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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.

Population: 48950
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

Harrisonburg News
McAuliffe Commutes Teleguz's Sentence

Gov. Terry McAuliffe commuted Ivan Teleguz's sentence from death to life in prison Thursday, saying his sentencing hearing was "terribly flawed and unfair." Teleguz, 38, was convicted of murder-for-hire in 2006 in connection with the 2001 killing of his ex-girlfriend, Stephanie Sipe.

26th House Democratic Hopefuls Address Voters

Cathy Copeland and Brent Finnegan, who are vying this month for the chance to unseat Wilt come November, could both claim a small victory in their first of two town hall forums. They drew a large crowd of 65 to the former Plan B coffeehouse on North Main Street in this hamlet of 3,700, situated in a deeply red section of the 26th House of Delegates District.

Annual Beer, Music Fest On Tap

The crowd at the 2015 Rocktown Beer and Music Festival showed up despite bad weather. The festival is held rain or shine.

Waste Watchers

Cyclists cross a bridge over the North River in Bridgewater on Wednesday. The town is proposing a 35 percent increase in stormwater management fees to help meet its mandate by the state to reduce the amount of pollution entering the river.

Preparing For The Worst

FROM LEFT: C.T. Miller, training supervisor for the Harrisonburg Police Department, officer John Langhans and Sgt. Daniel Claxton secure an armed aggressor, played by HPD patrol Sgt.

Driver In Chase Tried To Run Over Officers

A McGaheysville man wanted on a probation violation attempted to run over several police officers before he was shot and killed Tuesday in West Virginia, according to the Hardy County Sheriff's Office. A Pendleton County deputy shot Casey Desper, 32, after a roughly two-hour chase that started in Harrisonburg and ended in West Virginia.

CHS Teacher Earns Arc Educator Award

A Central High School special education teacher has been named the 2017 Regional Educator of the Year by an advocacy group for people with disabilities. Arc of Northern Shenandoah Valley awarded its top prize to Megan Smith during its awards banquet in March.

Drive-By Shooting Reported In City

At about 4 p.m., police responded to the 400 block of Pheasant Run Circle, located in the complex tucked away off South Main Street in Harrisonburg. A 911 caller reported that a white minivan approached the area.

Grand Caverns Trail Complete

Mike Patrick stretches as he walks Wednesday along the fitness trail at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes. Organizers will celebrate the trail's completion before the Grand Caverns Signature 5K Race on April 28. Mike Patrick stretches as he walks Wednesday along the fitness trail at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes.

Wilmore Sues Mayor Reed

Chris Wilmore, known for his backyard "Street Beefs" fights to resolve disputes, has filed a $550,000 defamation lawsuit against Harrisonburg Mayor Deanna Reed and her boyfriend, community activist Steven Thomas. The suit, filed Friday in Rockingham County Circuit Court, claims Reed abused her civic powers in seeking a protective order and initiating a criminal investigation against Wilmore.

An Old House Gets A New Look

Tony McMillan, a foreman with Lantz Construction, works on the porch of the Virginia Quilt Museum on Monday in Harrisonburg. The museum's old porch, which predates the Civil War, was declared a public safety hazard.

Breakfast On The Farm

Brian and Lauren Arbogast, and their two sons, Jackson , 6, and Branson, 8, are hosting the Virginia Cooperative Extension's Breakfast on the Farm on May 27 at their farm in Lacey Spring. The Arbogast family is hosting the Virginia Cooperative Extension's annual Breakfast on the Farm on May 27 at their farm in Lacey Spring.

Philly Hits The Friendly City

Many tourists travel to Philadelphia to taste an authentic Philly cheesesteak because of its claim to fame, but the City of Brotherly Love has another popular sandwich that locals have long raved about: The Italian roast pork. It has been coined the "cousin of the Philly cheesesteak."

Man Shot, Killed After High-Speed Chase

A McGaheysville man wanted on a probation violation led police on a high-speed chase through two states Tuesday, ending with deputies shooting and killing him, police say. Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson said a deputy patrolling in the city spotted Casey Desper driving a Jeep Grand Cherokee on Waterman Drive in Harrisonburg.

Deputies Shoot, Kill McGaheysville Man

Casey Desper, 32, was wanted on a probation violation when Rockingham County deputies spotted him on Waterman Drive in Harrisonburg. Deputies attempted to stop Desper's Jeep Grand Cherokee at 11:30 a.m. but he failed to yield.

Just Sayin' 'Hay'

Gael Scott, a resident of Sunnyside Retirement Community, pets a horse hooked to a buggy Monday in the parking lot of Sharp Shopper in Harrisonburg. Scott said she grew up with a horse.

Woman Indicted In Year-Old Crash

A Rockingham County grand jury indicted a Mount Solon woman Monday in connection with a crash that seriously injured a Harrisonburg woman nearly a year ago. Ashley Lynn Clark, 24, is charged with felony maiming of another revsulting from driving while intoxicated and misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.

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