Dover man tied to five burglaries in Lemoyne where copper piping was stolen, police say
Jeremiah Michael Todd, 34, is accused of breaking into vacant homes in Lemoyne and New Cumberland and stealing copper piping from basements, according to police.
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Treasurer McCord Appoints Jacqueline Cook to Chair Tax Appeal Board...
Jacqueline A. Cook of New Cumberland will become the first chairperson of the newly constituted Board of Finance and Revenue Jacqueline A. Cook when it begins operating under its revised statute this month.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
New Cumberland Navy veteran surprised with World War II medals 68 years later
Glenn Hyatt receives his World War II service medals from U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, as state Rep. Sheryl Delozier looks on.
Proposals would streamline Pa. tax code for businesses next year
A group of state lawmakers announced a package of bills Tuesday they say would make it easier for Pennsylvania small businesses to file their taxes next year.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Vegetables that come back year after year: George Weigel
Most gardeners think of vegetables as crops that you plant each spring, harvest each summer and yank out in fall to start all over the next year.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Palmyra soon to move into new digs
PALMYRA >> The next meeting of the Palmyra Borough Council could be its last in the existing building.
School on the Susquehanna River
Seventh graders from St. Theresa's School in New Cumberland: from left: Patrick Connoly, Noelle Chavey, Arden Cudahy, Hannah Brenkacs, Andrea Repetz, Mckenna Brown and Meggie Goodrich listen to educator Pete Secka, during a water quality exercise on one of the islands in the Susquehanna River in the Susquehanna Watershed Education Program sponsored ... (more)
New Cumberland man who stuck sword through door at roommates sentenced to time served
On Tuesday, one of the roommates from an October incident involving both alcohol and a sword received a time-served sentence.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Pennsylvania Mystery Species: The Answer and The Winners
Pennsylvania Mystery Species, a weekly, serial contest about the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania, concludes today with the answer.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
New Cumberland man accused of firing bullet through wall of neighbor's occupied home
A New Cumberland man was arrested Wednesday after police said he used a gun to fire a bullet that went through the wall of a neighbor's home and endangered a woman and her children.
York County man arrested after botched copper piping theft in New Cumberland, police say
Jeremiah M. Todd, 34, of the 2000 block of Red Bank Road, admitted that he attempted to steal copper piping from a vacant New Cumberland home that was for sale, according to police.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Team volunteers to search Memorial Lake for Kortne Stouffer
Lebanon County District Attorney David Arnold has given the go-ahead for a New Cumberland search and rescue team to scour Memorial Lake for the body of a missing Palmyra woman.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Tip jar thief caught on camera is caught by police
On March 12, abc27 News aired surveillance video of a man taking cash out of a tip jar at a Cumberland County coffee shop.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Carlisle Area School Board to move forward with private food service search
The Carlisle Area School Board on Thursday voted to move forward with requests for proposals from private food service companies to take over its districtwide cafeteria services, as well as approved the low-bid for improvements to one of its elementary schools.
West Shore School District finalizes plan to keep graduation, last...
It's official. West Shore School District students will have the same dates for this year's high school graduations and last day of school despite the district racking up a total of eight snow days this winter.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Residents living without gas heat, clean tap water, demand answers after latest sinkhole opens in Harrisburg
While initially shocked when a sinkhole swallowed the street and part of a neighbor's yard earlier Thursday, 14th Street resident Nikole Stewart is now ready for answers.