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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
Randolph Rejoins Boys & Girls Club

Bev Randolph has been rehired as director of development for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, a position she held from 2004 to 2007. Randolph has 35 years of professional experience in nonprofit fundraising and corporate and private event planning, according to a news release.

Assisted Living Facility Settles

A Rockingham County assisted living facility settled a $750,000 lawsuit that claimed its negligence led to the death of a resident in 2015. Zane Louise Wilkins' estate filed the lawsuit on Sept.

The $100 Million Question

Harrisonburg High School students change classes on a Thursday morning in September. A political action committee calling itself Students Over Structures says it's focused on Harrisonburg finding a solution to overcrowding at the school that is cost-effective.

Harrisonburg Handles Fort Defiance

Harrisonburg running back Collin Morris is tackled by Fort Defiance defensive back Braylon Sandy during the first quarter of the Harrisonburg vs. Fort Defiance Football game Friday night. Harrisonburg running back Collin Morris runs past the Fort Defiance defense during the first quarter of the Harrisonburg vs. Fort Defiance Football game Friday night.

HPD Arrests Two Suspects In City Shooting

Two men were in custody Friday night and police were looking for a third who was described as armed and dangerous following a shooting the night before in Harrisonburg. Luis Alberto Pinedo Lafferty Jr., 19, of Harrisonburg, is charged with attempted armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, malicious wounding as a principal in the second degree, and the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, according to a Friday night press release from the Harrisonburg Police Department.

Beam Bros. Upset With Prosecution

The Beam Brothers Trucking executives who are scheduled to be sentenced next week say prosecutors will use the hearing to raise matters already settled. Attorneys for the four men filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg on Wednesday that asks for a hearing to go over sentencing proceedings.

Finnegan Outraises Wilt Ahead Of Election

Democratic challenger Brent Finnegan outraised incumbent Republican Del. Tony Wilt for the second consecutive reporting period, according to campaign finance reports.

Promoting Early Literacy

Scott Kizner, Harrisonburg City Public Schools superintendent, reads to Lisa Heatwole's preschool class at Elon W. Rhodes Early Learning Center on Thursday morning as part of Read for the Record. Scott Kizner, Harrisonburg City Public Schools superintendent, reads to Lisa Heatwole's preschool class at Elon W. Rhodes Early Learning Center on Thursday morning as part of Read for the Record.

Man Seriously Wounded In City Shooting

A man sustained life-threatening injuries in a Thursday night shooting, the second crime involving gun violence in the city this month. According to a press release from the Harrisonburg Police Department, officers were called to the area of Bradley Drive and Hunters Road at about 7:20 p.m. after receiving a report that a man had been shot outside.

Haunted Happenings

Last year's Skeleton Festival draws a crowd at the Turner Pavilion. This year's event is on Saturday, Oct. 21. Last year's Skeleton Festival draws a crowd at the Turner Pavilion.

Capital Ale House Set To Host City's First Drag Brunch

Capital Ale House will be run by queens on Saturday, Oct. 21, as the restaurant teams with Rhinestone Productions to bring the first ever drag brunch to Harrisonburg. "It was an idea that was presented to me by Chad Walters and Chad Sager [of Rhinestone Productions] a few months ago," said Jaime Woolf, the general manager of Capital Ale House.

Signs Create Controversy

As the national spotlight from ESPN's "College GameDay" focused on Harrisonburg over the weekend, some say certain James Madison University students didn't show their best colors. While many of the banners painted on sheets that popped up across Harrisonburg prior to JMU's football game against Villanova on Saturday were innocuous, several contained vulgar language and sexual innuendos.

City Accepting Handmade Ornaments For Holiday Tree

The city is a member of the Virginia Municipal League, which has collected handmade ornaments from all over the commonwealth to decorate the tree the last two years, according to a city press release on Friday. Harrisonburg and the Arts Council of the Valley are looking for submissions, one of which will be sent to Richmond.

Two Face Charges In Hookah Bar Homicide

Although the primary suspect is still on the run, Harrisonburg police charged two people in connection with a homicide at a hookah lounge earlier this month. Alexcia Ta'Maine Calloway, 30, of Penn Laird, and Keane Latrae Alestock, 27, of Mount Clinton, are charged with misdemeanor accessory after the fact to first-degree murder.

Harrisonburg Police Make 2 Additional Arrests in Connection to Recent Homicide

Harrisonburg, Va. The Harrisonburg Police Department's Major Crimes Division has arrested two individuals in connection to a recent homicide that occurred in the city.

House races test northern Virginia Republican incumbents

In this Saturday April 30, 2016, file photo, Chairman of the Virginia Republican Party John Whitbeck, speaks during the Virginia State Republican Convention in Harrisonburg, Va. Political observers say this fall's elections for Virginia's Republican-controlled House of Delegates could be an early referendum on President Donald Trump's first year in office and a bellwether for the 2018 midterms.

The Best GameDay Signs From Villanova Vs. JMU [SLIDESHOW]

The ESPN College GameDay crew made a stop in Harrisonburg, Virginia for the Villanova vs. James Madison game on Saturday. The James Madison Dukes came out on top, winning 30-8 over the Wildcats.

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