Sara Ganim was standing in her pink socks in the office of the Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot-News when she heard the news Monday.
Things are completely different now … I spend three days a week in Harrisburg lobbying representatives from all over the state.
Stephens left New York City when he was 20 to begin college in Harrisburg, but he traveled often to the city for work.
Stephens left New York City when he was 20 to begin college in Harrisburg, but he travelled often to the city for work.
“This may be the most high-profile sexual abuse case ever,” says Andreozzi, of Harrisburg.
If he meets with only conscripts and militia he may penetrate as far as Harrisburg, and then let Europe perpend!
You will come with me as far as Harrisburg; it may be easier to part there than here.
Salem, Albany, and Harrisburg possess newspapers above the average of ability and circulation.
Carleton, divining the state of affairs, took the railway to Harrisburg.
Harrisburg stands in the centre of the great Appalachian Valley, where it is bisected by the broad Susquehanna.
American colony, later U.S. state, 1681, literally "Penn's Woods," a hybrid formed from the surname Penn (Welsh, literally "head") + Latin sylvania (see sylvan). Not named for William Penn, the proprietor, but, on suggestion of Charles II, for Penn's late father, Admiral William Penn (1621-1670), who had lent the king the money that was repaid to the son in the form of land for a Quaker settlement in America. The story goes that the younger Penn wanted to call it New Wales, but the king's secretary, a Welshman of orthodox religion, wouldn't hear of it. Pennsylvania Dutch is attested from 1824.
State in the northeastern United States bordered by Lake Erie and New York to the north; New Jersey to the east; Delaware, Maryland, and West Virginia to the south; and Ohio to the west. Its capital is Harrisburg, and its largest city is Philadelphia.
Note: One of the thirteen colonies.