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Single car crash claims life of Mechanicsburg woman
A Mechanicsburg woman is pronounced dead at the scene in a single car crash in York County.
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Family of man killed by Springettsbury Twp. police to file $5M lawsuit, attorney says
An attorney representing the family of a man fatally shot by Springettsbury Township police officers in 2012 said the family will soon file a $5 million federal civil-rights lawsuit against the department and others.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Woman missing for 2 years in Silver Spring Township
Silver Spring Township police say Rabihan Seiders, 53, was last seen on March 27, 2012.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Cumberland County student wins second place in aviation art contest
Nine Pennsylvania students have been selected as winners in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's aviation art contest and have been forwarded for judging in the national competition.
Jail term upheld for unlicensed dad who drove sick son to doctor
Curtis B. Archer had an excuse for getting behind the steering wheel while he was under an alcohol-related driver's license suspension.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Miami Herald
PIAA Girls Basketball Tournament
Matchups for the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association girls basketball tournament, including first-round results and second-round matchups with sites and times now available.
Owner of no-kill shelter headed to trial
The owner of Molly's Place Rescue is headed to trial on charges she was illegally operating the no-kill animal shelter in Hampden Township, Cumberland County.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Centre Daily Times
Bits of Business | Children's medical facility renovated
The pediatrics unit has new exam rooms, a centralized nurses station, expanded waiting room, staff lounge, physicians work area and more parking.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Man arrested for cashing counterfeit checks
Police said they have arrested a Maryland man who cashed three counterfeit checks at three separate Members 1st Federal Credit Union locations in the Mechanicsburg and Camp Hill area.
Home Instead Senior Care CAREGiver of the Year
CAREGiver of the Year: Linda Morton of Dillsburg has been named CAREGiver of the Year for Home Instead Senior Care, a Mechanicsburg-based service that provides services such as companionship, Alzheimer's care, personal care, meal preparation, assistance walking, mediation reminders, light housekeeping, laundry, shopping and appointments.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Kenneth Barrett, 43, Chambersburg, told police he got a call from a Jason Smith, who told Barrett he had to send a $378 money order that was owed to Cash Advanced, or two sheriff deputies would arrive at his house to arrest him.
The York Daily Record
Puppy burned in Butler Twp. fire needs help
Firefighters give oxygen to a dog rescued from a Butler Township house fire on March 1. Cody, a chihuahua mix puppy that was badly injured during a fire in Butler Township on March 1 , is in need of some help.
12 plays to see in March: 'Diary of Anne Frank,' 'The Fantasticks' and more
Open Stage of Harrisburg's annual production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" will be held at Whitaker Center on March 8. This month alone there are 15 different plays being performed.
Failed Project Developer Sent to Prison
A former Pennsylvania real-estate developer will spend seven years behind bars for fraud and money laundering related to an unfinished $28 million commerce center in the state capital.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
161 years later, New York Times prints correction of Solomon Northup misspelling
The New York Times printed a correction to an article written in 1853 about Solomon Northup, who's memoir was turned into the Oscar-winning film '12 Years a Slave.'
The late Sen. Harold Mowery Jr. remembered as advocate for midstate
Then-Sen. Hal Mowery, R-Cumberland, at the Dickinson School of Law in 2007. DAN GLEITER/THE PATRIOT-NEWS, file Personable and perennially smiling, the late state Sen. Harold "Hal" Mowery Jr. was remembered Tuesday as an advocate for central Pennsylvania, and one who remembered his community roots.
Tip jar stolen from Mechanicsburg restaurant
The jar and the cash inside were taken from the front counter of a restaurant in the 300 block of North York Street at around 1:50 p.m. Monday, police said.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Cumberland Valley to seek second opinion on future building plans
The Cumberland Valley School District will seek a second architectural opinion for a facilities master plan to address capacity issues and projected student enrollment increases.
Tips stolen from Mechanicsburg restaurant
Mechanicsburg police said someone stole the tip jar from a restaurant in the 300 block of North York Street on Monday afternoon.
PennLive's Ultimate Prom Contest ends Thursday. Get your entry in now
Let's face it: Going to your high school prom can be an expensive opportunity, what with the hair, and dress and limo rental and all.