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HS Boys Basketball Highlights: Ethan Levis, Cumberland Valley roll; Boiling Springs, Shippensburg and Northern win Colonial battles
Cumberland Valley had little problem against visiting Mifflin County, flying out to a 23-5 lead before winning 63-34. Ethan Levis tied for a game-high with 15 points for the Eagles (4-0, 2-0 Commonwealth), while Omar Tandir chipped in 12. Brandon Richwine added 10.
Sentinel police log for Dec. 14
State Police at Carlisle (717-249-2121) Roughly $59 was stolen from Tractor Supply Company in the first block of Shippensburg Shopping Center in Shippensburg Township around 3 p.m. Dec. 6.
Home destroyed, pets killed in Friday evening fire
A home was destroyed and at least two pets were killed in a Friday evening fire in Cumberland County. Firefighters were called about 6:36 p.m. to a home at 4822 East Trindle road in Hampden Township, according to Mike Taylor, assistant chief with the Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company.
Two people displaced after house fire in Cumberland County
CUMBERLAND COUNTY — Two people were displaced Friday evening after a fire in Hampden Township, dispatch confirms to FOX43. Crews were called to a home in the 4000 block of East Trindle Road around 6:30 p.m., dispatch says. The fire was marked under control about an hour later.
Two charged for robbery inside Shippensburg Walmart
More than $100 was stolen from a man inside Walmart in Shippensburg Township during an alleged robbery Monday night. Around 9 p.m., Christopher Anthony Sheibley, 24, of Shippensburg, and Daniel Keck, 23, of Carlisle, approached the victim from behind and Sheibley struck him in the neck, knocking him
Amish families lose home to fire in Path Valley
WILLOW HILL -- Two Amish families lost their home in Path Valley on Thursday after a kerosene lamp apparently exploded. The house at 14614 Creek Road was in flames before firefighters got the call shortly before 5 p.m., according to Metal Township Fire Co. Fire Chief Dale Hall said. Two people were
Criminal charges filed against Shippensburg day care owners
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — The owners of a Southampton Township, Pa., day care center are facing criminal charges that include unlawful restraint of a minor. Among the allegations are that Michael D. Nolan and Linda R. Nolan restrained a girl up to five hours in a seat, Linda Nolan wouldn't let the staff c
Loss at buzzer to State College hands Chambersburg second loss
Through four games this season, the Chambersburg boys basketball team has alternated between blowouts and heartbreakers. The Trojans saw the latter on Friday evening, as Chambersburg fell on a buzzer-beating floater by Little Lions senior Oliver Kile floated a scoop shot into the basket as time expi
HS Wrestling Highlights: Shippensburg cruises by Greencastle-Antrim; East Pennsboro downed
Shippensburg routed Greencastle-Antrim 61-12 Thursday night as Aiden Reed (182) picked up the only Greyhounds pin for the night. G-A forfeited multiple bouts in a quick match. Henry Hartpence-Campos got a pin at 220, as did Adam Jacob (120), Logan Kramer (138) and Malachi Harvey (145), but East Penn
Police: Student struck by vehicle in Adams County, then taken to school by that driver
ADAMS COUNTY — Eastern Adams Regional Police are investigating an incident in which a New Oxford High School student was struck by a vehicle and then taken to school by that driver.
Man facing charges after allegedly sexually assaulting teenager
DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– A man is facing charges after allegedly sexually assaulting a teenager. Lance Nouse, 20, is facing statutory sexual assault and other related offenses for the incident.
Restaurant Report: Bugs, mold, expired baby formula for sale
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - The Department of Agriculture found expired baby formula and bugs during this week's food safety inspections. Tania's Mexican Restaurant on Carlisle Road in Aspers was out of compliance with 21 violations. The inspection report says there were dying roach-like insects and ol
Brooms stored in container of onions; no paper towels: Cumberland County restaurant inspections
The following Cumberland County restaurants were found to have violated Pennsylvania's health and safety regulations during inspections between Nov. 18-24. Inspections are overseen by the Department of Agriculture. The department notes that in many cases violations are corrected by the restaurant be
Cumberland County top cash bails for Dec. 14
Bail is one of the first decisions made within the criminal justice system. Decisions on if and how to release a defendant while awaiting trial can have lasting impacts on the defendant, case outcomes and public safety.
Attorney to run for Cumberland County Common Pleas judge
Kirk Sohonage on Monday announced his candidacy for one of the two judgeships on the Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas. Sohonage was nominated by state Sen. Mike Regan to the governor’s office for appointment to fill the judicial vacancy created when former Judge M.L. “Skip” Ebert was appointe
Chambersburg man charged with indecent assault
CHAMBERSBURG - A Chambersburg man is in jail in lieu of $250,000 bail on accusations he sexually assaulted a girl between January 2015 and December 2016. Rudy Godinez-Garcia, 37, is charged with one count each of felony aggravated indecent assault, felony indecent assault of a person less than 13 ye
Crash kills Cumberland County woman
A Cumberland County woman died at an area hospital after a Friday morning crash in Halifax Township, Dauphin County, according to police. State police in Lykens said Makelle B. Mummart, 26, of Carlisle, was injured in the crash, and she later died while undergoing surgery at Hershey Medical Center.
Pennsylvania Woman in Critical Condition After Bear Attacked, Dragged Her While She Was Walking Dog
A Pennsylvania woman has been left in critical condition following a bear attack outside her Lycoming County home on Wednesday evening, officials say. Melinda LeBarron was attacked on her property at around 6:45 p.m., WNEP-TV reported. She was grabbed on the leg by a black bear and pulled nearly 90
Photos: MD state police identify alleged bank robber last seen in Pennsylvania
SOMERSET, Pa. (WJAC) — Maryland and Pennsylvania state police are actively searching for a man they say was involved in two armed bank robberies in Maryland. Maryland State Police identified the suspect as 57-year-old Charles Gibson Jr., of Pennsylvania, and have issued a warrant for his arrest.
Two more traffic signals proposed for Norland Avenue area
CHAMBERSBURG – The area of Interstate 81 Exit 17 may be getting another traffic signal. Greene Township has applied for a state grant to install two signals on Kohler Road, one at Walker Road and another at North Parkwood Drive.