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Andrew Fountain premiers ‘False Pretenses’ film in Harrisburg

Andrew Fountain, False Pretenses Producer, and Johnathan Davis, Actor in the False Pretenses film, joined us on The Spark Monday to share the details about their career, the film and their roles within it.

By Aniya Faulcon

Republican Scott Perry faces Democrat Shamaine Daniels in race for U.S. Congressional 10th District

On Nov. 8, voters will decide who will represent Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District. Incumbent Rep. Scott Perry has served five terms. Democratic challenger Shamaine Daniels sits on Harrisburg’s city council.

Here is what you need to know about the candidates and where they stand on some issues.

By Gabriela Martínez

Stretch of Harrisburg’s Second Street goes two-way Thursday

One of Harrisburg’s main thoroughfares – Second Street – will switching from one-way to two-way traffic in a two mile stretch.

By Scott LaMar

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Updated: August 29, 2022 | 12:42 pm

Harrisburg pizza shop employees tried to unionize. Then the shop closed.

Former employees of a now-shuttered restaurant in Harrisburg are filing unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board.

By Gabriela Martínez

A physical activity study increases mental health of women experiencing homelessness

Tonya Miller, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at Harrisburg University, who conducted the study, worked with Harrisburg University students and local shelters to educate homeless women on their physical activity and in turn, shift their mindset to achieve an overall sense of well-being.

By Aniya Faulcon

Harrisburg students create social justice quilt displayed at MLK Government Center

A class of Harrisburg third grade students created a social justice quilt last year with hopes to bring awareness and make a change.

By Aniya Faulcon

Harrisburg developer says creating affordable housing means more than new apartments

George Fernandez has played in health outreach for Latinos across the state. Now, he wants to house people in need.

By Anthony Orozco

Harrisburg settles with ACLU over conditions for climate event

Better Path Coalition and the ACLU of Pennsylvania sued Harrisburg over what they say was a lack of transparent standards and fixed permit fees as the group tried to organize a climate action march in June.

By Rachel McDevitt

Artsfest returns to Harrisburg Memorial Day weekend

Artsfest because it is one of the premiere events in Central Pennsylvania.

By Scott LaMar