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3 hrs ago | The York Daily Record
From left, Joshua Hankey, Alexandra Dwyer, and John McElligott stand in an area of The Bond building that will be transformed into an additional space for weddings and events.
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Fontel Waddell, 36, was living under the alias of Nathaniel Kobelt when he was taken into custody Friday at a Greenville apartment, according to the U.S. Marshal's Service.
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Abdel Jaber Obaid, 31, began making counterfeit $50 and $20 bills in at least as early as April 2012, according to U.S. Attorney Peter Smith.
10 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
CHAMBERSBURG >> Cumberland Valley Christian School senior Austin Bock was awarded $500 through the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers' Foundation Scholarship Program, and was named a merit finalist.
14 hrs ago | PennLive.com
There's a lot going down on in the midstate April 18-20. I shared with Fox43 my picks for the top events to catch over the weekend.
18 hrs ago | Danville News
It started like any other school day during the year, with teachers up early and arriving at school at 7:30 in the morning.
A West Manheim Township business owner is facing charges after police allege he engaged in theft schemes that caused two victims to lose more than $15,000.
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission recognized 28 volunteers for their contributions of time, talent and expertise in 2013 at the annual Volunteer of the Year Ceremony held April 5 at The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg.
The White Whale Restaurant operated in two locations in the Harrisburg area and was known for its boat-like shape and fried fish.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of a Harrisburg man accused of posting an online advertisement for sex and then traveling to a Dauphin County location to meet who he believed was a 14-year-old girl.
Five Democrats are running for Pennsylvania lieutenant governor in a race with little name recognition and a focus on the top of the ticket.
James Franklin took the job in January and has been making his way around the state, introducing himself to fans at different events.
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.