A teenager is in serious condition after he was struck by a vehicle in Harrisburg.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Hershey man on charges of wire fraud, bankruptcy fraud, and aggravated identity theft.
Plans to launch a new city parking app will be announced at a press conference Friday.
The ARC of Dauphin County’s Respite program is moving into a new center.
Middletown Borough Council on Wednesday night discussed a plan to join a new regional police force.
When Matt Strite hears weather forecasters calling for several 60-degree days this weekend, it doesn’t make him too nervous.
Harrisburg Bureau of Police K9 Zeke has received another honor.
Starting on Sunday night, crews will replace the Route 743 bridge which runs over Spring Creek between Hersheypark and ZooAmerica.
As part of an effort to attend more public meetings, ABC27 employees went to the Derry Township Board of Supervisors and the Dauphin County …
Parking rules changed again in Harrisburg Wednesday, and the shift is getting a mixed reaction from those who work and spend time downtown.
Police looking for the thief who put a skimming device on an ATM at a Dauphin County bank say the device was in place for at least two days.
A Harrisburg man is facing a list of charges after he drunkenly broke into several cars and even attempted to break into a home.
The parent company of Harman Stoves plans to add 51 new, full-time jobs in northern Dauphin County.
A Harrisburg woman has been charged with aggravated assault for stabbing her boyfriend, police said.
The bridge that carries Route 743 over Spring Creek will be closed for reconstruction work beginning this weekend.
Police are looking for two men who forced their way into a city home late Tuesday.
A Perry County mountain that was once eyed heavily by residential developers will now become a nature preserve.
Police in Dauphin County are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect accused of putting a skimming device on an ATM.
Another day, and another hearing on last year’s wall collapse was postponed. Meanwhile, the pile of debris sits untouched.
As part of an effort to attend more public meetings in the community, ABC27 employees went to public meetings in Susquehanna and Monroe Town…