Harrisburg

Local Couple Weds Amidst Lockdown

by Adam Grobman

Trips to the grocery store and working from home are your typical state-in-lockdown behavior. But a wedding?

For Nate Longenecker and Stefanie Miller, that seemed like the natural thing to do.

On March 23, while most of the country was at home or stocking up on essentials,…

Sub-Carpathia Unearthed: Website Gives Resources to Connect with Roots


by Adam Grobman

Marshall Katz has always been interested in family history.  His paternal grandfather arrived in America in 1923 and Marshall’s father was the first born American in the family in 1924.

While much of the Camp Hill resident’s family was killed in the Holocaust before he…

2019 Joint Agency Annual Meeting Celebrates Community

by Adam Grobman

On Thursday, October 24th, community agencies came together for the Joint Agency Annual Meeting at the Harrisburg JCC.

This was the fifth time that the meeting was held, during which board members of Jewish agencies in Harrisburg were elected/installed and community members…

Orthodox Jewish EMT Serves Community, One Patient at A Time

Like many modern Jews, Reuben Rosenberg has no problem incorporating his Judaism into his professional life. He just makes a few tweaks along the way. Reuben, an Emergency Medical Technician with Community Life Team, follows the Jewish principal of pikuach nefesh (the importance of…

Corporal Levine Practices Tikkun Olam On & Off the Job

Swatara Township Police Corporal Isaac Levine shares his bashert (destiny): to become a police officer.