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Teacher goes back to school — literally; Dukes has first day at Kunkel, a school she attended

Just four years after graduating from Middletown Area High School, Janelle Dukes is back. Only now she’s a first grade teacher at Kunkel Elementary School — the same school that Dukes … more

PSU Harrisburg students by the hundreds

An array of Middletown area businesses and organizations welcomed PSU Harrisburg students, faculty and staff to the area at a event on campus Wed., Aug. 23. Penn State Harrisburg’s first … more

Harry Hicks: 20 years as a Middletown school crossing guard, and back for more this year

Almost every school day, without fail for 20 years, children walking to and from Fink Elementary School have seen the same sight a few blocks from the school building. At the corner of Adelia … more

Middletown Area High School band puts in long hours preparing for year

Fall athletic teams aren’t the only scholastic groups preparing for the upcoming months. The 53 members of the Middletown Area High School marching band have been tuning up for concerts and … more

Big jump for MASD kindergarten enrollment: Board dips into budgetary reserve to hire teacher

By Dan Miller danmiller@pressandjournal.com Enrollment is up at all Middletown Area School District schools this year — especially in kindergarten, where an unexpected spike in enrollment … more

Lower Dauphin students honored for ‘excellence’

Lower Dauphin High School’s PRIDE program seeks to recognize students who display the five character traits of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence. In March, students … more

New athletic director and new principal at Reid Elementary approved by Middletown Area School Board

H. Clifford Smith is the new athletic director of Middletown Area School District. The school board during its Aug. 8 meeting unanimously approved hiring Smith as athletic director to replace … more

Lower Dauphin fourth-graders honored for doing the right thing

A pair of Lower Dauphin fourth-graders were recognized as Lower Dauphin Communities That Care’s “Do the Right Thing” recipients for May. Nate Hartz, the son of Kristen and Ed Hartz, is a … more

Full Penn State board approves tuition hikes for fall 2017-18, including 2.49 percent increase for Penn State Harrisburg

A 2.49 percent increase in tuition for resident students entering Penn State Harrisburg this fall for the 2017-18 semester was approved by the full Penn State University Board of Trustees during the … more
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