Local students are saving thousands of dollars on college before they graduate high school.
The federal government wants everyone to eventually have a so-called Real ID.
A woman is facing charges in the death of her infant son at a Middletown home last year.
This week, several providers are issuing warnings about strep throat, and say the symptoms may not be what parents expect.
President Donald Trump’s proposed 36-percent cut in federally subsidized crop insurance program over a period of a decade has caught the att…
Marines he served with keep in touch with each other and the woman they affectionately call “Mother Mary,” who is 95 years young.
According to the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association, one-third of the food we eat comes from insect-pollinated plants.
Major industries in Pennsylvania are finding themselves strapped for workers.
Attitudes about money and spending habits run deep. We learn early in life to be spenders or savers, so when there’s a tricky financial deci…
A new contractor means new trucks keeping Harrisburg streets clean.
As part of an effort to cover more public meetings, ABC27 learned about Mechanicsburg Borough’s new park security and police dog protection.
This is turning out to be a berry good year for strawberries. Some are already ripe and juicy for the picking.
A man has been arrested for a hit-and-run crash with a school bus that injured several students last week.
The state House has voted to repeal a 2012 law that bars the state from participating in the federal REAL ID Act.
Exelon Corporation says the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant is at risk of early retirement because it again failed to sell its electri…
Students at Sylvan Heights Science Charter School in Harrisburg don’t have a lot of green space in their playground, but that’s not stopping…
Saderiah Wallace was looking forward to her kidney transplant scheduled for this week, but she was notified it was canceled.
A proposed expansion of co-op sports programs between the Halifax Area and Millersburg Area School Districts has been rejected.
A big bang in Cumberland County will kick off Memorial Day weekend.
Cumberland Valley School Board voted for a 2.5 percent real estate millage tax increase on Monday night.