New places to go; Participation in the farm fair; snow delayed load: Good Morning, Pennsylvania


What you have to know today, Friday 21 January 2022

Today’s weather

High: 24; Low: 10. Cold today and tomorrow, warmer and cloudier Sunday.

Photo of the day

Trader Joe’s grocery store is slated to open in the spring at the former Bon-Ton site in Lower Allen Township. (Photo by Mark Pynes,

Top news

Places to visit: New businesses that have opened in central Pennsylvania let you play slot machines, throw axes, jump on trampolines, smash things and take selfies.

  • See also: Upcoming opening of medical establishments

Boy shot: Harrisburg police are looking for the person who shot a boy yesterday morning as he stood on a city street. Police did not reveal his age, but said he is expected to survive.

Farm Spectators: Pa. Farm Show parking revenue this month was down more than 40%, the Agriculture Department said, indicating attendance was down.

Fatal fire: The coroner’s office is awaiting test results to help determine the cause of death of a 100-year-old man found after a fire at his central Pennsylvania home. He was alone.

Snow, slow walking: The superload truck winding through upper Pennsylvania was snowed in this week, delaying arrival at its destination until next week.

It’s strange

Thank you?: Anheuser-Busch shared a video on Twitter announcing its corporate logo update. Yuengling, however, applauded the similarities to its logo.

  • See also: Oscar Mayer: Their bologna mask “has a name”

Buggy town: A town in Pennsylvania has just been rated by Orkin as the second most bed bug-infested town in the entire country.

  • See also: Pennsylvania site records highest rate of tick-borne virus in US

Down, not out: A TV reporter made her own news this week when she was hit by a car during a live stream, then got up and ended her live reporting.


Soccer: Q&A with our Bob Flounders: Which new Penn State player will have the biggest impact in 2022? Who will be the best Lions player?

Wrestling: One of the most anticipated games of the season is set to take place today when Penn State’s Aaron Brooks, ranked No. 1 at 184, meets Olympic bronze medalist No. 2 Myles Amine.

In short


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