Pittman is now in the crosshairs of old guard politics who are fighting tooth and nail to protect their alliance.
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
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.”
Although mass shootings have been covered extensively in the media, mass shootings in the US account for a small fraction of gun-related deaths.
Gun violence is most common in poor urban areas and frequently associated with gang violence, often involving male juveniles or young adult males.
A Harrisburg activist and former congressional candidate has reached a $30,000 settlement agreement with York County, but county officials and the man himself are unable to explain why.
The settlement contains a confidentiality provision, said county spokesman Mark Walters, which says that neither party can speak about the matter to any degree.
Linn Mosely is not the least bit deterred by the high water conditions, in fact, he’s reeling in a fish, a big one! As onlookers cheer him on, he works out the hook and holds up his prize.
Mosely smiles and shyly proclaims he is Harrisburg’s best fisherman!
Three young children abandoned in vehicle as felon with loaded gun runs from Police in Uptown Harrisburg
As the vehicle pulled over in the 2600 block of Jefferson Street, Karelle Middleton exited the driver’s seat and began running south.
When the suspect fled he left three small children in the vehicle: a 3-year-old, a 5-year-old, and an 8-year-old. Police found a loaded Smith and Wesson .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol in his jacket. The firearm had an obliterated serial number.
Key pieces of information were not mentioned regarding the pattern of victims being drugged in Harrisburg night clubs. There was also no mention of the victim’s claim about a pre-arranged acquaintance between the nightclub security and her attacker.
A *13 year old boy is in custody after shooting a 17 year old boy in the chest. The victim is in the hospital and has lost a lung.
An argument preceded the shooting that occurred Sunday evening at a home along the 400 block of Market Street in Highspire, PA.