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3 hrs ago | York Dispatch
Four Republicans competing for the new 169th House district are among the candidates to be featured at an all-GOP breakfast and debate Saturday, March 15. The forum is being hosted by the anti-abortion, "pro-family" Christian group ACTION, Americans for Christian Traditions In Our Nation.
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7 hrs ago | Evening Sun
The simmering feud between establishment Republicans in Pennsylvania and the party's wing of anti-establishment conservatives is exploding into the public in a way it rarely, if ever, has.
7 hrs ago | The York Daily Record
Some local college and high school officials say they hope changes coming to the SAT will help level the playing field for students and measure what they're really learning in classrooms.
7 hrs ago | ABC 27
The 16-year-old driver and two other juvenile passengers were taken to York Hospital by ambulance.
11 hrs ago | PennLive.com
A 13-year-old girl was transported Saturday to Hershey Medical Center with serious injuries after a crash in southern York County, state police said.
Crews with the state Department of Transportation use a pothole patcher to add oil and stones to repair the potholes on East Main Street in Dallastown.
Pennsylvania law requires grocery applicants to serve food with seating for 30 customers and to maintain a separate cash register to allow for beer purchases.
A driver was transported to a hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries after a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 83 near Harrisburg this afternoon, according to police.
The Honorable John H. Fishel shakes his son Brett's hand after administering the oath of office during a Southern Police Commission meeting Wednesday March 5, 2014.
Andy Surguy is closing Video Tymes. The store, one of the few remaining video stores in the county, will close its doors March 31 after 22 years in business.
Firefighters were called to the house on Church Street just before 6:30 Thursday night.
A Midstate-based research organization says job growth in Pennsylvania has slowed steadily over the past three years and has lagged behind a national economic recovery.
The panel was made up of the following guests: Karl Qualls, Dickinson College; R. Craig Nation, Dickinson College; Marybeth Ulrich, U.S. Army War College and Russell Bova, Dickinson College, moderator.
A Midstate man is struggling to pay his veterinary bills after losing everything in a fire.
Two Lancaster men are indicted on federal bank robbery charges. The indictment were unsealed today against Kyle Costello, 27 and Matthew Hill, 29, both of Lancaster.
Live-fire exercises using 60-millimeter and 81-millimeter mortars and demolition training using military-grade explosives are planned for Friday through Sunday and again on March 14-15, according to Tech.
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.