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This is the historic courtroom used when the Supreme Court sits in Harrisburg. There is plenty of artwork for the justices to admire when arguments get mundane.
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The Commonwealth Financing Authority is a little-known state agency that doles out millions of dollars for transportation, energy and water and sewer projects and decides how to distribute the annual local share of slot revenue from Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs and Mount Airy Casino Resort to municipalities, businesses and institutions across Northeastern Pennsylvania. The authority wields a lot of power, a fact underscored by the large contingent of Harrisburg lobbyists that attend its meetings.
Timothy Farner, of Buckthorn Street in Harrisburg, arranges objects left in a memorial for his slain cousin, 23-year-old Charles Tate. Police said Tate was found wounded in the 300 block of South 14th Street around 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
The Department of Environmental Protection will hold a listening session to obtain public input on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed carbon pollution emission guidelines for existing fossil fuel-fired power plants and the proposed standards for modified and reconstructed units on Sept. 25. The listening session is being held prior to the finalization of the department's official comments to EPA on the proposed guidelines and standards.
GREENCASTLE >> Franklin County Area Development Corp. honored a former state lawmaker and two homegrown businesses for their economic and civic contributions. Pat Fleagle, who served in the state House for 18 years, was presented with the development corporation's Zane A. Miller Award.
As cooler air continues to push into the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, area this weekend, a dose of rain from Saturday will be followed by some sunshine on Sunday. There is the potential for the coolest weather since the spring, during both the daytime and nighttime spanning the weekend.
Police are investigating an incident where several people were involved in a large fight at a York County funeral home. Carroll Township police said they responded to the funeral home in the first block of North Chestnut Street in Dillsburg for a large fight in progress Tuesday evening.
A Manchester Township man already imprisoned on York County charges including child molestation and child pornography is also facing federal charges for some of the same alleged offenses. Daniel Thomas Curran Jr., 41, no street address provided, has been in York County Prison since September 2013 on $250,000 bail for numerous charges filed by Northern York County Regional Police, according to court records.
An economic "game changer" is the how an economist views the Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway that will take state routes 11/15 traffic out of places like Hummels Wharf, Shamokin Dam and Lewisburg. There are short- and long-term benefits that extend beyond the 12.4-mile construction area, Anirban Basu, CEO and chief economist of Sage Policy Group of Baltimore, said in an interview Thursday before he spoke to the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce.
CHAMBERSBURG >> Stephanie Ann Osterman, 31, made multiple pleas during a mandatory arraignment hearing on Wednesday afternoon. One plea was related to a pedestrian accident in which she was the driver.
Harrisburg's former city treasurer John Campbell is facing an additional theft charge after he was accused of stealing $2,750 from the Capital Region Stonewall Democrats. According to court documents, Campbell, 26, served as treasurer of the organization for three years until he resigned on Sept.
In fact, those who took a seat inside the tiny French special occasion restaurant could only do so by reserving a table. There was no walk-in business.
If you're looking for a good scare this Halloween season, look no further. The Asylum Run in Harrisburg is back and organizers say this year, the attractions are bigger and better than before.
Sometimes it takes the view of life through the eyes of a young person to remind old guys that there are many levels of truth. It just depends on one's perspective, shaped by our life experiences.
It's hard to believe that WHP Talk Radio 580 has been on the air for over 80 years now. You tune in the station day in and day out for the latest news, traffic, and weather, but do you know the story behind the station? Our station wasn't always at 580 AM, nor was it always called WHP.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 03:51 pm
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