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Dauphin County Sheriff's Office: Those threatening phone calls are scams, and they aren't coming from us

The Dauphin County Sheriff’s Office once again is issuing a warning about a phone scam targeting residents.      Sheriff Nicholas Chimienti Jr. has received numerous … more

Borough lawsuit claims McNees lawyer admitted mistake was made related to Suez water, sewer lease

On March 1, then-borough Solicitor Adam Santucci of McNees Wallace & Nurick made a stunning admission to a Middletown councilor, according to a lawsuit recently filed by the borough. Santucci … more

Details outlined for outdoor restaurant seating, with or without alcohol being served

Middletown restaurants could offer outdoor seating on a public sidewalk from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. from April 1 through Oct. 31, under an ordinance being considered by borough council. Council had … more

New Lower Swatara manager settles in to job

Early on a recent Thursday morning, Betsy McBride’s office phone rang. A Lower Swatara resident was calling to ask about the township’s noise ordinance. McBride told the resident that … more

Middletown Area School District cuts back on projected tax increase, to 1.9 percent

A proposed 3.1 percent tax increase for Middletown Area School District residents for 2018-19 has been reduced to 1.9 percent, and new development at Harrisburg International Airport is part of the … more

Lawsuit outlines role borough says McNees, Susquehanna Group played in Suez lease

The lawsuit Middletown borough filed against its former solicitor and former financial advisor traces the roles that it contends McNees Wallace & Nurick and Susquehanna Group Advisors Inc. played … more

Housing growth will have huge impact on area: Editorial

We’ve talked many times in editorials about the impact that commercial growth likely will have on the area. We’ve discussed the new hotels going up near the airport, the potential for … more

Living forever isn’t what it’s cracked up to be: James Miller

The desire to live forever is often the attribute of a madman. At least, that’s how it’s portrayed in countless works of fiction. Think about every movie, play, novel and television … more

Tree planting such as what was done locally is key to health of bay: Harry Campbell

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s latest assessment of how bay states are doing when it comes to meeting pollution-reduction goals made news recently. Unfortunately, in Pennsylvania’s … more

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, June 15, 1983, edition of the Press & Journal

Attorney general inquest requested into police and council activities A request for formal investigation into the activities of Middletown Borough Council and the borough’s police department was … more
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