3 hrs ago
Bikers with bunnies ride through our area
Well, if you were in the Dauphin County area today, you may have seen bikers riding around with little stuffed passengers.
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7 hrs ago
Superintendent's lawsuit against Susquehanna Twp. School District: Five takeaways
Superintendent Susan Kegerise has filed a $6 million federal lawsuit against Susquehanna Township School District and school board members Jesse Rawls Sr., Mark Sussman and Carol Karl.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Conservative Group Endorses Four PA House Democrats
Democratic incumbents Representative Margo Davidson of Delaware County, Representative Patty Kim of Dauphin County, Representative Jake Wheatley of Allegheny County, and Representative Jim Roebuck of Philadelphia were all endorsed yesterday by PEG PAC, the political action committee associated with the Pennsylvania Business Council.
Superintendent Kegerise files $6 million lawsuit against Susquehanna Township School District
More dirty laundry is flapping in the wind in Susquehanna Township School District as board member Carol Karl posted to her Facebook page a copy of a $6 million federal lawsuit filed against the district by its superintendent Susan Kegerise.
Good Friday 2014: What's open, what's closed
Friday is Good Friday. In the midstate it is a mixed bag. Most schools are closed but banks, the post office and state offices are open.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Fingerprint lifted from burglary scene leads to three arrests in Steelton, police say
A fingerprint removed from the scene of a burglary in Steelton earlier this week eventually led detectives straight to the teen suspect, according to a police press release.
Wanted man arrested in Harrisburg after urinating on street corner, police say
Tirique Xaviar Williams, 23, of Steelton, was caught Saturday relieving himself at the intersection of Derry and South 15 streets, according to Harrisburg police.
Harrisburg man allegedly caught with cocaine, synthetic marijuana faces felony drug charges
Carlo Urrutia, 41, of Harrisburg, was arrested a week ago after police said he was caught with cocaine, crack cocaine and synthetic marijuana.
Attorney General Kane announces arrest of a oetravelinga child predator from Harrisburg
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of a Harrisburg man accused of posting an online advertisement for sex and then traveling to a Dauphin County location to meet who he believed was a 14-year-old girl.
Is a northern Dauphin address a potential health time bomb?
Northern Dauphin County has many remote, beautiful settings such as this one in Jefferson Township, but some worry the region lacks fast access to emergency medical care.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
State Department of Health offers shingles vaccine to uninsured, underinsured
The Pennsylvania Department of Health will offer the shingles vaccine to adults age 50 or older who are uninsured or underinsured in Dauphin County 9 a.m.-noon April 25 at the Hummelstown Chemical Fire Department, 249 E. Main St., Hummelstown.
U.S. Marshals lead operation that leads to 10 arrests in Dauphin County
United States Marshals and other local law enforcement agencies on Wednesday announced the arrests of 10 fugitives who were wanted on various charges in Dauphin County.
U.S. Marshals seek four fugitives wanted for alleged crimes in Dauphin County
U.S. Marshals are looking for these four fugitives : Antonio Crankfield, Tyrone Garrett, David Jackson and Jyrell Davenport.
Dauphin County 911 dispatchers honored for saving lives by commissioners
Dauphin County 911 dispatchers who received lifesaver and stork awards are: Emily Fagan, Brandon Freistat and Tom Pottiger .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Police announce two arrests after report of stabbing in Steelton last week
Steelton Borough police said they arrested a man and a woman after responding to what was initially reported as a stabbing late Friday in the borough.
Amber Alert canceled for Berks County child
UPDATE: Reports indicate that the Amber Alert for a 20-month-old Berks County child has been canceled.
Felicita Resort closes, big changes for owner Angino
"I am out of the golf and food business," said Felicita owner Richard Angino Tuesday afternoon in front of his law firm in Susquehanna Township.
Dauphin County offering program to guide youth away from violence, bullying, addiction
Dauphin County students and their families are invited to a free program April 17 addressing issues such as violence, bullying, sexual abuse and addiction.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Judge Marjorie O. Rendell discusses First Amendment in schools at bar association meeting
As part of Law Day on May 1, attorneys in Dauphin County will visit area schools to teach children about the law, civics and their role in society.
Fire marshal rules Susquehanna Township fire arson
According to officials, fire crews were dispatched to a fully-involved house fire in the 3500 block of Elmerton Avenue on Sunday at around 6:30 p.m. First responders had to retreat due to the structural integrity of the building being compromised, and one firefighter was treated for burns at Hershey Medical Center.