TOP HEADLINES 7/20


>>Jimmy Buffet's Musical Coming To Hershey Theatre

(Hershey, PA) -- Jimmy Buffet's new musical will be coming to Hershey this fall. Escape to Margarita will be performed at the Hershey Theatre on October 5th and 6th. The new musical will feature original songs as well as Buffet classics like Fins, Volcano and Cheeseburger in Paradise. Tickets can be purchased on line at ticketmaster.com or hersheyentertainment.com.

>>York Halloween Parade To Return This Fall

(York, PA) -- A popular parade to celebrate Halloween in York City is making a comeback after it was forced to cancel last year due to the ongoing pandemic. The 71st Halloween Parade will be held on October 24th. Officials say the parade will begin at the York Expo Center and follow the traditional route down Market Street before ending at Broad Street. More details will be released later this summer.

>>One Person Critically Injured After Being Pinned By Vehicle In Harrisburg

(Harrisburg, PA) -- One person is recovering at a trauma center in critical condition after they were pinned by a vehicle in Harrisburg. The incident happened Sunday night near the area of Evergreen and Thompson streets. It took firefighters and LifeTeam E-M-S crews about 15 minutes to lift the vehicle high enough to free the victim.

>>York State Fair Begins This Week

(York, PA) -- Families in the Midstate are going to be able to enjoy the York State Fair again this year. The fair officially kicks off this Friday with PeoplesBank Dollar Day, which admission will cost everyone just one-dollar. There are other promotional days planned for this year's schedule that you can find online by going to yorkfair.org.

>>Pedestrian Critically Hurt In Harrisburg Wreck

(Harrisburg, PA) -- A pedestrian is in critical condition after being struck and pinned under a vehicle in Harrisburg over the weekend. It happened Sunday night near Evergreen and Thompson streets. It took crews about 15 minutes to have the vehicle lifted off of the person. It’s unclear what led to the accident.

>>Arbitrator Says York Officer Accused Of Mocking George Floyd Can Return To Work

(York, PA) -- The York police officer who allegedly mocked the death of George Floyd last year is being cleared to return to work by an arbitrator. Mayor Michael Helfrich said Monday the arbitrator decided Officer Clayton Swartz can go back on the job after a law enforcement trial board cleared him of wrongdoing. A court is yet to decide as to whether it will accept the arbitrator’s decision.

>>Manheim Township Police Looking For Peeping Tom

(Butler Twp., PA) -- A P-A Game Commission employee is recovering after being struck by an A-T-V on state game lands in Schuylkill County. It happened yesterday morning at State Game Lands 326 near Malones and Beaver Dam roads in Butler Township. The juvenile operating the A-T-V fled the scene but was eventually found and charged. It’s believed the operator made no attempt the avoid the employee.

>>Lancaster, York Y-M-C-As to Merge

(Lancaster, PA) -- The Lancaster and York Y-M-C-A are set to merge. After the boards from both organizations approved the merger, the two will eventually become Y-M-C-A of the Roses. It’s believed the change will be in effect by this December.

>>Sens Start Two-Week Road Trip In Portland Tonight

(Portland, ME) -- The Harrisburg Senators start a 12-game road trip this evening in Portland. The Sens will face the Sea Dogs six times between tonight and Sunday before traveling to Altoona next week. Harrisburg will be back at F-N-B Field on City Island Tuesday August 3rd.


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