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33 min ago | The News Item
Line Mountain's board of directors and its teachers' union are planning three meetings this summer to address an expired contract before the school year begins.
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4 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Northbound Interstate 83 on the John Harris Memorial Bridge over the Susquehanna River in the Harrisburg area will be reduced from three lanes to two lanes of traffic on Saturday, July 12. The northbound traffic restriction is scheduled to take place between 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. As of 8 a.m., the lane restriction was not tying up traffic.
9 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice
Pennsylvania's Republican leadership engaged in a rare, public brouhaha this week as the state budget debate ended in recriminations that exposed fault lines over policies and personalities.
Terry Lee Harner, 45, accepted money from people who needed their appliances fixed, but never performed the work, according to police.
A Harrisburg woman was wanted for the assault of a pregnant woman reported in Swatara Township late last month, according to police and court records.
An early morning crash involving two vehicles in Dauphin claims the lives of Harrisburg mother and daughter.
Jennifer Dido, 23, of Harrisburg, crossed the center line and drove into the path of an oncoming pickup truck in Rush Township around 7:20 a.m., state police in Lykens said.
Erica Klinger was planning to head to Pinchot Park in York County with two of her best friends to soak up the newly warmed summer air.
Maurice Brown, 53, used a peer-to-peer network to share files containing prepubescent children engaged in graphic sexual acts, according to charging documents.
Really, gals and guys, including you, Mayor Bookman, had you taken the time to read the responses to the above-mentioned column, you would have realized the idea of change around here is about as fear-inspiring as the zombie apocalypse.
Salisbury Township police stop speeders for safety, not to make money, Police Chief Allen Stiles told township commissioners Thursday night.
Gov. Tom Corbett signed the state budget 10 days late on Thursday and used his line-item veto power to spotlight what he called the Legislature's failure to sacrifice with the rest of government or to curb rising public-sector pension costs that are fueling school tax increases.
The state trooper who was shot four times last month by a man with an assault rifle told troopers investigating the incident he expected to die from his injuries in the moments after he we was wounded.
Harrisburg city restaurants are giving more attention to the mid-day Sunday meal.
The 9-year-old is enrolled in a summer camp at the Martin Luther King Center, 312 Chestnut St., which officially opened its community garden on Wednesday.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:28 am
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