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January 2017

Friday Favorites - Who Is Your Favorite Comic Book Character

02/03/17

Friday Favorites - Who Is Your Favorite Comic Book Character

This week, the staff answered questions about their favorite comic book characters

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Against the Grain

01/30/17

Against the Grain

This new web feature aims to introduce readers to budding new artists with an alternative, eclectic and sometimes avant-garde feel.

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Friday Favorites Poll - What Is Your Favorite Cartoon?

01/27/17

Friday Favorites Poll - What Is Your Favorite Cartoon?

What Is Your Favorite Cartoon?

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Furry Friend of the Month, January 2017

01/04/17

Furry Friend of the Month, January 2017

Meet Chicken Dumpling, our adoptable Furry Friend of the Month. He is a 3-year-old male looking for his forever home.  Mr. Dumpling needs a quiet home with no other cats where he can have all of the attention. To adopt him, contact the Humane Society of the Harrisburg Area at (717) 564-3320.

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Volunteer of the Month, January 2017

01/04/17

Volunteer of the Month, January 2017

Tell the readers about your volunteering. I am honored to sit on the Capital Region Board of Directors for the American Heart and Stroke Association.  I also volunteer time to the regional council for Junior Achievement, the American Cancer Society, York & PA State SHRM, my local Freemason lodge, Riverside 503/Eureka West Shore 302, Leadership Harrisburg Area and have recently gotten involved with Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Why do you volunteer? What do you get out of it? I come from very humble beginnings, adopted and raised by my grandfather in Bedford Pennsylvania.  I made it a personal goal of mine to someday be able to give back 10-fold what this world has given to me.  I consider myself very blessed and, in turn, would like to leave a lasting legacy of...

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Small Business of the Month, January 2017

01/04/17

Small Business of the Month, January 2017

Tell us about the origins and impetus of Highland Gardens. Started as a mom-and-pop grocery store and decided it was more fun to sell tomato plants than canned tomatoes! Started selling vegetables and fruit trees and expanded into a full-service garden center. Our impetus was being perfectly timed and situated to grow with the Highland Park and Camp Hill area. For readers who may be unfamiliar, describe Highland Gardens. We are a full-service garden center. Great plants – many unusual and collector plants, as well as the usual. Over 1,500 perennial types, heirloom tomato varieties, fancy annuals, many, many hydrangeas, dwarf conifers, Japanese maples, awesome trees. We love trees! Garden embellishments, such as granite bird baths, chimes, benches, frilly and silly, too!...

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