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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
Tackling The - Summer Slide'

Spotswood Elementary School second-grader Saron Bahbelom , 7, and third-grader Eveanna McCormick, 8, play with Play-Doh together at the United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County's Summer Reading Party on Tuesday. Tashfia Hasan , coordinator of community impact for the local United Way chapter, reads with fourth-grader Prefina Bujitu, 9, at the reading party.

Pedicab A Stylish Way To Ride

Matt Hassman, the owner of Friendly City Pedicab, offers a ride to Missy Summers outside of Kline's Dairy Bar in downtown Harrisonburg on Monday. Matt Hassman, the owner of Friendly City Pedicab, offers a ride to Missy Summers outside of Kline's Dairy Bar in downtown Harrisonburg on Monday.

Big Brothers Big Sisters looks to expand north

Match support specialist Elizabeth Williams, at left, Grand Big Retha Baer, of VMRC, center, help Alia Esparza, 8, and her mother, Melissa Esparza, of Harrisonburg, with a temporary tattoo during a Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County family day Tuesday afternoon at A Dream Come True Playground. Match support specialist Elizabeth Williams, at left, Grand Big Retha Baer, of VMRC, center, help Alia Esparza, 8, and her mother, Melissa Esparza, of Harrisonburg, with a temporary tattoo during a Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County family day Tuesday afternoon at A Dream Come True Playground.

Council OKs Higher Water, Sewer Rates

On Tuesday evening, Mayor Deanna Reed and Councilmen Richard Baugh, Ted Byrd, George Hirschmann and Chris Jones approved increases to Harrisonburg's rates to generate money for utility projects. Though water customers will see slightly different rate increases depending on if they're residential, commercial, industrial or institutional users, the overall water rate increase is about 29 cents per 1,000 gallons.

Riding The Jericho Mile

Motorcyclists participating in the annual Jericho Ride leave Court Square on their way to churches throughout the Shenandoah Valley on Saturday morning. The event, now in its 10th year, began in Houston and has now spread to 24 cities.

Pipeline Opponents Aim To Block Dozers

Sculptors Cheryl Langlais of Front Royal and Mark Schwenk of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., show off their idea for a sculpture to block the path of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Sculptors Cheryl Langlais of Front Royal and Mark Schwenk of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., show off their idea for a sculpture to block the path of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

Sunday Evening Weather Update

The University of Mississippi wants a more diverse student body, but it's a struggle when many students cling to its Confederate past. The Aquarius was stuck off the coast of Sicily last Saturday when Italy refused it permission to dock and demanded that Malta do so.

Two Arrested In Stabbing, Kidnapping

Both suspects have been arrested in the Tuesday assault of two men, one of whom was kidnapped and stabbed and left for dead in Harrisonburg. Brandon Quinet was arrested Thursday evening by West Virginia State Police, according to a Friday news release from Lt.

Man Pleads Guilty To Theft

A Harrisonburg man accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of lottery tickets from a convenience store pleaded guilty Thursday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Luis Valderramos Torres, 35, pleaded guilty to five felony counts of breaking and entering and one felony count of grand larceny.

67 Apply For Police Chief Job

On Friday, City Manager Eric Campbell said 67 people applied for the job through a consulting firm the city contracted with to conduct the search. The application deadline was June 8. "From everything I've heard from the consultants, we have a very qualified and diverse pool," Campbell said.

See & Do Briefs: June 14

According to the race website, more than 115,000 veterans have committed suicide in the past 15 years, many because of post-traumatic stress disorder. K9s for Warriors is a program that trains service dogs provides the dogs to veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma as a result of military service post Sept.

High In The Sky

In fact, if you're near the Rockingham County Fairgrounds June 22 or 23, it's likely you'll see a whole sky full of planes - model scale ones, that is. The Valley Radio Control Flying Club will be hosting the 34th annual Ray Gordon Memorial Jumbo Fly-In at its Harrisonburg flying field, located across U.S. 11 from the fairgrounds.

Good Crafternoon

Randy Ours , children's specialist at Massanutten Regional Library, helps Maggie Bloss , 6, and Noah Olson-Getty, 7, both of Harrisonburg, with musical instrument craft projects on Thursday.

Funding the fight: Page County Relay for Life this Friday

Community residents will gather this weekend to remember, celebrate and honor those affected by cancer during Page County's 19th annual Relay for Life event. During last year's Relay event, Page County residents contributed more than $47,000 to the national organization.

City Moves Closer To Building Greenway

The city is one step closer to building the first phase of the Northend Greenway shared-use path and restoring part of Blacks Run. On Tuesday, City Council held a public hearing for community members to share their thoughts on the project, the starting point for the envisioned 2.5-mile path.

First Woman Mayor Joins City Council Race

Harrisonburg's first woman mayor is running for City Council again, joining a field of five other candidates seeking two seats. Carolyn Frank, who was first elected in 2000 and served two nonconsecutive four-year terms before losing a re-election bid in 2010, will run as an independent for a seat on the five-member board.

Cybersecurity Training Coming To BRCC

Blue Ridge Community College has received $250,000 from state and local coffers to launch a new noncredit program aimed at helping train people to be entry-level cybersecurity analysts. Del. Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave, announced Tuesday afternoon that the school will get $200,000 in GO Virginia funding to create its Cyber Security Workforce Development and Jobs Program.

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