The Carlisle Police Department is looking for a man wanted for questioning in connection to public urination at a local park earlier this we…
A Cumberland County dairy farm is getting noticed for converting cow waste into electricity to power the entire operation.
A 47-year-old Dillsburg man is facing DUI charges after police say he was caught huffing in a parked car.
Carlisle police are investigating a stabbing that involved a male juvenile.
A Cumberland County man was arrested after police said he struck his son with an aluminum baseball bat.
State police in Carlisle are investigating a crash that was reported to involve a train and a car.
The effects of a mild winter are being felt in construction crews around the Midstate.
Cumberland County libraries are instituting a “zero balance” policy beginning March 1. Library users will no longer be allowed services if t…
PennDOT says the unusually warm weather has prompted contractors to resume work on Interstate 81 days earlier than scheduled.
With springtime weather and a day off from school, families in the Midstate are taking advantage of outdoor activities.
Lower Allen Township police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing 15-year-old girl.
A Shippensburg woman may face charges after her 2-year-old daughter was found alone outside their Southampton Township home last week.
Chambersburg police are searching for a man wanted for his role in an October shooting.
A swastika was painted over large rocks outside of Shippensburg High School. District officials painted over the image this morning, after h…
‘A Day Without Immigrants’ is a national one-day strike to show the impact immigrants have on the workforce.
Seven suspected drug dealers were taken off the streets after an intensive, undercover sting.
Seven men have been arrested on charges they were dealing heroin in Carlisle and the surrounding community.
Commissioners hope to open the center at a 5,000-square-foot barn along Claremont Road in Middlesex Township.
When the Carlisle Circulator began operations three years ago, the goal was to help people who don’t have cars.
Cumberland County commissioners are expected to discuss e-cycling at a meeting Wednesday afternoon.