Lemoyne is a borough in Cumberland County. It was formerly named Bridgeport. Lemoyne lies across the Susquehanna River from Harrisburg and is only minutes from the capital. Lemoyne is served with easy access to Interstate 83 and Route 11/15 and has been known as the “gateway to the West Shore” serving as an entryway from Harrisburg to the many communities across the river from Harrisburg. Lemoyne is a part of the West Shore School District
Lemoyne is a quaint town that is most known for its West Shore Farmer’s Market, a place where people can shop for the freshest meats, fruits and vegetables and includes other delightful shoppes. It has been in existence for more than 60 years and locals consider it part of their Central Pennsylvania “experience”.
In 2005, Lemoyne celebrated its 100th birthday. Planning for the celebration helped to generate a major revitilization effort. A new streetscape, the creation of a business association, improvements to the parks and recreation, and the infusion of arts and entertainment were all a part of that process.
The Borough of New Cumberland is a municipality located in the Southeast section of Cumberland County and borders the Western Banks of the Susquehanna River in South Central Pennsylvania, a stones throw from the state Capitol. New Cumberland is served by the West Shore School District.
New Cumberland is rich in parks and recreation. It also features the New Cumberland Library, a tradition that has been hosted in history itself as the library is in one of the oldest and most historic buildings in the community.
The borough is noted for its yearly Apple Festival which gathers hundreds of vendors and brings thousands of visitors.
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