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Wildwood Park, a 210 acre gem is known for its 90-acre shallow lake and over 6 miles of trails. The park is within the city of Harrisburg and is administered and maintained by the Dauphin … more
The ribbon was cut May 31 on the York LGBTQIA+ Resource Center. The York Center is located at 15 N. Cherry Lane, off of Cherry Lane Park in downtown York City. The center is inside the I.D.E.A.S. … more
LGBT History Open House at Dickinson Archives Are you interested in seeing the LGBT History Project's archived materials up close and personal? An open house will be held at the Dickinson … more
Before The Emails or Benghazi or a blue Gap dress, Hillary Clinton dealt with a much less controversial stain on her character, which was that she reportedly liked to gab with high-profile dead … more
Founded in 2005,  Thorns, a women's rugby team, emphasizes the building of camaraderie on and off the playing field. The team provides a positive environment so every player, regardless of skill … more
Harrisburg Peace Promenade held a rededication ceremony July 14 at the Peace Garden, an area near Front & Emerald sts. along the Susquehanna River. more
Lancaster Pride drew thousands out to Conestoga Street in downtown Lancaster June 23. "We’re not going anywhere but our fight for basic civil rights isn’t over,” one participant … more
MCC of the Spirit, 2973 Jefferson Street, Harrisburg, is collecting items to put in Blessing Bags to be given to the homeless in downtown Harrisburg every week. more
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