Jennifer Snavely was attending a parent-teacher conference at Rowland Academy when she went to use the girls’ restroom.
“Nobody should be taken advantage of,” Mary Howells said. “You work hard for your money and you should be able to keep it and not just be gi…
No one was seriously hurt in a fire that swallowed up several garages and singed a few houses in Dauphin County Monday night, but a lot of d…
Police say the victim of a weekend shooting incident isn’t cooperating with their investigation, so they’re asking the public for help.
A new bridge to carry Route 743 over Spring Creek has opened to traffic.
A 22-year-old man was arrested after a stabbing Tuesday morning at a Swatara Township hotel.
A former state trooper will serve jail time for kicking a handcuffed man in the head and lying on a criminal complaint.
Police are investigating a fire that destroyed five garages late Monday.
Dozens of students were suspended last month in the Harrisburg School District, with hundreds more receiving warnings.
Four townhouses were destroyed and several others were damaged by a fire late Monday in Lower Paxton Township.
The Susquehanna Township Police Department has announced the arrest of a man accused in multiple sexual assaults involving a minor.
Hundreds of elected positions on Dauphin County’s primary ballot this May don’t have a single candidate registered to run.
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.
Two major road projects are getting ready to kick off in Dauphin County. Drivers may have to allow extra time or find a different route.
Steven Esworthy was killed last June after he was walking home from a family function.
One person is in the hospital after police responded to a report of gunshots being fired in the 2900 block of Greenwood Street around 1:15 t…
A fire was put out within half an hour Friday night in Harrisburg.
A Dauphin County borough is investing millions into what officials there hope is a permanent fix for persistent water quality issues in its …
Jill Jacobs lives in the old Progress development. She says drivers race through the 3500 block of Schoolhouse Lane.