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Harrisburg (Dauphin, Pennsylvania)

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  • Gettysburg revisited [Editorial]

    Gettysburg revisited  [Editorial]
    Last week, the Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot-News' editorial board did something we editorial writers are loath to do: admit a monumental error in judgment. With tomorrow's 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address fast approaching,...
  • Balto. Co. X-ray company accused of falsifying reports

    Balto. Co. X-ray company accused of falsifying reports
    An unqualified executive at an Owings Mills medical firm allegedly reviewed X-rays and other tests, potentially endangering patients, according to court documents filed by federal authorities. The allegations were laid out in the documents by the FBI,...
  • Bahoukas in Havre de Grace expands

    Dec. 15 marked the official grand opening of Bahoukas GreenJoy in Havre de Grace. The ribbon was cut by Havre de Grace City Councilman Joe Smith with assistance from Carolyn Sweet, Havre de Grace's manager of economic development. Also at the ribbon...
  • Ripken Foundation rapidly expands effort to build fields in economically distressed cities

    Ripken Foundation rapidly expands effort to build fields in economically distressed cities
    Until his family's foundation started building youth athletic fields in economically distressed areas around the country, Cal Ripken Jr. had no idea just how many kids needed a place to play. The Orioles great had already spent a good portion of his...
  • Soldiers In Britain Visit For Hour At Home on Sunpapers' Broadcast

    Soldiers In Britain Visit For Hour At Home on Sunpapers' Broadcast
    (Originally published December 26, 1943) For an hour yesterday, over a radio network that extended through Maryland and into Pennsylvania and Virginia, a special Sunpapers’ Christmas broadcast brought to their folk and friends back home the voices...
  • Hare Raisers 4-H Club looks back on successful year [West Friendship]

    Hare Raisers 4-H Club reporter Rebecca Miller finishes out 2013 with a feeling of gratitude for all the accomplishments of her fellow club members. Miller, a sophomore at Glenelg High, recalls the pride the club felt when member Kirsten Clark won the...
  • Agricultural Center in Hunt Valley fielding two family friendly events Aug. 10

    Agricultural Center in Hunt Valley fielding two family friendly events Aug. 10
    The Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture is broadening its horizons when it hosts a pair of events, one old and one new, at its Shawan Road site Aug 10. Considering the array of interests — beef cattle, goats, worms, vegetable gardens,...
  • Sinclair Broadcast buying eight stations for nearly $1B

    Sinclair Broadcast buying eight stations for nearly $1B
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.'s buying spree continued Monday when the Hunt Valley broadcaster announced its largest deal to date at nearly $1 billion. Sinclair plans to buy eight larger-market television stations, including NewsChannel 8 and the ABC...
  • Looking into the eye of another hurricane season [commentary]

    I know at least one person on the list this year, and at least one person on the list every year through 2018, but I'm pleased to say I'm not on any of the lists. What I'm talking about is the list of personal names to be given to strong, cyclonic storms...
  • Families, racing fans flock downtown for Grand Prix action

    Race cars whipped around downtown Baltimore on Saturday, turning usually traffic-choked streets into a speedway, their engines filling the air with the sounds of a hornet's hum on the straights and a smoker's cackle at the hairpin turn. As the cars...
  • Striking Syria will push the Middle East over the brink

    Striking Syria will push the Middle East over the brink
    The crisis in Syria has escalated to a point where the Obama administration is at a yield sign. It does not know whether to stop and let the crisis burn itself out, or proceed with consequences that could take an already unstable region over the brink ("...
  • Farming, building groups appeal Bay ruling

    Farming, building groups appeal Bay ruling
    Farming and building groups are appealing a federal judge's ruling recently that upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's "pollution diet" for the Chesapeake Bay. Lawyers for the American Farm Bureau Federation, the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, and...