Warmer temperatures are in store for central Pennsylvania this weekend and into next week, with highs approaching 50, according to forecasters. "The warming trend continues into the weekend as mild weather dominates central Pennsylvania. Temperatures today will be well above normal," according to the National Weather Service at State College. Saturday's high will be 47, with wind gusts as high as 23. The low at night will be around 31.
York County high school students paid tribute to slain deputy U.S. marshal Chistopher Hill during a basketball game Friday night. The student sections for both Northeastern High School and Dallastown High School wore blue to the game and chanted "Hill's a hero" after a pregame moment of silence, according to social media posts. Hill grew up in Northumberland County, and lived in Conewago Township, York County, part of the Northeastern School District.
The Camp Hill borough council says it has a "good working relationship" with its borough manager, who was arrested for driving under the influence last month, and they expect that relationship to continue, according to a statement on the borough website. Patrick Dennis, 34, was stopped at 1:56 a.m. on Dec. 30 on Interstate 83 northbound by state police in Conewago Twp, York County, records state.
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