>>Woman From Lancaster County Killed In North Carolina
(Manheim Township, PA) -- A woman from Lancaster County is dead after she was shot in a road-rage incident in North Carolina. Julie Eberly of Manheim Township was killed yesterday morning while she was traveling with her family to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Police say a vehicle pulled up alongside Eberly's vehicle before firing multiple shots into the passenger door. Eberly later died at the hospital from her injuries. The investigation is still ongoing.
>>Lancaster County Food Hub Gets 200 Easter Hams From GIANT Company
(Lancaster, PA) -- Residents in Lancaster County are going to be able to have a nice Easter dinner with their families thanks to the GIANT company. The Lancaster County Food Hub announced yesterday that it received a donation of 200 Easter hams from GIANT. Officials with the company say they are happy to provide the 200 hams to the L-C-F-H to help provide holiday meals for families in the area who are having a tough time during the ongoing pandemic. The food hub is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
>>One-Hundred-Thousand-Dollar Winning Ticket Sold In Berks County
(Mohnton, PA) -- Someone in Berks County is going to be celebrating Easter a little richer this year. The Pennsylvania Lottery announced yesterday that a one-hundred-thousand-dollar winning ticket was sold at the Exxon Mart at 308 East Wyomissing Avenue in Mohnton. The lucky winner is being told to sign the back of the ticket and contact the nearest Lottery office to claim their prize.
>>One Injured In Horse-and-Buggy Accident In Berks County
(Maxatawny Township, PA) -- One person is being treated at the hospital after a horse-and-buggy accident in Berks County. The accident happened yesterday afternoon on Route 222 near Long Lane in Maxatawny Township. Police say a truck was attempting to turn right before it struck a buggy traveling in its blind spot. A 64-year-old woman was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.
>>House In Berks County Heavily Damaged After It Goes Up In Flames
(Bethel Township, PA) -- Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire in Berks County that heavily damaged a house. The fire happened yesterday morning at a home in the 81-hundred-block of Route 501 in Bethel Township. Police say a family was inside during the time of the blaze, but they were able to escape uninjured. It took crews over an hour to get the flames under control.