Full-Tuition Scholarships For Fall 2016 Offered at Harrisburg University

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania has announced its named full-tuition scholarships for high school graduates seeking to enroll full-time for Fall 2016. In addition to the named scholarships below, the private, non-profit, university awards additional scholarships on this straightforward basis: $20,000 for a 3.8 high school GPA, $10,000 for a 3.3 GPA, $8,000 for a 3.0 GPA, and $6,000 for a 2.7 GPA.

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Art Opening at Capital Blue Store

Capital Blue Cross’ Capital Blue Store welcomed regional artist Dan “Sten” Stencovage as the first gallery exhibit in their Hampden Marketplace location on Marketplace Way in Enola, Pa. The Artist reception was Thursday, August 27th, and features a collection of Sten’s art born from the inspiration of popular songs. The first described, a dramatic, dark […]

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West Shore Chamber of Commerce Recognizes Third Annual Luminary Award Recipients

[caption id="attachment_7071" align="alignnone" width=""]Image courtesy of West Shore Chamber of CommerceThe West Shore Chamber of Commerce 2015 Luminary Award Winners, nominees, and sponsors.[/caption]
CAMP HILL, PA: The West Shore Chamber of Commerce congratulates two award winners at the third annual Luminary Awards Luncheon: the Shining Star Luminary Award winner Casey Khuri, Director of Operations at NAI CIR; and the Visionary Luminary Award winner Dr. Karen Scolforo, President of Central Penn College.

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New Cumberland welcomes grand opening of Snuffy’s clothing and consignment store

New Cumberland, PA – On Saturday, August 22, 2015, Snuffy’s NU-2-U clothing and consignment store celebrates it’s grand opening, starting at 10am. KISS FM will be present from 10am to Noon with live broadcasts, celebrity meet-n-greets, and giveaways. Snuffy’s is the creation of husband and wife team Sean and Allison Barowski, and is managed by […]

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Dauphin County Land Bank Project to Breathe New Life Into Susquehanna Township Neighborhood

[caption id="attachment_7058" align="alignnone" width=""]Image courtesy of Dauphen CountyAbove is a photo in front of the 4 dilapidated parcels on the 4700 block of Tuscarora Street in Susquehanna Twp: L to R, Cornelius Johnson; Gary Myers, Township Manager; Rep. Sue Helm; Susquehanna Twp. Board of Commissioners President Frank Lynch; Susq. Twp. Board Vice President Mona Johnson; Dauphin County Commissioners Chairman Jeff Haste; Susq. Twp. Commissioner Jody Rebarchak; Dauphin County Commissioner George Hartwick III; and Dauphin County Commissioners Mike Pries.[/caption]

SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, PA – Demolition has began on four trash-filled, dilapidated duplexes on the 4700 block of Tuscarora Street to clear the way for five new homes in a project being funded by the Dauphin County Land Bank.

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Master Networks Business Mixer & Wine Tasting

If you’re in the Colonial Park area this afternoon, come enjoy incredible local wines with Master Networks of Central PA East, at Spring Gate Vineyard. Open to members and guests, this burgeoning networking group offers an small business training component to their weekly meetings. If you’d like to know more, just stop by Spring Gate […]

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Harrisburg Restaurant Week 2015 is Heating Up

Harrisburg, PA- The Harrisburg Downtown Improvement District (HDID) will soon be satisfying your taste buds with Harrisburg Restaurant Week, for not just one, but two weeks of dining pleasure from September 14 – 18 & September 21 – 25. The HDID will also be providing free parking for the event in the River Street Garage, from 5 pm to 9 pm, Monday through Friday during the two week event.

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