The Navy depot in Mechanicsburg just installed the largest rain garden in the United States Navy. The bio-retention facility, as it’s more f…
Overnight work on Interstate 81 early Monday will force northbound traffic stoppages near mile marker 58 approaching the Route 581 interchan…
Two homes, in relatively close proximity, were reportedly burglarized in broad daylight this week in Cumberland County.
Duncannon leaders passed an ordinance years ago banning boarded-up windows and doors. Their goal was to fight blight, but the borough counci…
Peyton Walker was studying to be a physician assistant at Kings College when she passed away from sudden cardiac arrest in 2013.
The 48th Pennsylvania Special Olympics Area M Games were filled with many athletes on Thursday.
It’s the first car show of the year in Carlisle and the biggest one yet.
Police say a group of out-of-town shoppers walked out of the Capital City Mall with over $3,000 worth of stolen merchandise.
On Friday morning, the ABC27 News Daybreak team is taking over Spring Carlisle.
Carlisle Events has announced its first two takers for the site of the old Masland factory.
An incident on Interstate 83 in the Lemoyne area has blocked traffic.
Students from local high schools on Monday attended Geisinger Holy Spirit’s first-ever Future of Healthcare Academy in Camp Hill. They learn…
A multi-vehicle crash closed part of Interstate 81 in Cumberland County Monday evening, resulting in major traffic delays.
Carlisle police have identified a third suspect in a January bank robbery and have issued a warrant for his arrest.
Police say they’re looking for a home intruder who assaulted a man in his Cumberland County home.
Police are attempting to identify a man suspected of stealing a hand bell from a church in Camp Hill.
A section of Interstate 81 has reopened after a crash involving a tractor-trailer in Cumberland County.
West Shore Regional police are looking for a suspect in a quick change scam Friday afternoon in Lemoyne.
Libre’s Law and three other bills are included in a new package just filed in the Pennsylvania House by Rep. Todd Stephens.
A 24-year-old man was cited for speeding after telling officers he tried to avoid striking a squirrel and lost control of his vehicle.