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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

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Mom of 3 deals with agony after police shoot, kill gun-wielding husband in Dauphin County

Pennsylvania State Police said troopers shot and killed Mitchell Shuller early Tuesday after he refused orders to drop his gun.

By Matt Miller/PennLive

Chair of the Dauphin County commissioners to retire

Republican Jeff Haste is stepping down two years before his term is up in Dauphin County to start a new business. In 2003, he was appointed to fill a vacancy the board and became chairman just a year later.

By Julia Agos

Mass COVID-19 vaccination site set to open Tuesday in Dauphin County

Dauphin County Commissioner Mike Pries says HACC is an ideal site because it’s centrally located and easily accessible.

By Julia Agos

Midstate prison amends search policies for the first time in more than two decades

The 10 policies at the Dauphin County Prison include directives on cell searches, “shakedown” operations and cavity and strip searches. The rules are either new or revisions from existing statutes that had not been updated since 1995.

By Julia Agos