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Harrisburg played a notable role in American history during the Westward Migration, the American Civil War, and the Industrial Revolution. Building of the Pennsylvania Canal and later the Pennsylvania Railroad allowed Harrisburg to become one of the most industrialized cities in the NE United States. The U.S. Navy ship USS Harrisburg, which served from 1918 to 1919 at the end of World War I, was named in honor of the city.
Local Newspapers: The Patriot-News The Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Harrisburg Senators (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Dixon University Center Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
Zip Codes associated with harrisburg, pennsylvania:
17101 17102 17103 17104 17110 17111 17112 17113
Towns/Cities near harrisburg, pennsylvania : Progress Rutherford Paxtang Wormleysburg Camp Hill Lemoyne Enola Colonial Park Middletown Mechanicsburg Carlisle
$400K To Aid Valley Opioid Fight
Erin Frazier, a registered nurse, discusses health insurance with Dr. Jeff Domingus at the Harrisonburg Community Health Center on Friday. The center received a $175,700 grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration on Thursday.City Needs A New High School
Why has the question of a new Harrisonburg High School become a partisan political issue? The ads by the city Republican Committee are not productive. The schools are a Harrisonburg issue properly addressed by the elected School Board, our outstanding Superintendent Dr. Kizner and the elected City Council.More Confederate Monuments Needed
Most Confederate monuments fail miserably in reflecting the diversity of those who served in Virginia's military during the War Between the States. Instead of tearing down monuments more should be built to correct that situation.Groups Study Immigrants' Fiscal Impact
NAE bills itself as a bipartisan organization of mayors and business leaders that supports immigration reforms that create jobs, according to its website. The NAE will begin studying the economic impact, including associated costs, of refugees and other immigrants in the area with the help of James Madison University economics professors, said Rebecca Sprague, community program coordinator for the Church World Service Immigration and Refugee Office.Bridgewater Sticks To Plan
A Bridgewater property owner's pleas couldn't save a Main Street building from a date with the wrecking ball. The town is sticking with demolition plans for the building at 100-102 N. Main St., Town Manager Jay Litten said at Tuesday's Town Council meeting.Ceremony Honors POW/MIA
Members of Dayton's American Legion Post 27 perform taps during the 14th annual POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at Memorial Hall on Friday. Members of American Legion Post 27 in Dayton listen to speakers during the 14th annual POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Veterans Memorial outside Memorial Hall in Harrisonburg on Friday.Annual Mennonite Relief Sale On Its Way
Grace Anderson of Aurora, Illinois, gets an aerial view of quilts for the auction with her mother, Melinda, during the 2014 Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale. Savannah McCarthy stirs boiling apple butter while her dad, Peter, fills a jar at the 2014 Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale.Briggman Not Guilty In Case
In Rockingham County General District Court on Wednesday, a judge found Dave Briggman not guilty of violating a protective order, according to court documents. A July 27 summons was issued for the 53-year-old Keezletown resident, following a complaint that he violated a protective order obtained in Augusta County by his former co-worker, Erik Schneider, the chief risk officer of Nexus Services.Blanket Drive For West Virginia Veterans Hospital Underway
Donations of new blankets can be dropped off at Roses Department Store, 450 N. Mason St., Harrisonburg, and the Broadway Supermarket, 241 W. Lee St. Warmth of Love will pick up the blankets on Oct. 15 and deliver them to the Martinsburg VA Medical Center.WVPT Vietnam Series Features Local Vets
WVPT Public Media received a grant to interview local Vietnam War veterans in advance of Ken Burns and Lynn Novack's new documentary on the war. But when the veterans started sharing their tales, Amy Roscher said, station officials knew they had to do more with the project.Supervisors OK $30.4M For Upgrades
The county will use $26 million to cover construction of Rockingham Academy and renovations at John Wayland and Pleasant Valley elementary schools. The funds will be repaid from the Virginia Public School Authority and the Virginia Resources Authority over 20 years.Next Miss Gay Harrisonburg To Be Crowned
The Miss Gay Harrisonburg pageant is a bittersweet moment each year for Jayda Knight, CEO of Rhinestone Productions and drag persona of Chad Sager, when the reigning queen takes her last bow and passes the title off to the newly crowned winner. The current Miss Gay Harrisonburg, Carrie Monroe, will open the show and give two more performances throughout the night.Pictures Of The Past
Beverly Silver, a retired James Madison University biology professor, examines the fine details of an artist's rendition of colonial Harrisonburg at the opening reception Monday for "Picturing Harrisonburg," the inaugural exhibition of the Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. Beverly Silver, a retired James Madison University biology professor, examines the fine details of an artist's rendition of colonial Harrisonburg at the opening reception Monday for "Picturing Harrisonburg," the inaugural exhibition of the Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts.Jury Rules Against City Restaurant
City resident Tanya Hansberger filed the lawsuit Aug. 30, 2016, claiming that L'Italia Restaurant LLC, which does business as Jalapeno Southwest Grill, violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. The business is owned by Gervasio and Veronica Amato.Counties Cash In On Tourism
Visitors to Shenandoah Caverns observe the Capitol Dome formation during a tour Tuesday afternoon. As one of the Valley's tourist attractions, the caverns helped Shenandoah County to take in $213 million from tourism during 2016.Ex-Jalapeno Staffer Sues For OT Pay
A Harrisonburg woman who claims a city restaurant cheated her out of $53,000 in overtime wages told her story to a jury Tuesday. Harrisonburg resident Tanya Hansberger filed the lawsuit Aug. 30, 2016, claiming that L'Italia Restaurant LLC, which does business as Jalapeno Southwest Grill, violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.Dayton Council Taps Fletchall To Fill Vacancy
Nearly a year after falling short in the Dayton Town Council election, Zachary Fletchall has a seat on the panel. Council unanimously voted Monday to appoint Fletchall to fill the remaining term of Steve Dean.
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