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Patriot-News: Breaking Midstate News

Rainy morning to give way to mild, sunny Tuesday in midstate 10/13/2015 2:08 am UTC
Tuesday, expect mostly sunny skies and a high of near 71.
Steel-High superintendent on FMLA leave through early December 10/13/2015 2:07 am UTC
The board also appointed Travis Waters, assistant to the superintendent, as the district's interim acting superintendent, effective retroactively to Oct. 8.
Solution might be in the works for fire sprinkler problems in Lower Allen Township condominium complex 10/13/2015 1:43 am UTC
The township told residents in an Aug. 24 letter they needed to upgrade their sprinkler systems, which includes installing backflow prevention devices to ensure antifreeze in the sprinkler lines do
Carroll Township seek truck traffic restriction on Spring Lane Road 10/13/2015 1:14 am UTC
The Carroll Township Board of Supervisors on Monday night voted to move forward with a plan to restrict truck traffic on Spring Lane Road.
With state budget impasse, $6.2M loan saves Steel-High from 'devastating' consequences 10/13/2015 1:09 am UTC
School board members approved the $6.2 million loan from PNC Bank Monday night.
7 sickened by drug-laced brownies in cottage at Knoebels 10/13/2015 1:09 am UTC
A 29-year-old man from New Jersey baked the brownies at home and brought them with him to the amusement park, Locust Twp. police said Monday.
6 tips to avoid Giants TE Daniel Fells' MRSA plight 10/13/2015 12:21 am UTC
MRSA, a strain of antibiotic-resistant bacterium, has long bedeviled hospital patients, nursing home residents and people in other health care facilities. Now it may end the career of a particularl
Harrisburg High School sprinkler break damages frozen food 10/13/2015 12:10 am UTC
The incident around 10:30 a.m. brought out city fire trucks and prompted a school evacuation when fire alarms sounded, said interim Chief Financial Officer Bill Gretton.
Harrisburg School District OK until January without state funding 10/12/2015 11:38 pm UTC
The board could authorize the district to seek a loan, such as a Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note, in December, to prepare for application in January, said Gretton. He said he would expect to seek
Male suspect opens fire during road rage incident in Harrisburg: Police 10/12/2015 9:48 pm UTC
Police detained the two males involved.
Police investigate possible kidnapping attempt in Lower Paxton Township 10/12/2015 9:30 pm UTC
Police said a man, who may have been wearing a mask, exited a red pickup truck and attempted to grab the 6-year-old boy.
Cumberland County withholding payment to service providers, starting hiring freeze in wake of budget impasse 10/12/2015 9:12 pm UTC
County commissioners approved the broad-sweeping policy changes during their meeting Monday.
Police respond to reports of shots fired Harrisburg, no injuries reported 10/12/2015 8:45 pm UTC
Police were dispatched to the scene at around 4:15 p.m. and initial reports that a person was shot multiple times.
Hershey teammates play in Mid-Penn AAA Girls' tennis final 10/12/2015 8:29 pm UTC
Heidi Luise Wingert defeated her Hershey High School teammate Megan Lewis 6-4, 6-3 to win the Mid-Penn AAA Girls' Tennis Championship Monday afternoon at Central Dauphin East High School in Harrisb
CEO of Reading Eagle buys The Village Voice 10/12/2015 8:28 pm UTC
The Village Voice, New York's longstanding alternative weekly, has been sold to what may appear to be an unlikely buyer.
From Patients to Prisoners: full recap of PennLive's series on mental health care 10/12/2015 7:29 pm UTC
Here's a full compilation of stories from PennLive's Patients to Prisoners series, which focuses on Pennsylvania's broken mental health care system and the transformation of our prisons into wareho
Did a Harrisburg man's words get him killed? Witness describes fatal shooting 10/12/2015 7:25 pm UTC
The witness said she saw Ronald McGruder being shot in the head.
Lower Dauphin, Bishop McDevitt soccer teams raising money to help children with cancer 10/12/2015 6:30 pm UTC
Soccer teams at Lower Dauphin and Bishop McDevitt are raising funds for a local non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to parents of children diagnosed with cancer.
Man rubbed urine-soaked clothes on woman, pulled her hair out during assault: police 10/12/2015 6:24 pm UTC
Jason Vanmeter threatened a woman and then physically assaulted her, including ripping hair from her head, police said.
No one injured in East Pennsboro Township house fire 10/12/2015 6:18 pm UTC
Two people were home and escaped injury after a house fire in East Pennsboro Township on Monday.
Homecoming surprise for Carlisle teen with Down syndrome 10/12/2015 4:51 pm UTC
Carlisle High School senior Sarah Neslund wasn't expecting to be asked to go to homecoming. But one day, Joshua Castro walked into the school cafeteria with balloons, flowers and a big sign that re



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