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Raw eggs and meats stored above ready-to-eat foods; and more: Hershey-area restaurant inspections, Oct. 22-Nov. 4

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture oversees restaurant inspections in the state. Inspection reports are "snapshots" of the day and time the inspections took place. In many cases, violations are corrected on site prior to the inspector leaving. The following restaurants and other establishme

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-25 11:00:00

Former One Direction singer Harry Styles will perform at Hersheypark Stadium in June 2018

PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 25 : the singer Harry Styles on stage during his concert at the Olympia Hall in Paris on October 25, 2017. ( photo by Helene Pambrun/Paris Match via Getty Images) PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 25 : the singer Harry Styles on stage during his concert at the Olympia Hall in Paris on

FOX43.COM - 2017-11-24 15:39:15

Harry Styles to perform at Hersheypark Stadium this summer

The former One Direction singer will bring his tour to Hersheypark Stadium on June 14, according to a news release. Kacey Musgraves will open the show. Styles released his first solo self-titled album in May, featuring the hit single "Sign of the Times." Tickets to the show range from $34.60 to $104

DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 13:29:51

Hershey Fire Department serves hot Thanksgiving meals

HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) - The Hershey Volunteer Fire Department served up a turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. About 150 people showed up to the station's first free holiday meal on Thursday. Hershey Fire Department Public Information Officer David Sassaman said more than 17 businesses donated food, along

ABC27.COM - 2017-11-23 22:31:52

She's in charge of the butterflies love at Hershey Gardens' conservatory

The plants inside Hershey Gardens' butterfly atrium need to thrive in tropical conditions and attract butterflies. In another wing of the conservatory, a 14-foot-tall holiday tree will be formed from 182 poinsettia plants. Downstairs, a fernery grows, and don't forget the containers large enough to

LANCASTERONLINE - 2017-11-23 17:00:00

Hershey Fire hosts free community meal

The Hershey Volunteer Fire Department held their first free community Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. The menu, of course, featured many traditional items, like turkey and fixins. With the help of local businesses, family and friends, their first dinner was a success: around 150 people showed up The d

LOCAL21NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 23:21:44

Gunman's 18- to 36-year jail term for killing outside Harrisburg bar is justified, Pa. court finds

A Harrisburg man wasn't punished excessively when he was sentenced to 18 to 36 years in prison for a fatal shooting outside a city bar, a state Superior Court panel has found. And a Dauphin County jury was justified in rejecting Shane Barker's claim that he committed the killing in self-defense, the

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-24 12:38:33

Harrisburg shooting injures one person

Police say one person was injured in a shooting in Harrisburg. A supervisor with Dauphin County 911 said officers were dispatched at 1:30 p.m. Friday to North 21st and Herr streets for a report of shots fired. An officer at the scene said there is believed to be at least one victim. The officer also

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-24 20:27:34

King City, Greenfield police unite for major crimes

KING CITY - King City and Greenfield police departments are joining forces to investigate major crimes in both jurisdictions through a collaborative unit established by the cities to pool resources and solve these cases, with the intent of bringing offenders to justice more swiftly. King City Counci

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New major crime unit initiated in South Monterey County

KING CITY, Calif. - The King City and Greenfield Police Departments are cracking down on major crimes in south Monterey County. This week both police departments have agreed to share resources to keep their cities safe and put criminals behind bars. The major crime unit has four members right now, t

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Council votes to extend marijuana emergency ordinance

SOLEDAD -The City of Soledad is extending the regulations on cultivation, distribution and the use of non-medical marijuana for 12 more months. As of December 2016, Proposition 64 legalized recreational marijuana use for adults over 21 years old. The law also allowed for six marijuana plants to be g

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Businesses, residents unite for 'No Straw November'

SOUTH COUNTY - Gonzales Youth Council and the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce are teaming up during the month of November for "No Straw November." "The goal of this campaign is to reduce the number of straws that are unnecessarily used," said Youth Commissioner Fabiola Moreno. According to Moreno, the

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Baked Potato Luncheon brings community together

SOUTH COUNTY - Gonzales Community Church held its annual Baked Potato Luncheon on Nov. 16 and served many Gonzales residents. The luncheon is a fundraiser for the Community Church and has been occurring for at least 10 years. Serving the potatoes, salad, drink and dessert to luncheon goers was churc

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Father and son escape Columbus house fire

COLUMBUS, IN (WTHR) - A Columbus father and son were able to escape a early Saturday morning house fire after becoming separated while trying to get out of the house. Columbus firefighters were dispatched to the 300 block of Smith Street just after midnight. Firefighters and police arrived at the re

WTHR - 2017-11-25 10:34:42

Father, son escape Columbus house fire

(Photo Provided/Columbus Fire Department) COLUMBUS, Ind. (WISH) - A father and son are relocating after losing their home to a fire Saturday morning. It happened just after midnight in the 300 block of Smith Street when officials were called out to a residence fire. Upon arrival, authorities found

WISH-TV - 2017-11-25 11:07:13

Holiday discounts have people flocking to stores for bargains

Instead of waking up before dawn Friday morning to line up for early-bird specials, the Black Friday trend has shifted to Thanksgiving Day sales, late-night door busters and 24-hour online shopping. JCPenney was one of several retailers in Seymour that opened their doors Thursday. Others included Go

TRIBTOWN.COM - 2017-11-25 07:20:43

O, Christmas tree!

A 35-foot-tall spruce tree from the northeast Columbus property of Jim and Jayne Frakes was donated to the city to be used as the city's Christmas tree. It was cut down, moved and placed at a spot in front of City Hall on Nov. 16. Here's another look at the removal and installation process.

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-25 07:05:56

Quick takes - November 25th

Local students helped share an important message recently, both physically and verbally. As part of the Great American Smokeout, to raise awareness about the dangers of smoking, 16 students from St. Peter's Lutheran School worked with Healthy Communities on Nov. 16 to clean up discarded cigarette bu

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-25 06:53:13

Indiana library letting people pay off fines with food

COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) - If you've racked up fines at the Bartholomew County Public Library, you will soon be able to reach into your pantry instead of your wallet to pay up. Between Dec. 4 and Dec. 17, people can donate to the library in Columbus or the one in Hope non-perishable food items. The food

6 NEWS WRTV - 2017-11-24 12:28:33

Former chairman celebrates 60 years of work with fund

When Ed Teets took over as chairman of the Good Cheer Fund, the annual charity was in trouble. A lack of leadership threatened to end the tradition of passing out baskets of food to needy families. The first year Teets volunteered to guide it, the effort was able to help 112 families, all of them lo

DAILYJOURNAL.NET - 2017-11-25 08:30:50