Water Break Closes Roads In Shaler TownshipShaler Township Police announced road closures after a water break this evening.
GOP Stalwart Donor Says He’ll Pay Trump Rally Security TabThe Republican Party’s failed candidate for governor in Pennsylvania last year says he’ll pick up the tab for municipal police to provide protection for President Donald Trump’s rally in Hershey on Tuesday after residents complained about picking up the $20,000 tab for Trump rallies in 2016 and 2017.
Ambulance Struck By Tractor-Trailer While Responding To Another CrashMedics responding to a multi-vehicle crash on I-279 South were struck by a tractor trailer on Monday.
$18K Raised For Firefighters Who Tried Saving Dog From BlazeA Pennsylvania man whose home was destroyed in a September fire has raised $18,000 to thank the firefighters who extinguished the flames and tried to save his dog.
Local Paralyzed Sportsman Finds Freedom In New WheelchairWith just a few days left in firearm deer season, many local hunters are trying to bag one last buck or two.
Pennsylvania Battles Severe Rise In Flu Cases, Up Over A Thousand PercentPennsylvania is battling rising numbers of flu cases. Five people have already died from the flu but not in this region of the state.
Mother Donates Organs Of Child Killed In Thanksgiving CrashAn Ohio mother donated the organs of the 18-month-old daughter she lost in a Thanksgiving Day car crash, the Springfield News-Sun reported Monday.
Police Arrest Four Involved In Fraud Check Scheme, Stole Money From Educational OrganizationFour people have been arrested in a local fraudulent check scheme on Monday.
Pennsylvania Warns County Over Defying Voting Machine EdictA Pennsylvania county would lose out on millions of dollars in aid and almost certainly be sued if it refuses to buy new voting machines before Dec. 31.
Port Authority Looking For Man Who Punched Bus Driver In FaceThe Port Authority Police Department is requesting help identifying a man who allegedly punched a bus driver in the face.
WV Attorney General Urges Atlantic Coast Pipeline Construction To ContinueAttorneys generals from 18 states are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to allow construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to continue.