Lower Paxton police are looking for a suspect in an early morning burglary.
Harrisburg City Councilman Jeffrey Baltimore announced Friday that he will officially resign from his position effective Aug. 11.
The ACLU of Pennsylvania and the Community Justice Project are again threatening to sue the Harrisburg Area School District.
A Friday afternoon thunderstorm dumped heavy rain that quickly filled the flood-prone areas of Harrisburg.
Police are asking for the help to identify a motorcyclist who died after a crash Thursday afternoon.
Police investigating a pair of thefts at a Lowe’s home improvement store are asking for the public’s help to identify their suspect.
Dauphin County’s 10th annual Cultural Fest is set for Friday evening.
Harrisburg police are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that happened Thursday afternoon.
The Salvation Army spent months making the pantry a shopping market experience.
Prosecutors say two drug dealers who forced addicts into crime and sex acts may face additional charges because more victims have come forwa…
The athletic treasurer of a Dauphin County school district has been charged for writing checks to herself using funds from an account she ma…
Police in Dauphin County are asking for the public’s help to identify someone accused of using a cloned debit card.
State police say 25 of 37 school buses failed an inspection this week at Boyo Transportation Services in Harrisburg.
A Dauphin County man was arrested Friday and charged after an investigation into the sharing of child pornography.
Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the person who robbed a discount store Wednesday night.
Two water main breaks Thursday morning caused low pressure for certain Suez water customers in Lower Paxton Township.
Mecum Auto Auction has launched its show at the Farm Show Complex with about 1,000 vehicles expected to hit the auction block.
Live like a local. It’s the unofficial slogan for Airbnb.
Heavy rain dumped by a severe thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon flooded streets, stranded drivers, and damaged cars in parts of Pennsylvania’…
A homeless man will serve up to five years in state prison for breaking into a Dauphin County building.