing on its first day. The testing continues through Wednesday at the site on the 800 block of Metro Drive in Colebrook.
>>York County Bridge Dedicated To Remember Fallen York County Marine Corporal
(York, PA) -- The Iron Stone Hill Road bridge will now honor a York County Marine Corporal who made the ultimate sacrifice. Saturday, the bridge over Inners Creek near Lake Redman was named the Corporal Michael Cohen Memorial Bridge. The 2000 Dallastown graduate was killed in action in Fallujah in November 2004.
>>Harrisburg Reschedules State College Game At The Last Minute
(Harrisburg, PA) -- In an attempt to play enough games to qualify for the playoffs, the Harrisburg Cougars worked out a last-ditch makeup game with State College. The Cougars will travel to Centre County to meet the Little Lions this afternoon. A win would let give Harrisburg the number one over all seed heading into the District three Class Six-A playoffs.
>>Sportsbook To Refund Some Penn State Betting Action After Controversial Loss
(State College, PA) -- In the fallout of Penn State’s controversial loss to Indiana Saturday, a sportsbook is refunding some of the betting action on the game. ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports that DraftKings will refund all money-line bets on Penn State as site credit after video proof that seems to prove the Hoosiers QB didn’t actually convert the game winning two-point conversion in overtime. The Nittany Lions are hosting third-ranked Ohio State Saturday.
>>President Trump Visiting Lancaster County
(Lancaster, PA) -- President Trump is set to campaign in Lancaster County. Trump is holding a Make American Great Again rally this afternoon in Lititz at the Lancaster Airport. Those wanting to attend must register for tickets.
>>Candlelight Vigil Held For Berks COVID-19 Victim
(Reading, PA) -- People are warning of a Berks woman who died from COVID-19. About 20 people gathered this weekend on North Street in Reading for a candlelight vigil to remember Carmen Wilson. Wilson died from the virus October 15th. Her family is asking others to be safe, wear masks and socially distance.
>>Koziar's Christmas Village Preparing To Open
(Jefferson Township, PA) -- Koziar's Christmas Village is preparing to open even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages. The village entrance has been protected by plexiglass, and arrows will guide visitors through a socially distanced path. Officials at Koziars are hoping the Christmas spirit still shines through to visitors. Opening Day will be November 7th.
>>Mohrsville Mother Helping Those Who Have Lost Infants
(Mohrsville, PA) -- A Mohrsville mother is working to help families who have lost infants at birth. Audra Smallwood lost her own daughter MiKaylee and is sharing her story during Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Through her nonprofit MiKaylee's Hope, she is raising money to donate cuddle cots to area hospitals. The cots help families have more time to say goodbye to the baby they lost.
>>75-Year-Old Cold Case Arrest In Lehigh County
(Lehigh, PA) -- A 75-year-old Lehigh County man is in police custody in connection to a homicide cold case in California. State police say John J. Sipos was arrested on a homicide warrant out of San Diego County on Saturday. No details were provided on the exact cold case he's being connected to, but his bail has been set at three-million-dollars.
>>Veterans Walking Across Pennsylvania
(Jackson Township, PA) -- Two veterans are walking across Pennsylvania for the next few days to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Sergeants Joe Webb and Cody McCormick say they're walking about 170 miles in honor of those who have served and sacrificed. Their journey is expected to last around five days as they travel on foot from Monroe County to State College, and they already completed at least 30 miles yesterday. The two veterans have raised about six-thousand dollars so far, and they will continue to accept sponsorships until Veteran's Day.