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Every year, Penn State Harrisburg commissions a play to be performed on Martin Luther King Day to highlight some aspect of African-American heritage and culture and to honor the late civil right leader's commitment to diversity and equality.
Pharmacist Frank DeGroot holds a bottle of OxyContin at the Belvidere Pharmacy in Belvidere, N.J. OxyContin is one of the prescription drugs Pennsylvania physicians would like to moniitor through a prescription drug database.
The latest TV ad by Gov. Tom Corbett's campaign is opening a new front in the Republican's mass communication strategy, making President Barack Obama a central figure in the attack on Democratic front-runner Tom Wolf.
A Dauphin County judge has sided with a trust managed by a prominent developer and ordered the city of Harrisburg to condemn a home on Hamilton Street by the end of this week.
But that's not the only piece of the Pennsylvania liquor code that consumers - especially those who are new to the Keystone State - can have a hard time wrapping their minds around.
Next summer, 300 third through fifth graders in Harrisburg could be spending three weeks at a free camp focusing on science, technology, engineering and math skills.
A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he had resided in Haywood County since 1993.
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Franklyn Tavares-Gonzalez, 25, has been charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, and firing a weapon in the city, police said in a news release.
PSEC, a statewide LGBT student organization, received a $100,000 grant from Queer Youth Fund of the Liberty Hill Foundation, the only national grant program that specifically supports the work of LGBT youth-led organizations.
The Trinity Church of God on North 4th St. in Harrisburg has been evacuated due to structural instabilities.
The 'barn-raising' will take place Saturday, Sept. 6 in this city park, at Fourth and Emerald Streets uptown.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court last week denied a request from former state Rep. Steve Stetler to hear additional arguments on the appeal of his public- corruption conviction.
A Harrisburg defense attorney has been charged with driving under the influence and two summary offenses, according to court documents.
Maurice Henderson, 33, also of New York, received a sentence Wednesday that also calls for 10 years of supervised release following his prison term.
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