Friday Jul 25
Police: Teen fled foster home July 15
Lower Paxton Township police said Kalen Van Patten left the foster home July 15 and was last seen at a motel on Eisenhower Boulevard on Saturday.
Newville man allowed to file appeal after deadline for 40 to 120-year sexual-abuse sentence
The 73-year-old Newville man who was sentenced to a term that is effectively life in state prison for the sexual abuse of four children wants to have a new trial.
Pennsylvania campers worship God 'among his creation'
Thomas Lucas, of Lake Meade, reads along during outdoor worship services at Codorus State Park.
Three named to new terms on Adams Electric board
Three named to new terms on Adams Electric board: Glenn Bange of Hanover, Tom Knaub of Wellsville, and Dan Eisenhart of Newville were elected to new three-year terms on the Adams Electric Cooperative board of directors during an election process that ended during the cooperative's 2014 annual meeting, held recently at Gettysburg Area High School.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Road section to be named for Sgt. Tim Hayslett
Harrisburg >> A section of Pa. 233 near Newville is to be named in honor of a local soldier was killed in Iraq more than a decade ago.
Pa.'s implied consent law doesn't equate to unlawful search and seizure, court finds
The constitutional rights of a York County motorist weren't violated when he lost his driver's license for refusing to submit to blood testing after a drunken driving stop in Cumberland County, Commonwealth Court ruled Tuesday.