Harrisburg


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Synonyms for Harrisburg

capital of Pennsylvania

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For those who wish, donations may be made to Harrisburg High School Athletics.
A locally owned business, they are part of the Harrisburg community and pride themselves on providing quality flooring that the average American family can afford.
After decades of financial difficulties and nearly three years of fiscal emergency, we pulled everyone together to develop consensual solutions and provide a path to fiscal recovery for the people of Harrisburg.
Attending a parade in Harrisburg and other Oregon communities on the nation's birthday is a must for many Oregonians.
The city of Harrisburg has struggled since then as well.
Last fall, while in the middle of starting his new winery, he also began working with the Dauphin County commissioners and the Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau to develop the plans for the "wine country.
AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings Inc (NYSE: AAI), has launched new non-stop seasonal services from Atlanta, Georgia, to Portland, Maine, and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the airline announced on Thursday.
HARRISBURG, PA: GMH Capital Partners represented Korman Communities in the sale of River Plaza Apartments, a 274-unit, high-rise apartment complex in Harrisburg, Pa.
Bank of Harrisburg is owned by Lake Hamilton Bancshares Inc.
Career Summary: Assistant Controller, Pennsylvania Legal Services, Harrisburg 1982-84; Six years public accounting (taxation) 1984-90, including Arthur Andersen & Co.
Regional Director Janice Brougher, in conjunction with the Greater Harrisburg Arts Council, will produce the fifth annual kickline on the steps of the state capitol on Sunday, April 27, at noon.
chairman and chief executive officer Martin Grass and his codefendants to move the trial out of Harrisburg.
in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, specializes in installing and maintaining electrical systems, wiring, and other electrical engineering services to homes and businesses in and around central Pennsylvania.
The company expects to produce 10,000 tons of shredded scrap per month at its 27-acre Harrisburg site, using feedstock that has for many years been shipped out of south central Pennsylvania for shredders in other regions.
is listed as having been born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 1856.
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