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Third party candidate sues Dauphin County for preventing him from gathering signatures 

The county said it purchased the parkland in 1980 and that deed has always prohibited political activity there.

By Robby Brod

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New details emerge on death of man held in Dauphin County Prison

Questions surround the death of an inmate in Dauphin County Prison.

By Joshua Vaughn/PennLive

Harrisburg developer says creating affordable housing means more than new apartments

George Fernandez has played in health outreach for Latinos across the state. Now, he wants to house people in need.

By Anthony Orozco

At rally, groups press Dauphin County Prison for answers about prisoners’ death

The groups say the conditions inside the prison are inhumane, and are trying to highlight allegations of poor water quality, temperature regulation and disregard to female prisoners’ personal hygiene needs.

By Gabriela Martínez

Dauphin County jail cells were ‘ice cold’ days before a prisoner died

Prisoner advocates say Dauphin County Prison’s heating and cooling system has been a problem for years.

By Brett Sholtis

Why $1 billion in rent relief isn’t keeping some Pa. tenants safe from eviction

While a long-feared wave of evictions hasn’t come to pass, a lack of coordination between programs and courts leaves some renters in a pinch.

By Charlotte Keith/Spotlight PA

Man killed while working at Three Mile Island

TMI Unit 1 owner Exelon Generation said a contract worker was fatally injured around 11 a.m. on Friday.

By Rachel McDevitt