A local faith-based nonprofit is trying to do something good to help struggling families get back on their feet.
Kathy Quarles talks about primrose, pansy baskets, and all those beautiful spring-blooming plants we can plant soon.
Police in York County are investigating several reports of ATM skimming in Newberry Township.
Michael Young has left his role as president and CEO of PinnacleHealth, effective immediately.
Twenty one people are out of their homes after a fire in Lancaster County.
York County’s child protection agency was overwhelmed by high staff turnover for years, and changes to the state’s child abuse reporting law…
There is no winter break for Hersheypark employees who use the off-season to inspect rides.
Taro Landis was sworn in Wednesday night as the new chief of police in Carlisle.
The road work will affect a portion of I-83 and two of its bridges.
Insurance companies say there are a few things you should do if your house suffers storm damage.
Could a lot of screen time not be so bad for kids?
Losing a job is stressful enough, but the people in Pennsylvania who are supposed to help have only added to the anxiety in recent months.
There are a number of emotional videos coming out of the McCaskey High School campus.
Cumberland County is addressing problems with Airbnb hosts not paying the county’s hotel tax. The county is kicking off a social media campa…
Every year, one in four older adults fall, and about 20 percent of those that fall, are seriously injured. Consumer Reports has some simple …
Harrisburg’s community policing coordinator is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Dauphin County commissioners on Wednesday doled out millions of dollars in local share gaming grants to municipalities and other groups.
First graders at Nancy Grayson Elementary School in Shippensburg are getting national recognition for being polite.
From the flu to strep throat to pink eye, local physicians are reporting a lot of illnesses in area children this week.
Attorney Corky Goldstein says Jewish people don’t see anti-Semitism under every rock, but the history of hate runs deep.