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A candidate running for the seat of U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta is alleging that a Hazleton police officer accosted one of his supporters and confiscated nomination petitions from her while she was collecting signatures in the city.
Millersville University officials confirmed Friday that Dauphin County District Attorney Edward Marsico Jr.'s son and another student athlete were expelled from the university.
Dauphin County will host a resource fair for teenagers and young adults 10 a.m.-1 p.m. March 15 at Greater Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 212 N. Progress Ave., Susquehanna Township.
A Middletown man sexually assaulted a Borough woman with special needs, and then told her "Don't tell anyone, it's our secret," Borough police allege.
A 43-year-old man from Middletown is being charged with rape and sexually assaulting a woman with special needs.
John Philip Patterson, 43, raped and assaulted the woman in her Middletown home in July, then told her not to tell anyone because it was their secret, police said in a news release Friday.
A new report shows the number of security incidents in Pennsylvania courtrooms rose in 2013, but courts officials say they believe the increase is due to better reporting.
Police in Dauphin County arrest a Harrisburg man on indecent assault charges involving a 9 year old girl.
A Dauphin County caregiver faces multiple charges of stealing from an elderly couple.
Slot machine revenue at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course tumbled nearly 15.5 percent in February from a year ago, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported Thursday.
The premiere Dauphin County Women's Expo will be held at the Hershey Lodge, 325 University Drive, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 22. OLP Events will bring together women of all ages for shopping, entertainment, inspiration and relaxation and to learn about exciting products and services, according to a news release.
Gregg Harris, left, and Tyrone Hill, are both being sought by Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County.
Jason Kutulakis, lawyer for Susquehanna Twp. School District Superintendent Susan Kegerise, said she will not be withdrawing her legal action in Dauphin County court against two school board members who, until recently, had been suing her.
Swatara Township commissioners plan to hire a general ordinance enforcement officer to supplement the one person office they have now.
Susquehanna Township police filed charges Tuesday against a 49-year-old woman who they said made thousands of dollars in purchases using the credit card of an elderly couple she had been hired to assist.