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Motorcycle crash shuts down Linglestown Road in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A motorcycle crash has shut down Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township, Harrisburg. Linglestown Road is backed up starting just before Progress Ave heading south. The road is closed between Crum Mills Road and Gale Drive and traffic is being redirected around the accident. One...

Proposed Uptown Harrisburg residential project struck down by City Council

A proposed residential project for Uptown Harrisburg has hit a major obstacle, as City Council unanimously voted it down on Tuesday night. At a legislative session, council opposed the project, by local developer D&F Realty, to transform a warehouse into apartment units at 2463 Jefferson St. According to council member Shamaine Daniels, the developer had at least 80 recent citations for code violations on other city properties.

Former Lancaster funeral director found dead in car

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Mayor Wanda Williams laying rumors to rest

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Mayor Wanda Williams wants to put the rumors to rest that Harrisburg is not supporting city seniors. Rumors included how there hasn’t been any support for the Heinz Senior Center. Mayor Williams says that’s not true and there are plans for more affordable housing. “There’s been a lot of controversy in […]

Middletown July 4th parade

Middletown Township is bringing back its Independence Parade for the first time since 2019. Enjoy a fun-filled morning with live music from Uptown String Band and Big Whiskey, parade floats and marchers. The parade begins on Monday, July 4, at 9 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Park, 700 Veterans Highway in...

Storm of whiteflies moving up the Susquehanna River

Visitors to Riverfest along and on the Susquehanna River at Columbia over the weekend strolled along paths littered with the bodies of thousands of mayflies, signaling that the annual whitefly storm has begun its upriver march for 2022. The river’s world-famous whitefly hatch sees millions of the insects emerge for...

Federal Building owner details plans for “luxury” apartment conversion, rooftop restaurants

The owner of a landmark downtown building says that he’s ready to proceed with a “luxury apartment” project for Harrisburg. On Wednesday, developer Justin Etzin stated that he’s preparing to move forward with a plan for “The Federal,” a proposed 200-unit apartment building, which also would include several restaurants, at the corner of N. 3rd and Walnut streets.

Palmyra’s Lauren Wadas lands 1 of 12 goals scored by USA Women’s Field Hockey U-21 team that took home bronze at Uniphar 5-Nations Tournament

The United States Women’s Field Hockey U-21 team recently returned to America from Ireland wearing bronze medals. After a tough opener against The Netherlands, the 2021 FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup champions, team USA battled in four more games ultimately earning a final win versus Ireland, the host nation of the Uniphar 5-Nations Tournament.