Hersheypark Set To Open On July 3Hersheypark is set to open for the season on July 3.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: State Police Training Academy Staff Member Tests Positive For COVID-19A staff member at the Pennsylvania State Police training academy in Hershey has tested positive for coronavirus.
Even Though They're Off Of School, Two Sisters Still Say Pledge Of Allegiance Every MorningEven though they're getting their schooling at home due to the coronavirus outbreak, these two sisters in Pennsylvania still say the Pledge of Allegiance every morning.
Pennsylvania Clears Santa's Reindeer For Christmas Eve TakeoffSanta's reindeer are ready for takeoff.
GOP Stalwart Donor Says He’ll Pay Trump Rally Security TabThe Republican Party’s failed candidate for governor in Pennsylvania last year says he’ll pick up the tab for municipal police to provide protection for President Donald Trump’s rally in Hershey on Tuesday after residents complained about picking up the $20,000 tab for Trump rallies in 2016 and 2017.
Hershey Bears Collects Record-Breaking 45,650 Stuffed Animals For Local CharitiesA record-breaking 45,650 bears were tossed onto the ice during a Hershey Bears hockey game. That's nearly 50,000 stuffed animals that will be donated to local charities.
President Donald Trump To Hold December Rally In HersheyPresident Trump is hosting a campaign rally in Hershey.
Man Who Played Santa Claus At Hersheypark For 13 Years DiesThe man who played Santa Claus at Hersheypark for more than a decade has lost his battle with cancer.
Jonas Brothers Surprise Pa. Teen Who Missed Their Concert While 'Fighting For Her Life'The Jonas Brothers surprised a teenager who missed their concert because she was in chemotherapy.
State Health Authorities Warn Of Possible Measles Exposure At Multiple Pa. LocationsState health authorities are warning the public about possible measles exposure at a number of Pennsylvania locations over the past week.
Pennsylvania State Police Seeking Horse Donations For Mounted Patrol UnitThe state police is asking the public to help support its mounted patrol unit.