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Patriot-News: Breaking Midstate News

Tractor trailer brings down wires in Mechanicsburg 6/30/2016 4:50 pm UTC
A tractor trailer brought down a tree and wires on York Street in Mechanicsburg, emergency dispatch confirmed.
What is the Hershey Trust and does it have anything to do with chocolate? 6/30/2016 4:35 pm UTC
The Hershey Trust Co. is the entity that manages the Milton Hershey School Trust, the $12 billion endowment created by Milton Hershey to provide for the Milton Hershey School, a private boarding sc
Harrisburg man convicted on charges he intended to sell 280 grams of crack 6/30/2016 4:28 pm UTC
A Harrisburg man was convicted Wednesday of intending to sell more than 280 grams of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Charges dismissed against Reading cop accused of false reports 6/30/2016 4:14 pm UTC
Charges were dismissed against a Reading police officer accused of falsely accusing a woman of assaulting him and a traffic violation.
Hershey and Mondelez International: What you need to know about the companies 6/30/2016 4:02 pm UTC
Hershey Co.'s stock soared Thursday afternoon on reports that Mondelez International is making a bid for the Derry Township candy maker.
Top-rated Harrisburg nursing home expands into home care 6/30/2016 3:59 pm UTC
Harrisburg-based Homeland Center said Thursday it will begin offering personal care and medical care aimed at helping people live longer at home.  Homeland HomeCare services will begin on July
Hershey stock prices soar with takeover bid reports 6/30/2016 3:45 pm UTC
A reported takeover bid for Hershey Company by the maker of Oreos and Cadbury chocolates has boosted stock shares, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Boy, 15, arrested as part of heavily-armed heroin distribution ring in Pa. 6/30/2016 3:31 pm UTC
A drug raid in western Pennsylvania netted both raw heroin and heavy firearms, as well as one very young alleged heroin-peddler: a 15-year-old boy.
Amish in the city: Lancaster County farm families make trip to Philly zoo, with help 6/30/2016 3:25 pm UTC
The group was made up of dairy farmers, 6ABC reports. They milked the cows earlier in the morning and they tailored their trip to the zoo to be back in time to milk them 12 hours later.
Pa. police pursue early-rising masturbating man 6/30/2016 3:15 pm UTC
This suspect is an early-riser in more ways than one.
Maker of Oreos, Cadbury bidding to buy Hershey Company: Report 6/30/2016 3:04 pm UTC
A reported takeover bid for Hershey Company by the maker of Oreos and Cadbury chocolates has boosted stock shares, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Scandal-plagued Manheim Twp. School Board to vote on new superintendent 6/30/2016 2:40 pm UTC
Manheim Township School Board members will vote tonight on a new superintendent, months after the ugly public ousting of their last one.
Cab driver robbed at gunpoint in Harrisburg 6/30/2016 2:39 pm UTC
A cab driver was robbed at gunpoint in Harrisburg early Thursday while waiting for her next fare, police said.
Sex offender evaluation ordered for drug counselor who watched woman during 'breathing exercises' 6/30/2016 2:08 pm UTC
Richard Christopher Corley, 49, was sentenced to two years of probation and must undergo a sex offender evaluation for his crimes.
Mom sues Pa. jail for daughter's drug death 6/30/2016 1:55 pm UTC
A woman has sued the Allegheny County Jail in Pittsburgh for the death of her daughter from an anti-psychotic drug.
Holy Spirit names new top executive 6/30/2016 1:34 pm UTC
He previously worked at Geisinger and Wellspan.
Woman charged with prostitution after accidentally texting, propositioning officer: police 6/30/2016 1:29 pm UTC
A Mount Joy woman is being held at Lancaster County Prison on $50,000 bail after she mistakenly set up a meeting for sex with a police officer.
Supreme Court ruling could reduce penalties in some DUI cases 6/30/2016 1:00 pm UTC
Under a recent Supreme Court ruling, police in Pennsylvania are no longer permitted to threaten those suspected of driving under the influence with the highest-possible penalties for refusing to ha
Three killed in Franklin County, six near Pittsburgh, mark shooting deaths in Pa. this week 6/30/2016 12:48 pm UTC
Shootings in Franklin County and Pittsburgh topped the headlines this week around Pennsylvania, and a mother in Philadelphia is in jail after her 4-year-old fatally shot herself with a gun she foun
Pa. wine and spirits store theft was 'inside job' 6/30/2016 11:36 am UTC
It appeared to be a burglary, noticed when the state-employed staff of a Pa. Wine and Spirits shop reported for work on a Monday. Missing was $4,200 in cash. Then police dug deeper, finally finding
'He was like an institution here': Teacher on man who drowned in Marysville pool 6/29/2016 5:56 pm UTC
Whether he was helping to fold laundry at a Harrisburg non-profit housing ministry or handing out water and equipment to the East Pennsboro High School football team, Jesse Sopp made a big impact o



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