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Staples which calls itself the world's largest office products company has announced the closing of 225 of its North American stores by the end of next year.
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Open Stage of Harrisburg's annual production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" will be held at Whitaker Center on March 8. This month alone there are 15 different plays being performed.
A Midstate man is struggling to pay his veterinary bills after losing everything in a fire.
Police in Dauphin County arrest a Harrisburg man on indecent assault charges involving a 9 year old girl.
Dust was flying around the city's Public Works location on S. 19th Street as crews were swiftly working to pack up and move out.
A Harrisburg woman has been arrested on allegations that she was financially abusing an elderly couple whom she was hired to assist, according to police.
They are, Codes Administrator David Patton said this week, owners the city has been dealing with for while, and "have had a difficult time getting compliance with."
A former Pennsylvania real-estate developer will spend seven years behind bars for fraud and money laundering related to an unfinished $28 million commerce center in the state capital.
A Harrisburg man arrested for raping two women during separate incidents last summer has been charged with the rape of a third woman.
Three Cedar Crest student council members were chosen to attend a Youth Advocacy Summit in Harrisburg recently, where they were able to discuss local, state, and national issues that affect schools and the community.
After a little setback with some sneaky cold air into Thursday, temperatures will rebound Friday into the weekend around Harrisburg, Pa.
The renovations for the Eckert Seamans law firm at its office at 213 Market St. included renovations to floors seven, eight and nine.
The average gas price in the area has increased 1 cent from yesterday while the lowest price remains the same, according to GasBuddy.com.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett says he's still working on a plan to change the state's system of liquor stores but isn't giving any new information about what might eventually be enacted.
For the second time in less than a year, a state court has upheld a life prison term for a Dauphin County man convicted of killing a co-conspirator in a fraud against the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union.
Shawn 'Skooby' Moran talks with a friend at the Midway Tavern on Tuesday. Moran said he was in favor of the gaming license.