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Past articles by Chris:

New Harrisburg street sweepers let you watch progress as they clean

A new contractor means new trucks keeping Harrisburg streets clean. → Read More

Group trying to ‘stop the drop,’ fight litter by turning private trash cans into public ones

A coalition in the capital city is trying to clean up the streets by stopping them from ever getting dirty. → Read More

Brother arrested as search for fatal shooting suspect continues

Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information that leads to the arrest of a Steelton woman accused of fatally shooting her boyfriend over the weekend. → Read More

Harrisburg High School hosts second prom so all their students can feel like stars

You remember your prom, right? The music, the decorations, the fashion — a Midstate school district is making sure all of its students remember theirs. → Read More

Martin-Roberts says city will endure ‘another term of misery’ after primary loss

The mayor’s most formidable challenger in this year’s primary campaign had some tough words for his supporters following the incumbent’s victory Tuesday night. → Read More

Dauphin County program has discounts for veterans

A new program for veterans still in its infancy in Dauphin County aims to help the men and women in our military save some money when they get home. → Read More

Organizers prep for Harrisburg multicultural festival, promise celebration rain or shine

The South Allison Hill Multicultural Festival promises to be bigger than normal this year. → Read More

Harrisburg police renew efforts to find illegal guns, but will it help promote peace?

Police removed dozens of guns from city streets over the last few months as part of a renewed campaign to eliminate illegal guns and make the city safer. → Read More

Works starts on tearing down Allison Hill homes for $31 million redevelopment project

City leaders took their first steps Wednesday toward redeveloping a long-neglected portion of Allison Hill. → Read More

Harrisburg kids build solar-powered cars as part of increased focus on STEM

A group of city kids spent Tuesday afternoon soaking up sunshine for science, part of their school district’s greater focus on hands-on education. → Read More

City of Harrisburg, Capitol Police to bill Trump campaign $76,500+ for April visit

The president’s visit to the Midstate last month came with a hefty price tag for Harrisburg, and now the city is looking to get its money back. → Read More

Harrisburg nursing home looks back on 150 years while keeping an eye on the next 150

A Harrisburg institution is celebrating a major milestone this weekend, but as the Homeland Center celebrates a birthday, its leaders are keeping an eye on what’s to come. → Read More

Harrisburg mayor ready to put money on the line to stop parking rate increase

Will parking in Harrisburg get even more expensive? City leaders are trying to put the brakes on that. → Read More

Harrisburg homeless center bringing in outside groups to create services hub

A downtown Harrisburg soup kitchen is expanding its role to connect people with the services they need. → Read More

Fire chief: No working smoke alarms in apartment building that burned

Investigators are looking into what caused an early morning fire in Harrisburg Tuesday that damaged six apartments and a grocery store. → Read More

Harrisburg sinkhole homes may go to tax sale if school board doesn’t act

The city and county have waived taxes as they wait on federal grant dollars to buy the homes and relocate residents. The school board has not. → Read More

Supporters, protesters make final preparations for President Trump’s rally

Saturday President Trump is set to celebrate 100 days in office right here in the Midstate. → Read More

A presidential visit, a home show and protests: What to expect this weekend at the Farm Show

With just two days left before President Trump's visit to the Midstate, plans are ramping up. → Read More

Midstate group’s message about hiring people with autism: Do it

April is Autism Awareness Month, and now a local group is showing the Midstate how it's helping employ people on the spectrum. → Read More

Harrisburg leaders to unveil concept for Reservoir Park improvements Wednesday

City leaders are once again looking for your input on how to improve Reservoir Park. → Read More