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One tangible way Master Gardeners donate their knowledge is by planting and caring for teaching gardens where home gardeners can see superior plants and helpful techniques in action.
Waste is being used to grow crops on a farm. But neighbors are upset because the feces is coming from people.
A Cumberland County-based payroll firm is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit over a large-scale hacking attack on the company, or at least to prevent the complaint from becoming a class-action case.
Governor Tom Corbett and the Obama Administration reached a deal Thursday that will allow more Pennsylvanians to get affordable health care insurance.
Saying they were impressed with the automotive training Cumberland Perry Area Vocational Technical School provides, the Mustang Club of Central Pennsylvania will award $300 to one of the school's students during the annual "Mustang Roundup'' on Saturday at the Carlisle Fairgrounds.
They outlined concerns that it is taking county 911 dispatchers a long time to respond to police officers' calls and traffic stops.
The owners of a dog that attacked an 8-year-old boy in Steelton will be cited for several dog law violations, police said.
Stephanie Wilkerson was enjoying a glass of wine on her porch Monday night when she looked up in the sky and saw something that caught her attention.
Hampden Township workers spread treated human waste, referred to as biosolids, in a field along Union Hall Road in North Middleton Township at Ken Wickard's farm near Route 74 on August 28, 2014.
The Cumberland County Law Enforcement Memorial under construction earlier this month.
A Cumberland County couple was arrested after police said they found deplorable and unsafe living conditions in their home, including multiple piles of feces on their children's beds.
Fire destroyed the East Coast Exotic Animals Rescue in Hamiltonban Township. All of the pets except for two house cats were saved.
A strong stench of urine, piles of feces on beds, and a decomposing cat. That's what East Pennsboro Township Police found when they entered a home in Cumberland County on Monday.
A Cumberland County man and woman have admitted stealing $3,600 worth of jewelry at a July 4 family picnic in Montoursville, then selling it in Mechanicsburg.
One of the men accused of holding a family at gunpoint at their home during a robbery faces up to 10 years in state prison.
In the last few years the Adams County man has been convicted of a burglary, an attempted murder and two murder-for-hire plots, one of which targeted a county judge.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:58 am
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