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Harrisburg is a town with a rich history that spans more than 200 years. As the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, we attract thousands of people to our city to live, work and play. Our city is poised for a great economic recovery, and there is a palpable optimism on our streets as we look forward to the next four years under new administration.
Our city is on the move. Our future will be even greater than our past!
By Matt Zencey | firstname.lastname@example.org The Patriot-News Email the author | Follow on Twitter on February 20, 2014 at 8:15 AM Harrisburg’s police officers got about 2,000 square feet of new carpeting in their downtown headquarters Saturday, thanks to a donation from Touch of Color flooring. It’s the first big donation landed by Mayor EricRead more →
This is a notification of a street closure in The City of Harrisburg. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this street closure please call the City Engineer at 717-255-3091. Thank you. CITY OF HARRISBURG – STREET CLOSURE NOTIFICATION Street Name: N 5TH ST From: ALRICKS ST To: LEWISRead more →
Harrisburg Public Works Director Aaron Johnson says the city will follow the street cleaning schedule as it continues to plow and remove snow from city streets. It is important that residents park according to the street cleaning schedule so that plow trucks can reach the curb and remove snow, Johnson said. Workers spent Wednesday removingRead more →
Mayor Eric Papenfuse was joined by Police Chief Thomas Carter, Director of Public Works Aaron Johnson and City Council members Eugenia Smith and Sandra Reid at the HBGNext forum sponsored by PennLive in the Atrium of the MLK Government Center. The event was well attended and for the most part, residents were able to discussRead more →