The Harrisburg Blog
A Look Back at Harrisburg in the 80s
This is a fascinating way to remember Harrisburg from the 1980s.  well, it’s not actually remembering per se for me as I didn’t live there then, it’s more of a great way to see how the place has changed since …

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Health and Wellness in Harrisburg
Check out this video of a recent exhibition on how to kickstart your health and wellness in the Harrisburg area.
Harrisburg’s Wildlife
Harrisburg is no stranger to wildlife, environmental protection and sustainable energy.  It is thus not a surprise that out of every five acres of land throughout Pennsylvania, three of them are forest.  As such, the people of the state are …

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations!
St. Patrick’s Day is a lot of fun in Harrisburg.  Probably because it’s not just a day, but it seems to go on forever!  While officially it started 3 days ago (March 17th) there are still celebrations and activities going …

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Harrisburg Sports
It was pretty cool when Cal Ripken Jr., (of Hall of Fame, fame) stopped by in Harrisburg.  While he was more into the Studies when he came by (to the disappointment of my boys who were hoping for a focus …

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Harrisburg Landmark
A Harrisburg landmark is being resurrected by retired US Navy veteran Brian Dennis Douglas.  He felt the need to bring a Shanois Street tree “back to life because it was dying.” So, a few months ago, together with his wife …

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AmTrak Train
What fun this was to show the boys; the Amtrack Train that was filmed a few months ago on the Keytstone Corridor Before PTC by Super TrainsAmtrack! Wow we live in a great place!
Harrisburg and Trains
This video shows a variety of trains, Norfolk Southern coal, intermodal and merchandise trains, some Amtrak and more. As Pennsylvania’s state capitol and a railfan featuring rails radiating all around. Harrisburg and the Buffalo Line are connected to D&H Sunbury …

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Budweiser in Harrisburg
Earlier this month, the Budweiser Clydesdales came to Harrisburg and caused quite a commotion.  But it was a lot of fun as well and so great for the summer when I am always looking for something fun and different to …

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Harrisburg in History
Actually in pictures.  Thanks to PennLive.   Harrisburg is being featured in a series of old photos dating back to the 20th century.  It will use its own archives as well as photos from the Historical Society of Dauphin County.  The …

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