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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
Stuart Adler v. Virginia Commonwealth University Michael Rao PH Jerome Strauss III Elizabeth Ripley

STUART P. ADLER, M.D., Plaintiff - Appellant, v. VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY; MICHAEL RAO, PH.D., in his official capacity; JEROME STRAUSS, III, M.D. in his official and individual capacity; ELIZABETH RIPLEY, M.D. in her individual capacity, Defendants - Appellees.

New Year, New Gyms

Stephanie Walker , the owner and instructor of StrongFigure Bootcamp, shows proper technique in lifting during a class on Jan. 12. EliteFit coach Melissa Brinkley observes Dave Casdorph and Alan Pineda, both of Harrisonburg, as they warm up on rowing machines during a class at Harrisonburg 24/7 Family Fitness on Jan. 16. Alan Pineda and Rene Hostetter, both of Harrisonburg, work with medicine balls during an EliteFit class at Harrisonburg 24/7 Family Fitness on Jan. 16. EliteFit coach Melissa Brinkley , coaches Rene Hostetter of Harrisonburg during a class at 24/7 Family Fitness on Jan. 16. EliteFit coach Melissa Brinkley observes Dave Casdorph and Alan Pineda, both of Harrisonburg, as they warm up on rowing machines during a class at Harrisonburg 24/7 Family Fitness on Jan. 16. Alan Pineda and Rene Hostetter, both of Harrisonburg, work with medicine balls during an EliteFit class at ... (more)

City, County To Talk CSB Plan

The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board's preferred option to solve its space problem would create a more than 50,000-square-foot building behind its existing main structure, shown here. FROM LEFT: Alisha Waldron, Cynthia Rimer and Lois Lineberry work in the clinical wing of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board building in Harrisonburg in June.

Stop The Immigration

To satisfy curiosity about my ancestry, I took one of the DNA sample tests. It was not a surprise that there were no traces of Native American to have met that first boat.

Mosleya s 24 points help JMU outlast Elon 85-74 in overtime.

Thursday 1. Villanova did not play. Next: at UConn, Saturday. 2. Virginia beat Georgia Tech 64-48.

Hoyle Garber photo viewing party is Saturday

Zach Hottel, archivist for the Shenandoah County Library System, said this event is not only rich in community culture but showcases the Northern Shenandoah Valley in a new light through photography. Garber's collection of photographs dates back to the early 1940s and 1950s and showcases a snapshot of what life was like in the community.

Merchant With A Mission

Allie Emerick sits behind the counter in her shop, Bring Your Own. The business is committed to reducing waste by providing practical goods that are meant to last, and help live a zero-waste lifestyle.

It Just ... Made Sense'

VBS Mortgage, a subsidiary of Timberville-based F&M Bank Corp., has purchased the Harrisonburg building it's in at 2040 Deyerle Ave. for $2.5 million. The deal closed on Dec. 13. VBS Mortgage, a subsidiary of Timberville-based F&M Bank Corp., has purchased the Harrisonburg building it's in at 2040 Deyerle Ave. for $2.5 million.

Across the South, it's snow, ice and record-breaking cold

Eduardo Cervantes and Jonny Manzano, with A2Z Landscape LLC, remove snow from sidewalks on South Main Street, after a light snow during the night in Harrisonburg, Va. Eduardo Cervantes and Jonny Manzano, with A2Z Landscape LLC, remove snow from sidewalks on South Main Street, after a light snow during the night in Harrisonburg, Va.

Pleasant View Seeks Funding

Dennis Lilly and Karen Howe get ready for the drive home from Pleasant View Inc. on Monday. Pleasant View is seeking state grants for two new vans to help transport people to appointments and jobs Dennis Lilly and Karen Howe get ready for the drive home from Pleasant View Inc. on Monday.

Men Accused Of Shooting Indicted

Omeldo Alberto Pena Pinedo, 25, is charged with two counts of armed robbery, malicious wounding, assault by mob and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Luis Alberto Pinedo Lafferty Jr., 19, faces charges of attempted armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, malicious wounding as a principal in the second degree, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Mercy House Receives Grant

On Friday, outgoing Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced $1.1 million in Homeless Reduction Grants, which included $100,000 for Mercy House, a nonprofit in Harrisonburg that helps homeless families save for and find affordable housing while offering them shelter. The grants were awarded through Virginia's Housing Trust Fund and will benefit 13 projects in the commonwealth, according to a press release from the governor's office.

Council OKs Funding Plan

During its meeting last week, council gave the OK to its capital improvement program for fiscal years 2019 through 2023. The 136-page document serves as a planning tool for council to use when it puts together a budget each spring, said Adam Fletcher, Harrisonburg director of planning and community development.

VDOT Prepping Roads For Snow

The weather service forecast up to an inch of snow to fall in Harrisonburg and parts of Rockingham, Page, Augusta and Shenandoah counties today. Tonight, an additional 1 to 3 inches could fall, according to the Weather Service.

Bill would punish fetal death in DUI crashes

A state senator wants to allow prosecutors to go after drunken drivers who cause crashes that result in the death of fetuses. Sen. Mark D. Obenshain filed a bill for consideration in this session of the Virginia General Assembly that, if enacted into law, would expand the crime of involuntary manslaughter to include the accidental death of a fetus as the result of a motor vehicle crash caused by a person who drove under the influence.

Spark Tank

Tisha McCoy-Ntiamoah of PrePOPsterous Gourmet Popcorn in Harrisonburg presents a pitch to the judges of the Spark Tank Business Accelerator Giveaway Saturday afternoon at JMU. Syan Moore helps set up the stage before PrePOPsterous Gourmet Popcorn in Harrisonburg presents a pitch to the judges of the Spark Tank Business Accelerator Giveaway Saturday afternoon at JMU.

Shenandoah Board Hears Budget Requests

The Shenandoah County School Board heard requests for budget priorities from the public and the school division's special education director during the board's first regular meeting of the year last week. On Thursday, the board held its first public hearing for county residents to say what they want to see funded in Shenandoah County Public Schools' fiscal 2019 budget proposal.

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