Best beef & shrimp dish; I-83 expansion; PSU funding: Good Morning, Pennsylvania


What you need to know today, Friday, Sept. 23, 2022.

High: 65; Low: 48. Mostly sunny today and tomorrow; rain on Sunday.

Hershey vs Mechanicsburg in high school field hockey

Mechanicsburg’s Gracyn Catalano celebrates the first of her two goals against Hershey in their high school field hockey game this week. (Photo by Sean Simmers,

I-83 project: A decades-long planned expansion of I-83 in Harrisburg is aimed at reducing congestion and repairing a crumbling elevated highway. But it will come at a human cost: Hundreds of residents and business owners will lose their properties.

Little League lawsuit: A Pa. company sued by the family of an injured Utah Little League World Series player says its bunk beds come with a recommendation to use guard rails. The boy suffered severe head injuries in a fall from a bunk bed with no rails. He continues to recover. His family has also sued Little League Baseball.

Farming incident: Three people who died in a farm silo on Wednesday were a father and two teen sons overcome by fumes, the Centre County coroner said.

More money: Penn State University wants a big increase in its state funding: $115 million more for general education, on top of the $242 million that it’s already getting.

Best Eats Sage Cafe in Carlisle

Chef Russ Freeman of the Sage Cafe in Carlisle. (Sean Simmers |

Best dish: Sage Café in Carlisle serves a Beef & Shrimp Bombay, made with a filet, shrimp, sweet onions and peppers, fired with gin. It’s finished with a red curry-coconut milk sauce. It takes diners to “far-off lands,” the restaurant says.

Buns to love: The Harrisburg region will be introduced to Mr. Sticky’s gooey, addictive sticky buns when a franchise opens in Hampden Township.

Walking Wounded Antione Yeiser

Antione Yeiser photographed at the spot on Camp Street, Harrisburg, where he was shot nine times in 2017. (Sean Simmers |

Forever wounded: Hundreds of people in Harrisburg wounded by gun violence quietly deal with the physical, emotional and financial tolls the rest of their lives.

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Penn State: Penn State football fans are loving life at the moment, hoping their team is about to go 4-0. But they still have questions for Bob Flounders’ mailbag.

NFL: The Cleveland Browns beat up on the Pittsburgh Steelers and their new quarterback last night, winning 29-17.

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