Mr. President and the First Lady have a nest in the National Arboretum in the nation's capital.
First the bad news: Pennsylvania’s bridges continue to be ranked among the worst in the nation.
Publicity surrounding the Affordable Care Act's benefits may be meeting supporters' goals. More people view the health law favorably than at any point in nearly seven years.
March is a good month for wine-lovers in Central Pennsylvania, as the Mason Dixon Wine Trail hosts Tour de Tanks on weekends throughout the month.
Here's where you can get the sweet, doughy Pa Dutch tradition on Fat Tuesday.
The doctor sent a series of texts to one of his accusers, including one telling her to "watch out."
A community forum focuses on health care in York
Europe's generous social-welfare systems have been exploited by Islamic State militants.
Instead of performing this April, the singer will headline next year's festival.
Jeff Gormley, owner and operator of Thunder Ridge Vineyards, gives a tour of the wine making process.
Construction crews have started placing panels for sound barriers along Interstate 83 South at the Mount Rose interchange.
Irmgard Stieger-Johns of Wrightsville came to America after World War II and sees some parallels between then and now.
Six restaurants have opened in York County since the beginning of 2017, and four more are expected to open in March.
A Palmyra man, awaiting trial on charges he murdered his mother, is also heading to court on charges he spit on a Lebanon County correctional officer.
Police said guns and ammo were found all over the Greencastle home where the man's son is accused of shooting and killing another teen.
Springettsbury Township supervisors voted to rezone the corner of East Market Street and Mount Zion Road. Watch as supervisors talk about their decision.
When the battle over whether Washington Township should change school districts began, Heather Dengler's daughter was in fifth grade.
Police arrest 24 at protest spurred by video of confrontation between officer, teens.
The man and his wife were accused of sexually assaulting the kids.
Zack Zortman, formerly of the local band The AKT, was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor last fall. After undergoing surgery to have it removed, Zortman wrote and recorded a new song that will be released soon.
Caitlyn Jenner is taking President Donald Trump to task for his administration's reversal of a directive on transgender access to public school bathrooms.
This week in the wrap-up: Kohl's kleptomania crew, after-school exposure and never too old for nudity.
J.C. Penney (JCP) plans to close up to 140 stores and offer buyouts to 6,000 workers as the department-store industry sags in competition with online sellers and nimble niche retailers.
Suspicious mail and domestic arguments in this version of the Hanover-area police log.
A sleeping family was awoken by their dog barking, alerting them their house, in the 3800 block of Mercersburg Road, was on fire just after 1 a.m. Thursday, according to Dale Carbaugh, fire chief at MMP&W Volunteer Fire Company.
Springettsbury Township supervisors unanimously approved a controversial rezoning for the corner of East Market Street and Mount Zion Road — where the Modernaire Motel stands — on Thursday evening.
A Community Health Conversation was held at Martin Library on Feb. 23, 2017, sponsored by Family First Health, the York Daily Record and WITF.
A West Manchester Township Police officer was charged Thursday with possessing child pornography, according to the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General.
A contentious tax on sweetened drinks poured an estimated $5.7 million into Philadelphia's coffers in January.
The Texas senator also calls liberals "bat-crap crazy."