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James Franklin took the job in January and has been making his way around the state, introducing himself to fans at different events.
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Originally from Reading, PA, he has considered Harrisburg home for many years, and is related, according to family folklore, to John Harris, founder of Harrisburg.
At Community College of Philadelphia, Glenn Martin, a neatly dressed middle-aged man, spoke eloquently Tuesday about how he turned his life around after serving six years in prison for drug crimes in New York.
Police in Harrisburg were hoping someone will recognize a man who they said robbed a bank on North Second Street Tuesday afternoon.
Paul Wintergrass, who worked at the Steelton water plant from 1969 until he retired as plant superintendent in 2006, speaks about the high quality of water service residents received during those years, on April 15, 2014.
Crews work to repair damage done by a massive sinkhole in the 1400 block of South 14th Street in Harrisburg.
United States Marshals and other local law enforcement agencies on Wednesday announced the arrests of 10 fugitives who were wanted on various charges in Dauphin County.
State police said 47-year-old Shane Bryant Moody fled a traffic stop at Brookwood and S. 17th streets early Tuesday.
Dauphin County students and their families are invited to a free program April 17 addressing issues such as violence, bullying, sexual abuse and addiction.
"I am out of the golf and food business," said Felicita owner Richard Angino Tuesday afternoon in front of his law firm in Susquehanna Township.
Gilbert-Kristman approached the woman as she walked home from a bar Thursday night.
A Harrisburg man is charged with Attempted Homicide and Rape. The incident happened last week, April 10 at about 11:30 pm along the 20o block of South 3rd Street.
New figures released by a legislative agency in Harrisburg show which counties in the Philadelphia area have the highest numbers of texting while driving violations.
Erie's Little Italy neighborhood could soon see new sidewalks, lighting and other improvements, thanks to a $400,000-plus state grant.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced that a Harrisburg man was sentenced to serve time in county prison after pleading guilty to diverting pension checks to his own account while an intern at the Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System .
COATESVILLE Already in the middle of a "listening tour" to hear the voices of her new community, Cathy Taschner, the new superintendent of Coatesville schools, said she has also decided on what is next on her agenda.