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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!
Aug 22, 2014 HARRISBURG – Mayor Eric Papenfuse will welcome the “Rotary Belle” painted cow to the MLK Government Center during ceremonies at 11:30 a.m. Monday. Mayor Papenfuse and Rotary Club of Harrisburg President Karen Snider will unveil Rotary Belle in her new home just outside the entrance of the MLK Government Center, 10 N.Read more →
Aug 22, 2014 HARRISBURG – Mayor Papenfuse sends condolences to the grieving families in Hall Manor and calls upon the city to stand with those who are seeking ways to stop the violence in the city’s neighborhoods. “I am profoundly saddened at the tragedies that are claiming too many young lives,” Papenfuse said. “I extendRead more →
Aug. 7, 2014 HARRISBURG – The Dauphin County West Nile Virus Control Program has discovered more mosquitos in the City of Harrisburg that are infected with the West Nile Virus. The new samples that tested positive for West Nile Virus were collected Tuesday near the Prospect Hill Cemetery. The Dauphin County West Nile Virus Control ProgramRead more →
Aug.7, 2014 HARRISBURG – The mansion in Reservoir Park will be named the Honorable Eugenia Smith Family Life Center in ceremonies that begin at 11:45 a.m. Saturday. The Honorable Wanda Williams, President of the City Council and members of Smith’s family will cut the ribbon to officially name the building in the councilwoman’s honor. TheRead more →