Cornerstone Federal Credit Union members have voted to approve a merger with Belco Community Credit Union.
Firefighters are battling heavy flames at a barn in Monroe Township.
The 17th annual Taste Of Carlisle takes place on Sunday, March 12th at the Carlisle Expo Center. It’s a chance to sample at least 40 restaur…
Crews are on the scene of a building fire in North Newton Township, Cumberland County.
Angela Episale is still getting used to having another dog around. But she has big plans for the 1-year-old pup she rescued recently.
Electronics and appliance retailer Hhgregg announced it is closing 88 stores, including four in the midstate, as it struggles to turn a prof…
Taro Landis was sworn in Wednesday night as the new chief of police in Carlisle.
Cumberland County is addressing problems with Airbnb hosts not paying the county’s hotel tax. The county is kicking off a social media campa…
Allenberry Resort will resume live stage shows this summer.
A Carlisle man will serve up to two years in prison for a collection of child pornography stored on his computer.
Carlisle police are asking for help locating a missing man.
The tragic death of a Trinity High School student more than three years ago is the impetus for an upcoming heart screening clinic to protect…
Part of Interstate 81 is closed in Cumberland County due to a tractor-trailer fire.
Preparations are underway for Hampden Township’s second Shamrock Shuffle 5K run on March 19. Proceeds benefit the township’s new Captain Leo…
A Cumberland County man who admitted he raped a 6-year-old boy and distributed a live video of the assault on the internet will likely spend…
A 14-year-old has been placed in a detention facility after he was arrested for a stabbing earlier this month.
A former police chief accused of stealing gambling tickets from a Harrisburg social club has waived his preliminary hearing in the case.
After being left for dead on a Lancaster County farm, a special pup is celebrating his first birthday this weekend.
The project could be completed in about two years if approved.
The Imagination Station is two decades old. The wood is no longer compliant, and it’s not up to ADA standards. That will soon be changing.