The Afternoon Stomp

The Afternoon Stomp

I started in radio a long time ago and have been native to Central Pennsylvania most of my life. I attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and spent time working in Philadelphia, but it never felt like home. The city is not for me. I love art, Photography and music. I stay busy.

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Local Halloween Parades

Local Halloween Parades

October 15, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm -Mapleton Halloweedn Parade October 23, 2016 @1:30 Community Halloween Parade Sponsored by the Ickesburg Lions Club, Landisburg Lions Club and Loysville Community Club. Registration begins at 1:30; parade forms at 2:30; Parade marches at 3:00 from the Landisburg Fire house. Rain date is October 30th. October 24, […]
LOCAL NEWS | MAY 26, 2017

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 26, 2017

Ten people have been charged with manufacturing and selling methamphetamine as part of a major ring operating in Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties.  A statewide investigating grand jury identified 23-year-old Charles “Chip” Hanson as the main target of a 15-month investigation that was conducted by the Attorney General’s Drug Task Force, local authorities in Snyder […]
LOCAL NEWS | MAY 25, 2017

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 25, 2017

A 26-year-old Todd, PA man could face charges of aggravated assault after an incident earlier this week in Cromwell Township, Huntingdon County.  The unidentified male was involved in a verbal dispute with an unnamed 60-year-old Orbisonia man on Erwin Street at about 1:15 am Sunday.  The argument turned physical and the 60-year-old victim suffered severe […]
LOCAL NEWS | MAY 24, 2017

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 24, 2017

Pennsylvania has joined with 46 states in an $18.5 million settlement with the Target Corporation over a major data breach in 2013 that resulted in over 100 million pieces of credit card or personal information being stolen from customers nationwide. 1.6 million consumer transactions affected by the data breach took place in the Commonwealth.  Under […]
LOCAL NEWS | MAY 23, 2017

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 23, 2017

State Senator John Eichelberger will provide insight into Pennsylvania’s budget process and other subjects during an informal forum Thursday (May 25th) at 6:30 pm at the McConnellstown Fire Hall.  The open forum is part of Senator Eichelberger’s effort to make state government accessible for all residents of the 30th District.  Proof of residency is required […]