As part of the test conducted by Exelon Generation, which operates TMI, all 96 sirens within 10 miles of the facility will sound for three minutes.
The purpose of the sirens is to alert residents to tune in to an Emergency Alert System (EAS) broadcast station for information from state officials.
This test is the second of two semi-annual tests in 2015.
Capital Region Water, Lower Paxton Township, and Susquehanna Township Seek Public Comment on Draft Paxton Creek StrategyFriday, November 13, 2015 • 9:54 am
PAHousingSearch.com website achieves successes during first three years, serving nearly 10,000 housing searches a week.
Online housing locator has proven its value most in the aftermath of storms
Central PA Friends of Jazz, 35th Annual Central PA Jazz Festival Kicks off Thursday, August 27th, 2015Monday, August 24, 2015 • 9:14 am
Harrisburg, PA- The Harrisburg Downtown Improvement District (HDID) will soon be satisfying your taste buds with Harrisburg Restaurant Week, for not just one, but two weeks of dining pleasure from September 14 – 18 & September 21 - 25. The HDID will also be providing free parking for the event in the River Street Garage, from 5 pm to 9 pm, Monday through Friday during the two week event.
HARRISBURG, PA – Dauphin County Commissioners Jeff Haste, Mike Pries, George P. Hartwick III, in cooperation with Historic Harrisburg Association, are holding a series of guided walking tours of the spectacular interiors and the stately surroundings of the Dauphin County Courthouse in downtown Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG, PA.– The Pride of the Susquehanna riverboat, first launched in 1988, announces that they are on the verge of welcoming their one-millionth passenger this summer. A special prize pack, including a vacation and gift certificates, has been put together as the Riverboat Society's way of saying "thanks" to everyone who has taken a ride since her initial launch.
Dauphin County Commissioners and the County's Multicultural Task Force Committee extend a warm invitation to a free, open air street festival celebrating cultural diversity in Dauphin County. The festival will offer national and local recording artists, ethnic foods, crafts, Kid's Corner and more. Bring your lawn chairs. Family Activities will be provided by the Dauphin County Drug & Alcohol Department. For more info and a complete schedule, visit http://www.dauphincounty.org/government/Parks-and-Recreation/Festivals-Special-Events/Pages/Cultural-Fest.aspx
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