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Harrisburg played a notable role in American history during the Westward Migration, the American Civil War, and the Industrial Revolution. Building of the Pennsylvania Canal and later the Pennsylvania Railroad allowed Harrisburg to become one of the most industrialized cities in the NE United States. The U.S. Navy ship USS Harrisburg, which served from 1918 to 1919 at the end of World War I, was named in honor of the city.

Population: 48950
Local Newspapers: The Patriot-News The Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Harrisburg Senators (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Dixon University Center Harrisburg University of Science and Technology

Zip Codes associated with harrisburg, pennsylvania: 17101 17102 17103 17104 17110 17111 17112 17113
Towns/Cities near harrisburg, pennsylvania : Progress Rutherford Paxtang Wormleysburg Camp Hill Lemoyne Enola Colonial Park Middletown Mechanicsburg Carlisle

Harrisonburg News
City Preps For First Snowfall

Harrisonburg and Rockingham County could see up to 1 inch of snow through midmorning, according to the National Weather Service. The city is expected to get less than a half-inch Friday night into this morning.

Questions Remain ...

Next week will be an important one for taxpayers in Harrisonburg. The city School Board is expected to formally request that City Council approve funding for a proposed second city high school.

Location, Location, Location

James Madison University junior Madison Callis, 20, browses for necklaces on Dec. 1 at LeLa's Boutique at Valley Mall. Shelly Biller, owner of LeLa's Boutique, helps a customer on Dec. 1 at her new location at Valley Mall.

Habitat For Humanity Hosting Fundraisers

The first fundraiser, Domino's Day, is scheduled for Dec. 18. The organization will receive a portion of purchases at restaurants in Bridgewater, Broadway, Elkton and Harrisonburg. A second Domino's Day is scheduled for Feb. 19. On Dec. 19, the organization will accept a free-will offering during a free holiday music concert.

Planners Back Laundry Facility

The Rockingham County Planning Commission recommended approval of a request to remove conditions on a property at Spotswood Trail and Mount Olivet Church Road at its meeting Tuesday. Commissioners Bill Loomis, Rodney Burkholder, Keith Sheets, David Rees and Brent Trumbo voted to recommend the Board of Supervisors approve the proposal.

MPO Stalls Decision On Intersection Study

At its meeting Thursday, the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization's advisory committee couldn't choose an intersection to study. The MPO is a federally mandated transportation planning group that includes representatives of the Virginia Department of Transportation, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Bridgewater, Dayton and Mount Crawford.

Holiday Parade

Mrs. Claus and Santa wave to the crowd as they drive down Main Street during the Holiday Parade in downtown Harrisonburg Friday night. Hannah Loker, 4, and her sister Rachel, 7, from Harrisonburg, try to catch pieces of snow as they're blown from the back of a float during the Holiday Parade in downtown Harrisonburg Friday night.

Pre-Legislative Breakfast

Sen. Emmett Hanger speaks to Alex Phillips of Harrisonburg after the annual Pre-Legislative Breakfast, held by the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday morning at JMU. speaks during the annual Pre-Legislative Breakfast, held by the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday morning.

The Most - Wonder'-ful Time Of The Year

If you happen to see the Grinch walking around downtown Harrisonburg, you don't have to worry. He's not there to steal Christmas.

V.O.I.C.E. Benefit Concert Has A Light-Hearted Holiday Tone

For those looking for ways to give back during the holiday season, V.O.I.C.E. Ensemble is performing its annual winter benefit concert, with all proceeds going to a worthy cause. "Hilarity for the Holidazed," a comedic holiday concert on Dec. 9 and 10, will benefit Area 4 Special Olympics, which serves Harrisonburg and Rockingham, Shenandoah and Page counties.

Moonstruck Management takes on Rockingham County Fair

Moonstruck Management has announced an agreement to serve as talent buyer for the Rockingham County Fair in Harrisonburg, VA. The week-long event is the largest agricultural county fair in the state, and serves as a destination for music lovers and farming folks each August with average attendance of over 90,000 people.

Board Chooses Architect For Estimated $76M High School Project

The cost to build a second high school in Harrisonburg to accommodate 1,200 students has been estimated at $76 million by the architectural firm that would lead the project. A united Harrisonburg School Board voted 6-0 Tuesday night to approve a high school option pitched by Grimm and Parker, a suburban Washington, D.C., firm with an office in Charlottesville.

Judge Hears Motions In County Murder

The defense and prosecution are set for their first clash in the case of a woman killed during a home-invasion robbery in October. Brent Taylor Smallwood, 27, of Elkton, appeared in Rockingham County Circuit Court on Tuesday for a pretrial motions hearing on Tuesday.

City, County Inmate Count At Lowest Point Since 2016

The data show the number of people held for crimes in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County is at its lowest point in a year. The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Criminal Justice Board received its quarterly report from the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office on the inmate population during its meeting on Monday.

Biosolids Dryer Facility OK'd

The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Regional Sewer Authority voted Monday to approve a $12.74 million bond to finance a biosolids dryer facility and upgrades to its dehydration system. The authority is responsible for the North River Wastewater Treatment Facility, located east of Mount Crawford, which treats and removes nutrients from wastewater for Bridgewater, Dayton, Mount Crawford, Harrisonburg and parts of Board members Mike Collins, Robert Popowicz, Bob Holton, Alfred Cook, Bradley Chewning and Matthew Light all voted to approve the bond at the authority's meeting on North River Road.

City Reviewing Paratransit Intelligence System

Gabe Porter and Misty Hassler ride the paratransit bus home from work at James Madison University Monday afternoon in Harrisonburg. The paratransit buses help transport students and residents with mental or physical disabilities.

Planning For Growth

Dennis Marchuck, 20, of Harrisonburg, a senior at Bridgewater College, works on his final project in his computer graphics and animation class on Monday. The area's colleges were identified as an asset in a new plan by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership.

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