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Decarcerate PA Marching Through Norristown, Collegeville to Stop Prison Expansions
Decarcerate PA, an anti-prison activist group, has organized a 10-day march from Philadelphia to Harrisburg beginning Saturday, and will spend the weekend walking through Norristown and Collegeville to Pottstown, stopping for a protesting to end prison expansions along the way.
Fri May 24, 2013
AmVets post replaces man's stolen wheelchair
A veterans organization has stepped up to help a Lancaster man who had his wheelchair stolen from his home this week.
Fulton Financial promotes Michael J. DePorter to senior vice...
Trade Talk showcases the businesses in the midstate and the people who make them work.
Police identify suspects in robbery/burglary of Harrisburg cell phone store
Police have identified three suspects in a strong armed robbery and burglary of a Harrisburg cell phone store.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Papenfuse may face rematch for Harrisburg mayor
The runner-up in Harrisburg's Democratic mayoral primary could get another shot at Democratic nominee Eric Papenfuse - this time as a Republican.
Harrisburg police seek third suspect accused of cell phone store robberies
Harrisburg police have arrested two men and are searching for a third who are accused of robbing a cell phone store on North 3rd Street twice this month.
Police: Man accidentally shot himself with sawed-off shotgun
A Harrisburg man is recuperating from a gunshot wound from his own sawed-off shotgun, according to Harrisburg Police.
Should Harrisburgers feel dissed by part of Gov. Corbett's 'Latino' remarks? Matt Zencey
In the hoo-hah over Gov. Tom Corbett's remarks about not having Latinos on his immediate staff, something got overlooked.
Harrisburg man charged in crash that injured officer, bystander
A Harrisburg man has been charged in an April 20 crash that injured a city police officer and a bystander in the 2400 block of N. 6th Street.
Pa. utility commission says PPL can add new charge
Pennsylvania regulators have given the green light to PPL Electric Utilities to begin charging customers a new fee to fund system improvements.
Plan approved to build Sam's Club in Silver Spring Township
The Silver Spring Township board of commissioners voted in favor of the plan at their Wednesday board meeting.
Thu May 23, 2013
12 Central Pa. Businesses Recognized by State
A dozen Central Pa. companies earned recognition at the first Governor's ImPAct Awards.
The Lebanon Daily News
Elevator motor problem forces Capitol evacuation
No one was injured, but Harrisburg firefighters were called to the scene early Thursday afternoon.
Summer festivals in Harrisburg
The kids are out of school and summer has finally turned full bloom. Time to take a break from work and online business school to enjoy some family fun! This weekend is the perfect time kick off the summer at one of these festivals .
Hugs, sobs follow guilty plea in Harrisburg homicide by vehicle case
For 10 months, 22-year-old Jordan Johnston fought for life after a speeding drunken driver blew through a Harrisburg intersection and slammed into her car.
Convicted bank robber indicted for escape
A former California man has been indicted on charges he escaped from a Harrisburg halfway house while serving a federal bank robbery sentence.
Police in Harrisburg seeking three for questioning in city's latest homicide investigation
Detectives in Harrisburg are still seeking three individuals for questioning in the May 8 shooting death of Robert Diggs Jr., the city's eighth homicide victim of the year.
After a chase from Scranton to Syracuse, accused killer surrendered without a fight
Wanted in Scranton for murder, Ryan Harding gave himself over to a Syracuse, N.Y., police Tuesday night quietly, unarmed and with his hands up while officers swept a large housing project.
Some criticize Corbett remark on Latinos on staff
A brief exchange of comments videotaped during an effort to reach out to Latino leaders last week in Philadelphia has created a new wave of controversy for Gov.
Wed May 22, 2013
Harrisburg busted their Butts
When I said Harrisburg opts out of growing up, it was supposed to make people want to prove me wrong so I can "stop throwing their city under the bus". There are a lot of fires burning in Harrisburg PA and the last thing this city needed was to have more fuel thrown on the fire by their very own mayoral candidate Lewis L. Butts Jr., who was charged ... (more)