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In what one resident called “a head scratcher,” the Middletown Area School Board is set to approve several personnel moves at its meeting Monday, including removing Jeremy King from his … more
HARRISBURG — Amid cheers and words of encouragement, the 152 members of the Class of 2017 embarked on the next chapter of their lives Wednesday, June 7, as they graduated from Middletown Area … more
HERSHEY — Members of Lower Dauphin High School’s Class of 2017 said farewell on the evening of June 8 at the Giant Center. The 286 graduates accepted their diplomas from school board … more
Alfred Carricato accepted his high school diploma on Wednesday, May 31, in the auditorium at Steelton-Highspire High School, about 72 years after his classmates. There were no graduation … more
Middletown Area High School students enter the prom on Saturday, May 20, at Red Lion Hotel Harrisburg Hershey. Photos Special to the Press & Journal by Bill Darrah more
Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were honored as Students of the Month for May. Anna Mostoller was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. Anna, the daughter of Todd and … more
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts unveiled a newly completed mural created by Lower Dauphin High School students at the turnpike’s Lawn Service Plaza … more
Middletown Area High School students enter the prom on Saturday, May 20, at Red Lion Hotel Harrisburg Hershey. Photos Special to the Press & Journal by Jodi Ocker more
Amid hundreds of blue-and-white clad supporters chanting “We are … Penn State!”, head football coach James Franklin outlined what he said makes the Nittany Lions program special during the … more
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