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Those were the words that members of the Interndenominational Ministers Conference of Greater Harrisburg used to describe the treatment they feel they receive at the hands of some members of the region's white population every day.
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According to Harrisburg Police Chief Tom Carter, two people are in custody after a fatal shooting in Harrisburg Friday morning.
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Briley, who was 14-years-old when he and two other teens robbed Sun's Market on South 16th Street in Harrisburg, is still serving a sentence of 20 to 41 years for the aggravated assault and robbery.
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Michael Stephen Gelsinger is wanted in connection with a shooting this morning along the 1600 of Thompson Street in Harrisburg that left one person dead.
In his first interview with the LGBT press, Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Fleck spoke to PGN about the professional and personal whirlwind he found himself in after Dec. 1, 2012, when he became Pennsylvania's first openly LGBT state lawmaker, and the first out sitting Republican state legislator in the nation.
Children in Harrisburg are getting into the holiday spirit with the help of some Dauphin County police officers.
The Annual Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony held Thursday, December 5, 2013 in the Main Capitol Rotunda, Harrisburg paid tribute to PA's armed forces who are joining their families at home to celebrate the holidays.
Then-Captain Richard Pickles talks to the Landmark Neighborhood Organization Wednesday, July 1, 2009.
After basking in balmy air much of this week, a return to colder weather will be accompanied by multiple rounds of wintry mix into early next week around Harrisburg, Pa.
Nine months after shaking up the city's tax enforcement leadership and collection processes, the Nutter administration continues to make modest but measurable gains in the collection of taxes, chipping away at a delinquency epidemic that is among the worst of any big city in the nation.
Clearfield Center for Active Living Volunteer Ann Reid invites the public to join her this January at the Farm Show.
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Tom Wolf says he'll donate cash to food banks instead of hosting one of the many receptions surrounding the upcoming Pennsylvania Society dinner in New York City.
Harrisburg Police Department's three kings of safety are bringing gifts of foretold, common sense, and deter.
A Keystone Games coach Alicia Colon, 25, of Reading faces charges of hindering the investigation of the rape of a 16 year old girl at a suburban Harrisburg hotel last August.
The potential deficit will allow the Commonwealth to avoid spending more on employee parking next year under pending lease agreements tied to Harrisburg's $270 million parking deal - a key part of the capital city's debt restructuring plan.
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