The Week That Has Been: Harrisburg News & Articles

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Bryan Majors of Major Prep

There are a lot of things dropping locally this weekend: a Hershey’s Kiss, a strawberry, and even a pickle. But we have something you don’t have to wait until midnight for.

Our January issue of the magazine just dropped! Start the New Year off on the right foot and grab a copy or read online. But first, check out our latest roundup of local news for the year below, delivered a day earlier than usual. Happy New Year, Harrisburg!

Like 2021 coming to an end, our editor looks back on the 10 best reports of the year. What made the cut? Find out, here.

Artistic blogger Bob closed 2021 by offering an update on one of the most important exhibitions of the year in our region and taking a look at 2022.

January is full of events to add to your calendar. Find our list of events, here. For other activities, see our community corner.

Kwanzaa started on Sunday and continues through this week. Our online story features two Harrisburg-based companies, Major Prep Apparel and The Lotus Pot, both of which stand for vacation fundamentals.

new year’s eve in Harrisburg will be celebrated at FNB Field on City Island, a change from the traditional 2sd Street location. There will be fireworks, food trucks and a giant strawberry, which will drop until the countdown to midnight, our story reported online.

A new Year is ahead of us, and while COVID is still here, our editor is optimistic for the future of the city and TheBurg. Read his January Editor’s Note, here.

The progression grid in Harrisburg has brought back loyal customers for years. What is their secret to success? Find out what owners Nick and John Karagiannis have to say, in our magazine article.

Susquehanna Folk Music Society has a new executive director, our magazine article reported. Former director Jess Hayden has retired after 20 years at the helm of the organization.

Our year in review features 2021’s most popular online news, click-by-click. To find out which story took first place and has been viewed 26,000 times, click here.

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