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Harrisburg’s newest treasurer brings passion to politics

Harrisburg’s newest treasurer brings passion to politics

TEMP ORARY February 9, 2012 0

Twenty-four-year-old John Campbell was recently elected as the city of Harrisburg’s new treasurer. Campbell was elected in November 2011 and sworn into office in January 2012. Campbell now faces a huge task: tackling the

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Harrisburg problems continue amid politicians’ 3 percent raise

Harrisburg problems continue amid politicians’ 3 percent raise

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 1

A judge turned down Harrisburg’s bankruptcy case, and now the city needs to rehabilitate its financial situation under the state’s guidance. The case was dismissed because it violated the state’s rules laid out for

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Pennsylvania capital fights bankruptcy filing

Pennsylvania capital fights bankruptcy filing

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

On Monday Oct. 17, a federal judge heard arguments about whether Harrisburg, Pa., could move ahead with a bankruptcy petition. The mayor of Harrisburg is fighting a 4-to-3 City Council vote that allowed the

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Advertising mail aids suffering United States Postal Service

Advertising mail aids suffering United States Postal Service

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

The Sept. 30 deadline that the United States Postal Service (USPS) had been issued to pay its financial obligations has passed. What’s the verdict? It appears that students will still receive letters from friends,

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