What happened around Harrisburg last week? Here’s a summary of news and events that you may have missed.
Harrisburg city administration briefed City Council on a proposed five-year financial plan for the city, which shows essentially a flat operating budget through 2023. The city and the state-appointed Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority must approve a plan before Harrisburg can exit Act 47. Click here for the full story.
Harrisburg school board candidates held their final debate before the May 21 primary election. Once again, the stage was left to the challengers, as no incumbents (with one brief exception) showed up to engage in the discussion. Click here for the full story.
Harrisburg voters will experience changes to their polling locations in three wards. Voters in the 6th Ward, the 11th Ward and the 9th Ward, 2nd Precinct will have new voting sites for the May 21 primary. Click here for the full story.
Sara Bozich listed more than 100 things to do for this weekend, with something to suit about every taste and interest. Click here for the full story.
Sprint soon will open a new store inside of Strawberry Square. The store will occupy space on the first floor recently vacated by GNC. Click here for the full story.
Additional stories from TheBurg Daily over the past week:
Allison Hill stakeholders wonder why their neighborhood was selected for a medical marijuana facility.
Andrew Guth is our “Artist in Focus” for the month of May.
Cost of housing is on our editor’s mind as he ponders the question: What can you buy for $200,000?
Harrisburg Symphony Youth Orchestra will hold its annual Mother’s Day concert this weekend.
Our Musical Notes columnist opines on several shows this month that aren’t exactly youth-oriented.
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