Month: August 2018

US Defense Bill will force Al Jazeera to register as foreign agent

Qatar-funded Al Jazeera and other foreign media outlets will soon be required by the US National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to register as foreign agents.

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Crack dealer busted on street with large amount, cash, guns – Uptown, Harrisburg

Antoine Maurice Black, Jr. was detained on the 500 block of Forrest Street. Prior to his arrest, Black discarded a black Glock 23 .40 semi-automatic pistol, and additional ammunition. During a search of his person, Officers found a large amount of cash, as well as crack cocaine.  A probable cause search of Black’s vehicle revealed 6 ounces of crack cocaine, street valued at approximately $17,000.  There was additional cash found in the vehicle, bringing the overall total cash to $7,398.80.

Harrisburg Principal to be replaced due to controversial grade changing policy

Concerned teachers in the Harrisburg School District have allegedly been threatened for participating in an education support group, and now the High School Principal is reportedly being replaced due to a controversial grade changing policy.

Harrisburg teachers who received threats are urged to report to union rep for protection

Concerned teachers in the Harrisburg School District have allegedly been threatened for participating in an education support group, and now the High School Principal is being replaced for a controversial grade changing policy.

Harrisburg School Board Director: Board members bribed to sway key votes

There have been suspicions regarding the sudden resignations of multiple board members. School Board Director Brian Carter admitted that shady deals were made in the selection of new members to fill the sudden vacancies, and that “there were several conversations among board members trying to bribe other board members to vote for certain people.”

Will dirty politics remove Judd Pittman from the Harrisburg School Board?

Pittman is now in the crosshairs of old guard politics who are fighting tooth and nail to protect their alliance.

Former Harrisburg School Board member Lola Lawson to be appointed back to board.. again

It was predicted that the decision was prearranged and that Lawson was handpicked while several other more qualified and publicly preferred candidates were interviewed.
In the eye of the public, Lawson serves to do the bidding of Superintendent Sybil Knight-Burney, as she has in the past. https://wp.me/p8u3vA-2Wv

‘Midtown Pizza Gate’ leads to arrest of serial rapist in Harrisburg, PA

HMAC owner John Traynor described the early years of Stage on Herr as a “hedonistic playground for a subculture that existed in Harrisburg.” And he admits his own conduct in that alcohol-fueled setting was anything but saintly. “HMAC went through a metamorphosis,” Traynor said. “It changed. And I have changed. I am not the person I was 10 years ago. I have four years’ of sobriety. I’m proud of that.”