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A Cumberland County School bus was struck on Thursday afternoon. According to reports, the bus was carrying children home when it was struck from behind on Wayne Avenue. Officials say the accident was very minor and there were no injuries reported. This is the 3rd accident involving a Cumberland County school bus since classes resumed on August 5th.
“Tragic and unavoidable”…those are the words used to describe an accident on Bowman Loop Wednesday evening. According to reports, a 7 year old boy was struck by a truck when he rode his bicycle into the vehicle’s path. Troopers say the driver swerved in an effort to miss the child, but it was to no avail. The child air lifted from the scene in critical condition
The makers of Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition for Dogs dry food have issued a voluntary recall due to a possible presence of small metal fragments within the product. The fragments are not expected to be embedded directly in the food product, but it could pose potential risk of injury if consumed. There have been no reported illness or injury linked to the contamination. The recall affects the brand’s 15-pound bags of dry dog food sold at Dollar General Stores with the lot code number 432C1KKM03. Consumers who may have purchased a contaminated product should discard it immediately or take it back to the retailer for a full refund
All Cumberland County Recycle and Convenient Centers will be closed on Monday - Sept. 1, 2014
in honor of Labor Day Holiday.
The head of Christmas on the Mountain has officially announced her retirement—and is looking for her replacement. Julie Vaden says she is ready to focus on work-life balance after devoting the past 14 years to the organization that provides toys to Cumberland County children each year. Christmas on the Mountain began when employees at Homes America collected toys for children as a way to give back to the community. 37 children were served that first year. The program grew from that simple idea to where it is today—this past Christmas more than 500 children were presented with gifts donated by the community and with monies raised by the organization. Vaden says she is actively seeking her replacement in this very rewarding organization. If you or someone you know is interested, you are asked to contact Julie Vaden at Christmas on the Mountain on Facebook