Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 12:14 pm
Public School Funding and Spending Throughout the Commonwealth. http://t.co/H2wpXVIeiO
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 4:28 pm
Senator McIlhinney Releases Retail Liquor Privatization Plan, SB 100 http://t.co/CI4hqttvEW
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:50 pm
SB 100 amendments - Part 3... http://t.co/7dqjaL3AkR
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:48 pm
Liquor privatization plan - part 3... http://t.co/RdOSzUUVaX
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:48 pm
Amendments to Senate Bill 100 (Liquor Privatization)... http://t.co/2CUUm4arZx
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:47 pm
SB 100 Amendments - Part 2... http://t.co/l35r46USUQ
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:42 pm
SB 100 Amendments... http://t.co/dOJzoiLAHY
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:05 pm
Liquor privatization plan -part 2... http://t.co/vKPsEa7Lex
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 3:03 pm
First look at newest liquor privatization plan... http://t.co/QTOkFSEz59
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 2:03 pm
Gov. Corbett presser on signing HB 492 about to begin... http://t.co/FSw4sDahGa
Jun. 18th, 2013 @ 1:34 pm
Jun. 17th, 2013 @ 12:36 pm
Want to invest in Dauphin County? Judicial Tax Sale tonight at Hbg Hilton 6pm, bidding starts at $350.00 per. http://t.co/vUgTDvNuqj
Jun. 17th, 2013 @ 12:12 pm
Midtown residents complain of non working street lights after neighbor is attacked. Archive video of downed lights: http://t.co/w2FnHi3dJu
Jun. 17th, 2013 @ 11:02 am
Transporting Committee discussing funding bill SB 1... http://t.co/3fvBJMNpZs
Jun. 17th, 2013 @ 10:28 am
@stellamydog He running as a candidate on the Curtis for Mayor Party, he's registered as No Party Affiliation
Jun. 17th, 2013 @ 9:21 am
Committee Agenda for the House and Senate, Monday, June 17th, 2013. http://t.co/Y5rzozvh08
As released by the Harrisburg Police Bureau:
Type of Incident: Death investigation – bludgeoning.
. Date / Time: 02-13-2013, at about 1125 hrs.
. Location: 1500 block of Vernon St.
. Investigating Officer: Detective Quinten Kennedy.
. Victim R/S/A: Jose Vazquez, Hispanic male, 60, 1500 block of Vernon St.
. Suspect: Pending investigation.
. Charges: Pending.
. Narrative: On 02-13-2013 at about 1130 hrs. patrol officers were dispatched to a home in the 1500 block of Vernon St. on a report that two men were fighting with hammers. The officers were met at the door of the home by a witness who lives in York, PA. Inside, they found a 55 year old black male on the floor with stab wounds to his back. In a second floor bedroom they found Jose Vazquez in bed and seriously injured with significant head trauma. The men were taken to separate area hospitals.
. Another witness, a brother to Jose Vazquez, was in the residence. He said that he came to the residence to see Jose. The black male tried to stop him and then hit him on the side of the head with a large hammer. A struggle ensued and the black male was stabbed as he tried to hit the man with a hammer again. The black male was subdued by the witnesses.
. Jose’s brother was detained at the scene and taken to the Bureau office for questioning. He has been released. He suffered a large contusion to the side of his head and several cuts and abrasions. He will seek medical attention on his own.
Jose Vazquez died as a result of his injuries. He had suffered massive head trauma.
. The black male is hospitalized and is expected to recover from his wounds. That man had reportedly lived with Jose Vazquez for the past few days.
. . The investigation continues and anyone having any information on this is asked to contact Det. Quinten Kennedy at 717-255-3157 or email HYPERLINK "mailto:email@example.com" firstname.lastname@example.org or Lt. Robert Fegan at 717-255-3114 or email HYPERLINK "mailto:email@example.com" firstname.lastname@example.org to reach City detectives. .
We asked Mayor Thompson to comment on Bill Cluck's statement early in the day referring to Thompson as "Our mentally ill Mayor" Thompson stated "I don't have time for petty discourse." and then entered her chauffeur driven Tahoe.
Harrisburg Mayor Thompson reacts to Bill Cluck's comments during public participation at Wednesday's Municipal financial recovery advisory committee meeting.
William Cluck comments after Wednesday's Municipal financial recovery advisory committee meeting.
Dauphin County commissioners awarded more than $8 million in gaming grants Wednesday morning. Here are the winners.
Host & Contiguous. 1. East Hanover Township (new firehouse and public works building, bridge project,
WWTP upgrade and municipal vehicles and equipment) - $2,194,000 (includes $130,000 reallocated from prior projects completed under budget).
2. West Hanover Township (Fire Station Debt) - $500,000.
3. Middle Paxton Township (Debt Service for shared municipal Services building) - $125,000.
4. Middle Paxton Township (New Pumper Tanker) - $275,000 (conditional on Township loan for $235,000
5. Derry Township (Fire Apparatus Debt) - $165,000. 6. Derry Township (Upgraded computer technology for Police Department) - $100,000.
7. South Hanover Township (Municipal Complex & Emergency Services Center,
additional land acquisition) - $380,000 (no further grants for pre-construction).
8. Rush & Jefferson Townships (guiderail study for Carsonville Road) - $10,275.
1. Millersburg Borough (Water Rescue Equipment for Fire Department) - $96,000.
2. Lower Paxton Township (In-car digital video cameras for Police Department) – $90,060.
3. Harrisburg (ten new patrol vehicles for Police Department) - $409,000.
4. Conewago Township (Intergovernmental bridge replacement project) - $132,000.
5. Berrysburg Borough (Replacement of WWTP Treatment Tanks) - $125,000 (conditional on Borough or Authority financing overall project).
6. Elizabethville Borough (Reduce debt on rescue/pumper engine) - $65,000.
7. Mifflin Township (Improvements to Smith Road) - $163,000.
8. Swatara Township (Replacement of pumper engine-first installment) - $250,000 (includes $38,000 reallocation of prior grant).
9. Halifax Borough (Road project to improve safe access to Veterans’ Park) - $149,000.
10. Pillow Borough (Water main replacement project) - $204,000.
11. Lykens Borough (Water main replacement project) - $80,000.
12. Londonderry Township (Sewer expansion project and connection with Middletown) - $250,000.
13. Steelton Borough (Streetscape improvements and firefighter gear) - $182,000.
14. Highspire Borough (Sewer System improvements to spur economic development) - $140,000.
15. Reed Township (Contribution to fire protection and apparatus) - $113,000.
16. Upper Paxton Township (New ambulance for Millersburg Area Ambulance Association) - $120,000.
17. HACC – (Shumaker Public Safety Center renovations and expansion) - $250,000.
18. West Hanover Township/MDJ Witmer (AOPC compliant facility for MDJ Witmer) - $200,000.
19. SARAA (equipment to promote runway safety during winter) - $100,000.
20. Susquehanna Township (expansion and improvements to Capital Area Greenbelt) - $50,000.
21. Dauphin County Library System (replacement of Integrated Library System software) - $151,500.
22. Hamilton Health Center (Funds for unanticipated costs in health center construction) - $238,000.
23. Pennsylvania State Police Museum (contingent on receipt of matching funds for Museum expansion project) - $160,000.
24. Dauphin County General Authority (new roof for clubhouse and renovation of additional facility) - $152,000 (includes $22,000 reallocation of prior grant).
25. Paxtang Borough (Greenbelt relocation project) - $90,000.
26. Penn State Harrisburg (campus and community security improvements) - $104,000.
27. Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg (flood mitigation measures for Jewish Community Center) - $225,000.
28. Ronald McDonald House (pedestrian safety improvements) - $112,000.
29. Millersburg Borough (engineering study for ferry wall and youth center improvements) - $104,000.
30. Catholic Charities (new vehicles to support social services) - $60,000.
31. Susquehanna Township (recreational improvements) - $25,000.
32. Tri-County Dev. Corp. (technology upgrades) - $16,500.
33. Dauphin County Technical School (equipment for robotics team) - $11,000.
34. Channels Food Rescue (equipment for jobs training organization) - $8,000.
35. Ngozi (tools/supplies for urban permaculture program) - $6,000.
36. Shalom House (furnishings for women and children shelter) - $4,000.
37. Amiracle4sure (equipment and supplies for female ex-offender mentoring program) - $2,000. 38. Midtown Square Action Council (community improvement project) - $10,000.
39. Latino Hispanic American Community Center (renovations for multi-generational facility) - $8,000.
40. Lower Paxton Township (memorial project) - $40,000 (contingent on receipt of matching funds for construction of Heroes Grove Memorial).
41. PA Farm Show Complex (traffic and parking study for major events contingent on GAB approval of study specs) - $67,500.
42. Fair Housing Council (renovations to counseling facility) - $53,200.
43. Dauphin County Historical Society (renovations to Simon Cameron Mansion) - $100,000.
44. Dauphin County Bar Foundation (legal aid custody attorney contingent on no new application prior to 2015) - $25,000.
45. Dauphin County Industrial Development Authority (Administration) - $515,000.
46. Dauphin County Industrial Development Authority to administer the following projects:
a. Harrisburg Young Professionals - $50,000.
b. Stampede - $50,000.
c. PHR Baseball - $15,000.
d. Three Star Foundation - $8,470.
e. Advanced Training - $10,000.
f. YWCA - $150,000.
g. ARC - $40,100.
h. PA National Horse Show - $25,000.
47. Dauphin County Library System - $220,000.
48. Prison Project Trade - $445,828.
49. Dauphin County Area Agency on Aging - $100,000.