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First Reformed Harrisburg

First Reformed Harrisburg

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Sermons from First Reformed Baptist Church. Contact Us at: https://firstreformed.org/contact-us/ Plan a visit at: https://firstreformed.org/visit/ Also, feel free to join us in-person at: 1801 State St. Harrisburg PA
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HBIC Podcast

Harrisburg BIC Church

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The Harrisburg Brethren in Christ Church exists to be a thriving diverse urban church sharing Christ’s love and serving the needs of our local and global communities.
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Next Gen PA

WAC Harrisburg

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Tired of the same old takes? Young leaders of the World Affairs Council of Harrisburg dive deep into the critical Pennsylvania issues impacting our community. Expect insightful discussions, interviews, and healthy debate. #NextGenPA
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Kingdom Lifestyle Harrisburg

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Empowering people to live a Kingdom Lifestyle out of their union with God, while growing in intimacy with Jesus.. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/King's Domain /support
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HYP Podcast

Harrisburg Young Professionals

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HYP serves as a catalyst in making Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) a better place to live, work and play, while developing and retaining future leaders.
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Magazine-style news podcast that introduces you to the most fascinating people in Harrisburg and Central Pennsylvania. Hear their authentic stories, straight from every month’s issue of TheBurg—with a different twist—on TheBurg Podcast. Because there’s always “more to the story.” Hosted by Karen Hendricks. TheBurg is a monthly community magazine devoted to PA news, business, art, culture, music, food, health, sports and more; Lawrance Binda, editor.
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. Overview: The Capital city and its art galleries, bars, restaurants, and long-held secrets are featured in this cozy-inspired mystery that is as unpredictable as the mighty Susquehanna River it sits on. When painter Keith Reed stumbles across a dead body in a Harrisburg bookstore, he doesn’t yet know that the vi ...
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Podsylvania

Patrick Wilson

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3 Friends living in Philly, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh get together every week (usually), to talk current events, life, relationships, books/movies, and all that Jazz! Each bringing their own unique view and a bit of humor, albeit dark and occasionally distasteful. So listen, laugh, and remember it’s ok joke around!
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Student Talk

PSH Student Government

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Student Talk is run by the Penn State Harrisburg Student Government Association. Get the chance to hear college students have some real conversations! You don't want to miss it! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/psh-sga78/support
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Whether you are new to genealogy or a practiced veteran of the craft, these short clips of information about genealogy and our ancestors should inspire and assist you in moving further on your family tree. Keep them handy when you hit a brick wall or want new inspiration for unique angles to take in your work. With each clip, you will quickly learn what you need to know and be ready to jump back into the ancestor pool with a renewed sense of purpose.
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Keystone Sports Network

Keystone Sports Network

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The Keystone Sports Network brings you "Keystone Kickoff" an hour long show with the most in-depth Penn State football information anywhere! Where you can catch us: - Harrisburg Wednesdays and Saturdays on WTPA 92.1 - State College MWF's on ESPN 1450 - Williamsport MWF's on 1600AM, 1050AM, 104.1FM and 92.7FM
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HBG Bible Talks

Capital City Christians

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Join us for simple, focused Bible reading and discussion. If you're looking for a podcast focused on understanding the text of what you're reading in the Bible, you're in the right place. We believe the Bible is the most important text ever written, and everyone should have the chance to examine it for themselves. Let's dive in to God's word together! This podcast is an outreach of Capital City Christians, a non-denominational church in Harrisburg, PA. To contact us, or for more information, ...
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Delco Young Democast

Delaware County (PA) Young Democrats

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The Delco Young Democast features news, interviews, tomfoolery, and the conversations that we want to hear about politics and society. Covering everything from Media to Harrisburg to Washington DC. Brought to you by the Delaware County (PA) Young Democrats.
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An insider's guide to buying and selling a home in the greater Harrisburg area. Informing and Empowering home sellers in Central PA by providing tips, secrets, and strategies for them to get the most money possible for their homes; thereby keeping our region strong for everyone. Provided as a free community learning service by Derek Bicksler of NextHome Capital Realty.
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PA BOOKS on PCN

PCN - Pennsylvania Cable Network

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PA Books features authors of books about Pennsylvania-related topics. These hour-long conversations allow authors to discuss both their subject matter and inspiration behind the books.
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Underfunded

Public Interest Law Center

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Public school funding in Pennsylvania has been on the skids for decades now, but today, it’s doing real harm all over the state. And this isn’t by accident. PA’s legislature has created a system where the kids who need the most, get the least, usually because of where they live. So much so that across the Keystone State, 86% of public school students are attending schools that are underfunded. And lots of Pennsylvanians are saying enough is enough. Some of them have gone so far as to take th ...
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* Interview with the Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad October 18th 2016 - Rossiya 24 - audio English *04-24-2017 - Donald Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer Press Conference audio English *04-27-2017 - President Trump Signs an Executive Order on Implementing an America-First Offshore Energy Strategy audio English *04-25-2017 - Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer audio English 04-26-2017 - Sean Spicer, Steve Mnuchin _ Gary Cohn Press Conference audio English *04-27-2017 - Evo Morale ...
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Candid comments from baseball players about the college recruiting process. Real Recruiting Stories benefits high school players and their families who are trying to navigate the journey to get "committed."
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THE RAMBLING DRIFTER: You’ll either hear our main show Weekly Ketchup, High-Hop, Closed Quarters or whatever the hell else comes to mind as we travel across America in the search for purpose!!! 🌎🌕🌑
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QC Fence Contractors in North Carolina offers a complete line of fencing materials including metal, wood, vinyl and vinyl composite materials. We can create the perfect fence for your home or business, and our installation professionals are trained to handle all of your fencing needs. If you have a fence around your home that needs repair, QC Fence Contractors in North Carolina is ready to serve your needs.
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Welcome to the Jen Waters' Pen Jen’s Inkwell Podcast! Jen wrote and performed all the original stories in the podcast. This podcast is produced by Eric Baines, who scored all the stories and poems in the series to public domain and original music. The podcast is associated with the blog of the same name, Pen Jen’s Inkwell, www.penjensinkwell.blogspot.com, which can be found on her website: www.jenwaters.com. It features the children's music and spoken word stories from her Apple Music releas ...
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Join Bobby Coon every week as he and his guests tell stories about their time working in Minor League Baseball. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes it rains. Welcome to the Pulling Tarp Podcast.
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Harrisburg is the capital of the state of Pennsylvania. Europeans first visited the area with the famous John Smith expedition in the early 1600s. The city has been important throughout American history for various reasons and occasions. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-pennsylvania/…
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Democratic State Rep. Kevin Boyle is back in Harrisburg to resume voting at the Capitol. Boyle, who represents Northeast Philly, says in a statement, he feels vindicated after accusations from political opponents were proven false. That's in reference to an April arrest warrant that accused Boyle of violating a protection from abuse order from 2021…
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In 1917, at the start of World War I, among global war and a global pandemic, Harrisburgers stepped up and served. The city experienced tribulations as residents feared espionage, suspected foreigners and demanded loyalty. Hospitals struggled with the 1918 flu at their doorstep. Join author Rodney Ross as he charts the World War I era and the Harri…
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Police and a religious group say a U.S. missionary couple has been shot and killed by criminal gang members in Haiti’s capital. The husband and wife, identified as Davy and Natalie Lloyd, were ambushed last night as they and a group of children left a youth group activity at a church in Port-au-Prince, according to authorities. Police say a third p…
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Two Philly cops have been placed on administrative leave after shooting and killing two dogs that were fighting in Grays Ferry on Thursday morning. The incident happened on Dover Street near Tasker Street. The officers found a 67-year-old man attempting to separate a pit bull and the Pomeranian. Investigators say the pit went after one of the offic…
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Philadelphia’s historic district is ready for visitors this Memorial Day weekend. KYW’s John McDevitt reports performers have been rehearsing for months and learning accurate facts about history from Historic Philadelphia's training program, called the Benstitute. (Named after Benjamin Franklin, of course.) 📸: John McDevitt/KYW Newsradio…
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Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, best known for his documentary "Super Size Me," has died. Spurlock died Thursday of complications from cancer, according to his family. The director made his debut 20 years ago with "Super Size Me," in which he ate only McDonald's for a month in order to show the dangers of a fast food diet. "Super Size Me" …
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Police have released surveillance footage of the suspect they say shot and injured an eight year old girl and two adults in Kensington this week. It was just before 3 p.m. Thursday when Deputy Commissioner Pedro Rosario says a car trying to make a turn onto Allegheny Avenue collided with a scooter riding in a nearby center lane. The scooter operato…
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There’s a small plot of land in far northeast philly that the pa game commission is touting as its first ever bow hunting grounds within city limits. The problem? Neighbors say they weren’t consulted about how it would be used and they have safety concerns. KYW's Nigel Thompson has the story. 📸: Getty Images…
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Heading into Memorial Day weekend, AAA Mid-Atlantic predicts more than half a million Philly-area residents will be traveling -- the second-highest travel volume since 2005. KYW Newsradio's South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty is at the shore ahead of the long weekend.By Audacy
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SEPTA is moving ahead with the first-ever redesign of its bus routes. After three years of planning and more than 200 public meetings, the SEPTA Board approved the top-to-bottom overhaul Thursday afternoon, called Bus Revolution. KYW Newsradio's MIke DeNardo reports.By Audacy
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Three teenagers and a woman were stabbed during a fight on a SEPTA bus near the King of Prussia Mall Thursday night, Upper Merion police said. It happened on Court Boulevard, in front of Macy’s. Investigators said the woman brandished a knife during the fight. They are still trying to confirm if that was the knife used in the assault. All four peop…
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Congressman Dwight Evans, representing Pennsylvania’s 3rd District, including a large part of Philadelphia, is recovering after suffering from a minor stroke. In a statement released Thursday, Evans emphasized on the word "minor," saying initially he didn't even realize he had a stroke. The lawmaker however, explains he will have some difficulty wa…
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Two men charged with shooting a 5-year-old boy and his grandfather at a Philadelphia gas station last summer have pleaded guilty to some offenses in a deal with prosecutors. Prosecutors say 22-year-old Antwan Grimes, 23-year-old Keon Smith, and two others shot at a car more than five dozen times last June — and struck another car carrying the littl…
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A man from Camden County, New Jersey, has been sentenced to 40 years in state prison for the murder of his ex-wife, according to the county prosecutor's office. They say in the summer of 2020, 76-year-old Philip Puche attacked his ex-wife Nancy Kenny as she was getting into her car, while outside her Audubon Park home. Puche is said to have slashed…
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Officials have announced charges against the man they identified as 61-year-old Wilbert Rosado-Ruiz, who is accused of carrying out a mass shooting at his workplace in Chester, Delaware County, that killed two coworkers and sent three coworkers to the hospital. KYW Newsradio's Justin Udo has the story.…
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A Philadelphia city council member has proposed subpoenaing the mayor, or members of her administration, to get answers about the services being provided at a building in his district. KYW’s City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports. Photo credit: KYW NewsradioBy Audacy
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To the relief of drivers in Tacony and throughout the region, PennDOT is fully reopening the rebuilt bridge on I-95 at Cottman Avenue that was damaged in a fiery crash last June. All four southbound lanes reopened this morning. The four northbound lanes and the northbound off-ramp open tomorrow morning at five a.m. KYW’s Mike DeNardo reports. Photo…
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A 23-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a teenager at an apartment complex in Roxborough. Philadelphia police say the victim was trying to help a woman in a domestic violence situation when he was killed. KYWs Crime and Justice reporter Kristen Johanson joins us live with details. Photo credit: Philadelphia Police De…
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Two teenage boys were playing with a gun when one accidentally shot the other, investigators said. It happened around 9 p.m. Wednesday at a West Oak Lane home on North Broad Street, near Chelten Avenue. Police said a 14-year-old boy was shot in the stomach and taken to the hospital, where he’s in serious but stable condition. The 15-year-old boy ac…
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A 33-year-old man was shot several times outside his ex-girlfriend’s house in East Germantown early Thursday morning, investigators said. Police responded to multiple 911 calls around 1:30 a.m. to the intersection of Wister Street and Church Lane. “There were six spent shell casings,” said Chief Inspector Scott Small. “All six of the spent shell ca…
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In northern Mexico, at least nine people were killed and 60 people were injured in a stage collapse during a campaign rally. A strong gust of wind knocked everything over during an event that was attended by a presidential longshot candidate. Videos of the dramatic collapse posted to social media last night show people screaming and running away an…
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All permanent lanes of I-95 in the Northeast are set to reopen, less than a year after the deadly crash that caused the highway to collapse. The four permanent southbound lanes opened overnight. The northbound side is expected to open early Friday morning, just in time for the holiday weekend. Gov. Josh Shapiro and top state and federal highway off…
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