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LeeMarie Fisher of Camp Hill bicycles weekly to her job at Holy Spirit Health System in Cumberland County.
Increasing costs at the Cumberland County Prison may be locking up the county's efforts to save money all around.
The turnpike commission unveiled roads signs Wednesday morning, officially increasing the speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph for the first time in Pennsylvania.
Cofer Norman Lybrand, 20, of Dickinson Township, is charged with several felony sex crimes after he was accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.
The federal government is looking to place tens of thousands of children who have come across the border in the past year, and some will be coming to a Cumberland County children's home.
A North Middleton Township man will serve at least three years in state prison on a firearms charge, but this likely won't be the last time Warren G. Bennett II appears before a Cumberland County judge.
PennDOT says preparatory work begins Wednesday, July 23 on a 5-mile section of Route 34 in Dickinson and South Middleton townships, Cumberland County.
The 73-year-old Newville man who was sentenced to a term that is effectively life in state prison for the sexual abuse of four children wants to have a new trial.
This past weekend at The Grove brought together The World of Outlaws and the Pennsylvania Posse to the 75-year-old Cumberland County speedway.
Some of the unaccompanied children at the center of the border crisis, who are mostly from Central America, will be given temporary housing in Cumberland County.
Silver Spring Township will be closing access to Woods Drive at the intersection of Route 114 for a signalization project beginning July 28. The east and west sides of Woods Drive will be closed until around October 15, according to a township news release.
John Westbrook, center, leaves the Cumberland County Courthouse in Carlisle with his family on July 17, 2014.
A New Cumberland man faces DUI charges after police say they stopped him for weaving dangerously and found he had his two children in his vehicle.
Police in Middlesex Township issued a call for the public's help Monday as they continue investigating a attempted child abduction in the Country Manor Mobile Home Park.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 12:45 am
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