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orange road closed sign hanging in middle of street. Can see colorful, newer row homes.

Sinkhole Solution Nears: City fronts costs for project’s first phase as it waits to receive national grants.

March 29, 2017 | by Danielle Roth

Sinkholes badly damaged these 53 homes on the 1400-block of S. 14th Street in 2014. Harrisburg will move forward with… Read More
image of Public Works Department building, located at former Brenner autodealership

Forcing the Sale: City Weighs Eminent Domain to Obtain Public Works Facility

March 23, 2017 | by Danielle Roth

The Public Works Department, which manages public infrastructure and waste collection, has operated out of this Paxton Street facility since… Read More

Weekend Roundup with Sara Bozich

March 23, 2017 | by Sara Bozich

Thanks to everyone who came out for our Pop-Up Happy Hour at Strawberry Square last night! We had a great… Read More
A fire broke out on the 2500-block of Lexington Street in Uptown Harrisburg.

“United Front of Community:” How to help families displaced by recent fires.

March 21, 2017 | by Danielle Roth

A fire broke out on the 2500-block of Lexington Street in Uptown Harrisburg. Two separate fires on Lexington and Walnut… Read More

Idea Factory: Blackberry Technology Center Opens Downtown

March 21, 2017 | by Lawrance Binda

Harristown CEO Brad Jones, state Sen. John DiSanto, Mayor Eric Papenfuse and Harrisburg University President Eric Darr were among those… Read More
Harrisburg Education Association President Jody Barksdale addressed the school board at last night's meeting.

Harrisburg Schools Update: Board, Teachers Union Address Disruptive Student Behavior

March 21, 2017 | by Danielle Roth

Harrisburg Education Association President Jody Barksdale addressed the school board at last night’s meeting. When a student has an outburst… Read More

Weekend Roundup with Sara Bozich

March 16, 2017 | by Sara Bozich

March Madness is here (and Matness, ask my husband). Brackets lock at NOON TODAY, so be sure to JOIN our… Read More

Plan, Timeline Set For Lt. DeVoe Funeral Procession

March 15, 2017 | by Lawrance Binda

The steps of the PA state Capitol will serve as a staging and viewing area for the funeral procession of… Read More

Here It Comes: Pending Storm Prompts Snow Emergency

March 13, 2017 | by Lawrance Binda

If forecasters have it right, we’re in for a repeat tomorrow of this wintry scene along Reily Street in Harrisburg… Read More

Meet a Muslim: Conversation, learning on the streets of Harrisburg.

March 13, 2017 | by Susan Ryder

Amy, Luke and Liam Kelton (center), with several members of the Hadee Mosque, stopped by to “Meet a Muslim” on… Read More
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