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Activities in our area don’t come to an end when school starts back up. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year in this area to get out in the community and take advantage of the … more
Uncertainty has hung over the Middletown Police Department for more than a year. For the good of the department, the borough and all its residents and businesses, we hope it ends soon. It … more
There are two very important meetings being held Sept. 3 at the Londonderry Township Municipal Building, 783 S. Geyers Church Road. If you are at all concerned about the future of the township, we … more
It’s been more than 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting, where two seniors murdered 12 students and one teacher in Colorado. It was a horrific day in U.S. history, on April … more
Don’t ever forget how important history is to the borough of Middletown. It’s the oldest city in Dauphin County, founded in 1755 by George Fisher and named because it is halfway … more
Central Pennsylvanians received an unfortunate look at where our fragile democracy stands July 30 in Hummelstown. The simple part of the story is that U.S. Rep. Scott Perry held a town hall event … more
Here we are, getting ready to flip the calendar over to August. Seven months of 2019 are in the books. But just check out that thermometer. We are certainly still in the throes of … more
A potential new ordinance that Middletown Borough Council is considering would be a shock to the system to many residents who own recreational vehicles, motor homes, boats and large campers. All … more
We know that the large chunk of money recently repaid to the borough of Middletown by the Tattered Flag Brewery & Still Works isn’t a true windfall. After all, the $1.5 million was a … more
We can’t wait to see what happens with a proposal to make Middletown a “bicycle-friendly community.” Because we think it’s a great idea. The borough and its residents … more
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