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In 1934, German immigrants Franz "Frank" Elsner Sr. and his wife, Johanna Elsner, founded Elsner Engineering Works with their very first machine development project, a slicer for the potato chip industry.
A 13-mile stretch of the Northeastern Extension will be closed southbound for six hours Sunday, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission said.
Diamond Laureano, 9 of York, left, eats lunch at Martin Library with her brother Juan Rosario, 11, second from left, and sister Summer Laureano, 13, far right, on Wednesday.
Fire Chief Brian Enterline said the fire at 1851 Whitehall Street caused significant heat and smoke damage to the first-floor apartment where it started Thursday evening, and the contents were a total loss.
The modest establishment sat at the corner of North Second and Locust streets and served mountainous Greek salads for two, snapper soup, wings, crab cake sandwiches and martinis.
A Harrisburg man who police said was trying to destroy cocaine during a high speed chase with police late last week had to be subdued with a Taser.
If you're a car love looking for a vintage ride, the four-day Mecum Auction Show at the Pennsylvania Farm show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg is the place to be.
The rotten wood siding, crumbled concrete steps and missing roof shingles on a semi-detached home on North Second Street in Harrisburg have irked neighbors since at least 2012.
Eric Dietz, 41, was arrested Tuesday and charged with counts including rape of a minor, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, false imprisonment, and corruption of minors, according to police and court documents.
Day three of Go Joe 17 "Big City Blitz" began in a corn field in Chambersburg. "A lot of farm lands here in Chambersburg," said Joe.
A $50 billion pension crisis does not happen overnight - and the current crisis involving Pennsylvania's severely underfunded pension system is no different.
A PennDot crew uses a milling machine to grind road areas with potholes on State Route 3009 in Harrisburg at Chestnut St. It is a temporary fix as the weather is still too cold and the road surface is still too cold.
Here's your choice. Keep graduation ceremonies in The Forum in Harrisburg, with its affordable price but limited seating, parking and handicapped accessibility.
Vernon McClure Jr., 18, has been charged with criminal attempted homicide, robbery and carrying a firearm without a license.
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