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Harlingen is located in southernmost Texas in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. It is about thirty miles from the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. In 1904 Lon C. Hill founded the town Harlingen after the city of the name in the Netherlands. At first the town was mostly agricultural. It had major crops of vegetables and cotton. However, in WWII military installations caused the population to double, and it has become an industrial center for the area. It is home to the Valley Race Park which is a racetrack for Greyhound dogs.

Population: 57564
Local Newspapers: Valley Morning Star The Brownsville Herald
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Harrisburg News
Office of Rep. Matt Gabler Announces $623,000 in State Funding for Two Area Improvement Projects

The office of Rep. Matt Gabler has announced that two improvement projects in the 75th Legislative District will benefit from more than $623,000 in state funding approved by the Commonwealth Financing Authority in Harrisburg on Tuesday. DuBois received a $423,169 grant through the Pennsylvania Small Water and Sewer Program to rehabilitate the gate and screen houses for its water system located in Union Township, Clearfield County.

Kane sewer board takes final action on legal adviser

The Eckert Seamans law firm of Pittsburgh will provide "expert" legal advice to the Kane Borough Sewer Authority on the proposed sale of the local sewage system. The authority is hoping to sell the system to Pennsylvania American Water, a private company that now provides water to Kane and sections of Wetmore Township.

Doctor admits to filling 332 prescriptions written to family Source: AP

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HMAC, after a troubled summer, seeks a new lease on life from Pa. Liquor Control Board

The future of the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center, a bar that everyone seems to have an opinon about, is about to be decided by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. A license renewal hearing began Tuesday.

Pedophile priests were returned to ministry

After doctors labeled them as pedophiles, priests were put back in ministry Even after being labeled threats or pedophiles by treatment centers, priests were put back in ministry. Check out this story on eveningsun.com: https://www.ydr.com/story/news/2018/09/18/doctors-labeled-them-pedophiles-but-priests-were-put-back-ministry/1213563002/ Representatives from the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests held an event to demand reform from both the church and legislators.

Wagner says he'd fight urban poverty where Democrats failed Source: AP

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Class action suit against dioceses in abuse case Plaintiffs in a...

Adult and Catholic school kindergartner behind class action complaint against 8 dioceses and bishops Plaintiffs in a class action suit seek full disclosure of all Catholic dioceses' records concerning abuse by priests. Check out this story on ydr.com: https://www.ydr.com/story/news/2018/09/17/pa-class-action-lawsuit-seeks-full-disclosure-all-predatory-priests/1338344002/ A Verona man and a Catholic school kindergartner are the representative plaintiffs in a class action suit seeking the full disclosure of all Catholic dioceses' records concerning sexual abuse by priests.

Camille Cosby demands investigation of Bill Cosby's judge for...

Camille Cosby appeared at judicial board in Harrisburg, Pa., to demand investigation of "unethical" and "biased" judge in Bill Cosby's case. Camille Cosby demands investigation of Bill Cosby's judge for 'unethical' judicial behavior Camille Cosby appeared at judicial board in Harrisburg, Pa., to demand investigation of "unethical" and "biased" judge in Bill Cosby's case.

Police arrest wanted man in Harrisburg

On August 22 around 6:03 p.m., police assisted Dauphin County Probation arrest Johnson in the 1500 block of State Street in Harrisburg. Probation officers observed Johnson at that location, and when they moved to take him into custody, Johnson attempted to flee the area.

Pennsylvania's Erie Insurance Appoints Kricher as Harrisburg Branch Manager

Fourteen-year Erie Insurance veteran Glenn Kricher has been appointed to the position of branch manager at the insurer's Harrisburg, Penn., branch, effective September 13. As a current senior district sales manager in Harrisburg, Kricher oversees one of Erie's largest districts. Kricher joined Erie's Harrisburg branch in 2004 as district sales manager.

Lackawanna County Sentencings

Elizabeth K. Yusinsky, 49, 10041 Valley View Drive, Newton Twp., to two years probation and a $2,500 fine for DUI - tier three, third offense. Michael Mojica, 23, 809 Gregs Drive, Harrisburg, to six months probation and a $300 fine for DUI - tier one, first offense.

Emergency shelter opens for violence victims

The YWCA of Greater Harrisburg has opened the first emergency shelter in Perry County to assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. While the county has always had programs to assist victims, often the nearest short-term and long-term shelters were in Dauphin and Cumberland counties.

Mayor Papenfuse's criticism of AutoZone project isn't unusual, business expert says

Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse's criticism of a plan to put an AutoZone store on a long-vacant lot near Sixth and Maclay streets may be controversial, but it's not unusual, an economic development expert said Friday. Papenfuse panned the Autozone proposal, saying it's not an appropriate type of business for one of the gateways into the city.

Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat celebrates 30th anniversary

The Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat Society began construction on the riverboat in 1985, a project of the Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat Society, initiated by Mike Trephan. Flanders Keller of Port Trevorton built the hull of the boat in late summer 1985.

By Marc LevyPennsylvania's sweeping grand jury report on child sexual ...

By Marc Levy Pennsylvania's sweeping grand jury report on child sexual abuse in Roman Catholic Church dioceses is drawing growing attention from prosecutors elsewhere as a court battle looms that could curtail such investigative reports in the future. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said Sept.

Restaurant Report: Rodent activity, unlabeled chemicals

Caf Fresco on Paxton Street in Harrisburg was out of compliance with 12 violations. The report says an inspector saw employees preparing food without hair nets, there was no soap at the hand washing sink, and employees were not washing hands between tasks that may have contaminated their hands.

Tom Wolf says he's the 'small business governor.' Pa. business groups aren't so sure.

Tom Wolf won the Democratic primary for governor four years ago with the help of campaign ads that depicted him as a benevolent employer who shared profits with workers. So it's no surprise that Wolf, whose family owned a kitchen-cabinet company, is billing himself as "the small business governor," as one of his current campaign ads puts it.

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