(Undated) -- Here's the latest news: Dutch Wonderland and the Cartoon Network Hotel in Lancaster County will be hosting a dual job fair Tuesday. Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital is listed again among Healthgrades' 50 best hospitals in America for 2022. State Police in Lancaster are searching for a man who they say altered and cashed a check intended for the Ephrata Community Church.
>>Dutch Wonderland, Cartoon Network Hotel To Host Dual Job Fair Tuesday
(Lancaster, PA) -- Dutch Wonderland and the Cartoon Network Hotel in Lancaster County will be hosting a dual job fair Tuesday. Recruiters at the amusement park and its adjoining property say they need to fill around 500 positions in time for the park's opening day on April 30th. The job fair will be from four to seven p.m. Tuesday at the hotel's Bearista Café. The park is looking to fill seasonal food, ride, and security positions. The hotel is looking for full-time positions in the Cartoon Kitchen, housekeeping, and front-desk staff. Officials say if you want to work at the hotel you can expect to be paid up to 16-dollars per hour. Those attending the job fair will be eligible to win two Sliver Season Passes to Dutch Wonderland and a two-night stay at the Cartoon Network Hotel.
>>Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health Updates its COVID Visitation Policies
(Lancaster, PA) -- Officials with Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health say they're updating their visitation policies as COVID-19 cases drop. Now, adult patients can have two family or support people visit them per day. Children can also now be included as a visitor in most areas. The new guidelines are in effect for all Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health and medical group locations. Also, visitors still have to be screened before entry.
>>Lancaster General Health Earns Top Distinction for America's 50 Best Hospitals
(Lancaster, PA) -- Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital is listed again among Healthgrades' 50 best hospitals in America for 2022. This is the fourth year the health system has received the top honor. Chief Medical Information Officer Doctor Michael Ripchinski says the distinction places LGH in the top one percent of hospitals nationwide. Chester County Hospital, which is also part of Penn Medicine, earned the same distinction. Healthgrade rates hospitals across 31 different conditions and procedures.
>>Lancaster Man Reported to Have Altered, Cashed Check Meant for Church
(Lancaster County, PA) -- State Police in Lancaster are searching for a man who they say altered and cashed a check intended for the Ephrata Community Church. Wade Solomon Mohn allegedly altered the check that had been written for 112-dollars-and-50-cents and changed it to two-thousand-386 dollars-and-50-cents before cashing it. State police are asking for help locating Mohn. The 52-year-old is known to frequent the areas of Waynesboro and Greencastle.
>>Harden Out Through All-Star Break With Hamstring Strain
(Philadelphia, PA) -- 76ers fans will have to wait to see James Harden in action. Philadelphia announced Monday that Harden will be sidelined with a hamstring strain through this weekend's All-Star break. The star guard had been rehabbing his hamstring the last few games of his time with the Brooklyn Nets. His first chance to play in a Sixers uniform will be February 25th against the Timberwolves in Minnesota. The 32-year-old Harden averaged 22.5 points, 10.2 assists and 8 rebounds per game this season with Brooklyn before he was traded to Philly for a trade package headlined by Ben Simmons.