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York Fair Attendance Grew In 2019

Improved weather conditions and a strong entertainment line-up are credited with a nearly 18-percent jump in attendance at this year’s York Fair. At almost 530,000, officials say the 10-day event brought in nearly 80,000 more people in 2019 than the year before. The 2018 total was the worst in over a decade and officials blamed…MORE

Warrant For Boyfriend Issued Following Attack On Girlfriend In York City

A York City man is wanted after he allegedly punched and kicked his girlfriend last weekend. Police say Andrew Hoover is charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and harassment. Officers say an argument turned violent at a home along the 200-block of Roosevelt Avenue on Sunday night. Hoover also hit the adult female victim with…MORE

York Man Arrested After Punching Woman, Firing Shots

Attempted homicide, aggravated assault and firearms offenses are the lead charges against a York man who is accused of punching a woman in the face and firing a handgun at her. Police say 33-year old Keith Hetrick was arrested after the domestic incident Sunday night in a home along West College Avenue. Officers say during…MORE

York Co. Doctor: I’m State’s Latest Measles Case

The second measles case reported in York County this year is a doctor who was vaccinated against the disease. Dr. Jennifer McCabe used social media to say that while she followed official guidelines, her immunizations didn’t prevent her from contracting measles. But McCabe says it mitigated her symptoms. She still recommends that everyone be immunized.…MORE

Florida Man Convicted Of Sexually Abusing 4-Lancaster Co. Children

A Florida man is awaiting sentencing after he was convicted in Lancaster County of sexually abusing 4-children over a 20-year period. The District Attorney’s Office says 52-year old Tony Cruz was charged with more than a dozen crimes, including rape, that began here in 1984 until he moved to the Sunshine State in 2004. Officials…MORE

NY Woman Charged With Using Allegedly Fake Licenses In Lancaster

A New York woman is charged with allegedly using fake licenses to buy Apple Iphones in Lancaster County for resale in the Empire State. Lancasteronline.com reports that state police arrested 57-year old Stephanie Burr of Arverne, New York after an employee at a West Earl Township Sheetz store found her purse with multiple drivers licenses…MORE

NY Man Arrested For Allegedly Selling Fake Brand Name Items In Lancaster Co.

A vendor at the Green Dragon market in Ephrata has been charged with selling fake Luis Vitton items including more than 500-handbags. Police say 50-year old Ndiaye Serignel of Staten Island, New York was arrested after a Vitton company representative called officers about the illegal activity. The items were confiscated and police say another vendor…MORE

Heat Hampers York Co. Firefighters

A 3-alarm fire in York County Saturday left six firefighters hospitalized for heat exhaustion. Officials say several others were treated at the scene along the 900-block of Green Spring Road in Conewago Township. The units fought the flames for roughly 6-hours but in the end the home was destroyed. The residents were not home at…MORE

Uncle Charged In Double Fatal Stabbing In Lancaster City

A Lancaster City man is being held without bail after he was arrested for allegedly killing two relatives and critically injuring another. Police say 59-year old James Sterbinsky has been charged with the stabbing deaths of his sister, 53-year old Christine Ross and her daughter 20-year old Autumn Ross. It happened last Thursday night in…MORE

Dad Charged With Squeezing Son To Multiple Injuries In Lancaster Co.

The York County man has been arrested squeezing his 8-week old son so hard that he caused multiple injuries to his arms, legs and knees. Susquehanna Regional Police have charged 28-year old Timothy Husmann with aggravated assault on a child and endangering the welfare of children after incidents in a Lancaster County home in East…MORE

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