It’s projected to cost almost $3 million and will add about an additional 7,000 square feet.
A local church is planning an interfaith prayer service after recent bomb threats at Jewish Community Centers across the country.
A man was apprehended Friday morning, accused of pulling multiple handguns on a Pennsylvania State Police trooper.
Seven people, four adults and three children are out of their home after a fire in Steelton on Saturday morning.
Penbrook police are looking for the driver who struck their station and caused minor damage to the building.
The Milton Hershey School greenhouse was a safe house for the Republican congressman. But frustration toward his GOP colleagues is in full b…
Dozens of steel workers at a Dauphin County plant will be laid off effective Monday, cutting the company’s central Pennsylvania workforce by…
Pennsylvania’s Senate Democrats say they are in contact with the FBI after a “ransomware” cyberattack shut down their computer systems.
Check out this impressive footage of a snow squall barreling through the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg.
ArcelorMittal will lay off dozens of workers at its Steelton plant.
Police say a further investigation of damaged headstones at a Swatara Township cemetery found no evidence of criminal activity.
Some military veterans attending Penn State Harrisburg are getting a financial salute from local Rotarians.
PinnacleHealth runs the center along North Third Street in Harrisburg.
Parents have concerns after a registered sex offender moved into a home fewer than 500 feet from the new high school.
The 15th annual Pennsylvania Horse World Expo kicked off Thursday in Harrisburg.
A local faith-based nonprofit is trying to do something good to help struggling families get back on their feet.
Michael Young has left his role as president and CEO of PinnacleHealth, effective immediately.
Electronics and appliance retailer Hhgregg announced it is closing 88 stores, including four in the midstate, as it struggles to turn a prof…
Police are looking for two burglars who smashed a large window to get inside a Swatara Township business.
State police in Lykens say a scam artist used a FBI ruse to defraud a Gratz woman of more than $500.