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Old West Chocolate Avenue, between Hockersville Road and Hersheypark Drive, will be closed to fix a sink hole under the roadway.   Road closure will start on 06/10/2020, around 6:00 am and PennDOT hopes to have the work completed by 3:00 pm.   PennDOT will provide barricades and warning devices for the road closure.  

The City of Harrisburg is expecting a large number of outside advocacy groups to rally at the Capitol Complex Monday morning. The Harrisburg Police Department, in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies, is preparing for an event that may impact traffic access to parts of the downtown area. Beginning in the morning, barricades will be distributed at various points along Forster, Second, and Third Streets. Drivers are encouraged to remain vigilant and watch for pedestrians if in the downtown area.

The test will take place today, June 4th at 12:15 pm. During the test, all 96 sirens will sound for a full 3 minutes. 

We are all living through a time of economic dislocation, pandemic, and outrage at the senseless death of George Floyd.  We reject the actions that led to his death which are directly contrary to the training and the professional standards of the Susquehanna Township Police Department.

Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse and Police Commissioner Thomas Carter will speak to local news media today at 4:00pm, in reference to this weekends protests and current community concerns. We encourage residents and visitors of Harrisburg to monitor local news outlets for information distributed during this meeting. The Harrisburg Bureau of Police would like to thank it's residents for their patience and understanding during these challenging times in our country, and our communities. 

Due to current events in the City of Harrisburg, Mayor Papenfuse has declared a curfew starting at 9:00 pm this evening. Residents are requested to stay in, or at, their residence. More details will be announced as they become available. 

The curfew restriction will end at 6:00 am this morning, Sunday May 31st.

Due to current events in the City of Harrisburg, Mayor Papenfuse has declared a curfew starting at 9:00 pm this evening. Residents are requested to stay in, or at, their residence. More details will be announced as they become available. 

The curfew restriction will end at 6:00 am this morning, Sunday May 31st. 

Please be advised of the following road closures planned for this week:

Due to construction, North Union Street between Fulling Mill Road and 80th Street/Fiddlers Elbow Road will be closed daily from 7 PM to 5AM starting on May 26th, 2020. It is anticipated that the work will be completed in 30 days.

Is your dog missing? She was found in the 400 block of East Main Street in the borough. If she belongs to you please contact the Middletown Borough Police Department at 717-558-6900.

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