Polka music and the aroma of ethnic food fill the air in Sharon this weekend.
After a disappointing 2014 season, the Blue Jays look to right the ship in the newly formed Blue Division.
Last year, the Bulldogs gained 340 total yards of offense per game.
Three Pennsylvania Supreme Court candidates were in Mercer County Saturday morning drumming up support for the November election.
Salem police have detained a suspect in connection to an early Saturday morning shooting.
Obama left Washington on Friday with the first lady and daughter Sasha for a 17-day island retreat.
Medical examiners ruled baby Rizwan Ahmad’s death a homicide, but police haven’t publicly detailed how they believe he died.
Most of the estimated 1,200 people forced from their homes by the July 29 blaze have been allowed back.
Watts remains a common reference point when protests against police turn violent.
Secret waiting lists have been reported at other VA medical centers, according to U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller.
About 1 million gallons of wastewater from Colorado’s Gold King Mine began spilling Wednesday.
He had fractures on his skull, his ribs and facial bones, and bruises on his brain, according to the autopsy report.
The Columbus Dispatch reported that the percentage of inmates who failed drug tests grew 41 percent over those two years.
Police believe the woman is 24-year-old Chelsea Martinez, who was reported missing from Columbus, Ohio.
Firefighters, police and the U.S. Coast Guard responded early Saturday morning and recovered the body of a woman.
WCAX-TV reports that authorities say three people were found dead.
69-year-old Dale Stetzer of Ohio Township was killed along with 52-year-old rig driver William Cessna of Apollo.
The lawsuit had accused the company of dumping potentially cancer-causing waste from the plant.
It took Breyer and Ginsburg more than 20 years on the Supreme Court to voice their doubt about capital punishment.
1.1 million children and 500,000 college students the state will be returning to school this fall.