Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Dauphin County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
It’s hard to miss the signs pointing to Route 39‘s future north of Hershey in West Hanover Township.
Some of them are quite large and aligned toward the road.
While the names are all different — High Associates, Brownstone, Landmark Commercial Reality, among them — the message is pretty standard: “Available.”
In West Hanover Township, Route 39, also known as Hershey Road, is open for business.
What used to be rural farmland and rolling green hills is once again quickly becoming dotted with new developments and “For Sale” signs as two lines of force converge along Route 39.
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The Harrisburg area is starting to clean up and services are coming back online after the Great Flood of 2011. The Susquehanna River is back under flood stage along with the Swatara Creek.
Capital Area Transit services will resume on Monday.
Linda Thompson, Harrisburg‘s Mayor, is ending the curfew and state of emergency tonight at 9 p.m. The mayor said she was pleased with Harriburg’s overall condition.
Amtrak service between Harrisburg and Lancaster is still out of commission today. Still no word on train travel between the two cities for Monday.
There are still about 500 PPL customers in Shipoke, Midtown and Uptown without power.
City Island Parking is closed on Monday.