50 min ago | ABC 27
David Klinepeter was drafted during the war; he never saw combat because his poor eyesight kept him from going overseas, but he still served his country.
4 hrs ago | PennLive.com
The topic of gun violence will be front and center on Tuesday as members of the Obama Super PAC 1911 United stop in the midstate to promote the president's push to stop urban gun violence.
9 hrs ago | Pocono Record
State lawmakers will soon return to the Pennsylvania Capitol with the state budget as the top order of business, accompanied by three marquee issues: liquor system privatization, public pension changes and transportation infrastructure funding.
13 hrs ago | ABC 27
Harrisburg's COO is has resigned. With Mayor Linda Thompson's Primary Election loss, many top administrators have decided to leave.
16 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
Pennsylvania Corrections Secretary John Wetzel, a long time supporter of the Walk the Walk, returned to Chambersburg on Friday as the keynote speaker for the 13th annual event that increases awareness about mental illness.
A veterans organization has stepped up to help a Lancaster man who had his wheelchair stolen from his home this week.
Trade Talk showcases the businesses in the midstate and the people who make them work.
Police have identified three suspects in a strong armed robbery and burglary of a Harrisburg cell phone store.
The runner-up in Harrisburg's Democratic mayoral primary could get another shot at Democratic nominee Eric Papenfuse - this time as a Republican.
Harrisburg police have arrested two men and are searching for a third who are accused of robbing a cell phone store on North 3rd Street twice this month.
A Harrisburg man is recuperating from a gunshot wound from his own sawed-off shotgun, according to Harrisburg Police.
In the hoo-hah over Gov. Tom Corbett's remarks about not having Latinos on his immediate staff, something got overlooked.
A Harrisburg man has been charged in an April 20 crash that injured a city police officer and a bystander in the 2400 block of N. 6th Street.
Pennsylvania regulators have given the green light to PPL Electric Utilities to begin charging customers a new fee to fund system improvements.
A dozen Central Pa. companies earned recognition at the first Governor's ImPAct Awards.
No one was injured, but Harrisburg firefighters were called to the scene early Thursday afternoon.
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