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Timothy Jules Braun, 49, of Susquehanna Township, is accused of using a miniature baseball bat to attack a man he claimed gave his daughter marijuana.
Nighttime work on more than four miles of Interstate 83 at the Maryland state line is scheduled to begin Sunday.
Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse is trying to end an agreement that provides funding to the National Civil War Museum, and he's asking county officials for help.
The U.S. economy has rebounded with vigor from a grim start to 2014 and should show renewed strength into next year.
Doug E. Fresh dances with young people he invited onto stage with him Friday during Cultural Fest 2013.
Nowadays, many couples have been living together for years before they actually tie the knot, so they've probably got the silverware and salt-and-pepper shakers covered.
Environmental groups are rounding up stories of sickness in the shale fields, following reports of inaction by the state Department of Health.
Township officials heard a plea Tuesday night not to endorse the idea of giving driver's licenses or any kind of ID cards to "illegal aliens" from Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli, but township supervisors took no action and quickly moved onto other business.
The federal government sued Pennsylvania on Tuesday over physical fitness tests given to applicants for state trooper positions, seeking a stop to a practice that it said illegally discriminates against women.
A mosquito capable of carrying West Nile virus has been found in Harrisburg, the first in the city this year.
Organizers of the St. Francis of Assisi soup kitchen were forced to close the soup kitchen's doors on Tuesday morning after someone broke in overnight and vandalized its interior with a fire extinguisher.
The state says 27 new cases of West Nile have been discovered in Pa. Nineteen of them are in the Susquehanna Valley.
In 1970, Dodge built 14 mid-size Coronet R/Ts with the 425-hp, 426-cu.in. Hemi V-8, including 13 hardtops and a single convertible.
"Running against Harrisburg" is a popular strategy. Most modern gubernatorial candidates seeking a first term, including incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett, have "run against Harrisburg."
A Harrisburg activist has asked the state Ethics Commission to investigate whether an adviser to Gov. Corbett is earning his keep.
"I think I just started going to the social events and the sport committees," she said.
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