Deep underground in Harrisburg sits the Pennsylvania Treasury vault. Built in 1939, it’s housing a stash of cash that could belong to you.
Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman says an investigative grand jury has been empaneled to hear testimony in unsolved homicides…
Hundreds of men gathered in Harrisburg to make a difference through reading on Monday.
The board of commissioners in Hampden Township approved plans on Thursday for the expansion of the Greenlin Dog Kennel on Lamb’s Gap Road.
Dozens gathered Monday night before the Spring Grove School Board meeting to call for board member Matt Jansen to step down.
Hershey Entertainment & Resorts is holding a job fair Tuesday for Springtime in the Park and summer positions at Hersheypark.
Hardware store shelves are filled with products designed to improve your lawn and garden, but home gardeners are encouraged to learn more ab…
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has made it clear in recent weeks that his office doesn’t just focus on bookkeeping and making sure the do…
Randy Snyder has chronic renal disease; kidney failure as a result of diabetes.
Whether you’re shopping online or swiping your card at a store, hackers have lots of opportunities to steal your identity. In 2015 alone, $1…
Changes to Harrisburg’s parking system aim to make it easier — and cheaper — to visit the city, and officials say the roll-out through the…
Three children became sick after drinking apple juice at a Lancaster County restaurant, police said.
Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the state should consider legalizing marijuana to help it fix its budget problems.
A black-and-white world transformed for a little boy.
A Steelton church planned a service after bomb threats were made against Jewish community centers in York and Harrisburg last week.
It’s projected to cost almost $3 million and will add about an additional 7,000 square feet.
A local non-profit will be offering free heart screenings for students.
A York County mother is determined to get her kids away from screens and video games, using science and technology.
Two young New Jersey brothers have become internet sensations after a video was posted of them tossing a rubber
A free event will be held today to raise awareness about Lyme disease.