The recent activism in Harrisburg is being funded by “For Our Future,” which is an umbrella organization consisting of various labor unions, international groups that advocate for open borders, as well as D.C. think tanks that politicize climate change and abortion.
Collectively leveraging their international resources, the coalition intends to gain power in U.S communities by influencing local elections.
– Harrisburg span over Paxton Creek to be closed, detoured for up to 10 days.
– 12th Ward Polling Place being relocated to Laurel Towers
The Marc Scaringi Show and Harrisburg100 have formed a joint venture, now broadcasting the Saturday afternoon show on LIVE video via Facebook, including behind the scenes footage.
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This week Marc Scaringi discussed legal aspects of the newly released grand jury report detailing sexual abuse by priests of the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania.
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.
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.
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.
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.”