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The sand was symbolic of the groundbreaking of the DeSoto Amphitheater for the Performing Arts at the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art.
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HARRISBURG – Marijuana was the issue that set John Hanger apart from the other Democratic candidates for governor, and proponents of legalizing the drug for medical purposes in Pennsylvania credit him with drawing attention to their cause before he dropped out of the race this week.
The arrest of the Bishop A. E. Sullivan Jr. on charges connected to the partial collapse of an empty church he owns at 12th and Magnolia streets Feb. 21 will be among the issues discussed at a "regional leadership summit" of midstate civil and labor rights leaders in Harrisburg Sunday.
Saturday was the 31st Annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade in York. An estimated 10,000 people lined the streets this year.
The Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era reported Friday that priests from 97 parishes in the 15-county diocese are expected to attend installation ceremonies in the coming week for Rev.
Today is the warmest day this weekend with temperatures in the middle 50s with a mix of clouds and sun.
PHILADELPHIA State Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale got an earful during a daylong meeting in Philadelphia on Friday on ways to improve the accountability and effectiveness of charter schools.
'Rocco's Law' Advances to House Vote Legislation that would strengthen the charges against those who harm or kill a police dog in the line of duty is moving quickly through the House.
No, not a monster truck rally, rather Harrisburg's new downtown parking meters are set to go live, bringing a new era of parking.
A rival Democratic Party candidate for Pennsylvania lieutenant governor this year says he plans to challenge whether Jay Paterno, the son of Hall of Fame ex-Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, met the requirements to get on the primary election ballot.
Summary: A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to designate Spanish as the official language of the United States and to mandate its use in all official acts of the Federal Government.
State police are investigating a late-night crash in Dauphin County. It happened around 10:30 p.m. Thursday night in the eastbound lanes of Route 22/322 near Mountain Road in Middle Paxton Township.
"It is the most significant document in the state archives. It is document number one.
On Monday, March 17, Park Harrisburg, managed by SP+ Municipal Services , an operating division of SP Plus Corporation, will commence operations of its industry-leading multi-space pay station, the Luke II in Harrisburg, Pa.
Interviews and judging for the Capital Area Science and Engineering Fair take place at Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts in Harrisburg.
Computer Aid, Inc., an IT services firm, has established an office in Harrisburg and will create 50 new high-paying jobs.