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Penn State buying Nittany Village for $21.9 million

The 267-bed Nittany Village student housing complex at 451 W. Main St. in Lower Swatara Township is being purchased by Penn State University.The university Board of Trustees during its Friday, Sept. … more

Car lovers fill North Union Street during Kuppy's Diner Cruise-in

Kuppy's Diner Cruise-in on September 13 raised over $12,000, according to Kuppy's co-owner Carol Kupp. She anticipated more money coming in in the days following the car show. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc. more

Council approves Morris as interim police chief while Mouchette faces charges

Middletown Borough Council on Sept. 4 ratified the appointment of Sgt. Dennis Morris as interim chief of the police department. Council’s action backs up Mayor James H. Curry III’s … more

Luck, training save man whose heart stopped; Neuschwander was at track when he had emergency

Jim Neuschwander of Derry Township considers himself lucky to be alive. The 48-year-old information technology director often runs on the track at Middletown Area High School, on the same campus … more

Hensel humbled by selection as MASD Teacher of the Year

At her job interview to work in the Middletown Area School District, Melanie Hensel was asked if she would help coach gymnastics. “I chuckled and said, ‘Sure,’” she … more

Middletown Area School District will lease out space for more child care

Middletown Area School Board on Sept. 4 approved an agreement to lease space at Reid Elementary School for a before- and after-school child care program run by Growing Adventures Child Care. The … more

Handicapped parking rules get update in borough

Middletown Borough Council by 7-0 vote Sept. 4 approved an ordinance revising rules and regulations for residents who want to get an unreserved on-street handicapped parking space in town. The … more

Council approves large truck limits on several borough streets near Capital Logistics Center

Middletown Borough Council on Sept. 4 gave final approval to an ordinance intended to keep large trucks off several streets in town. The ordinance bans trucks longer than 40 feet from sections of … more

Police say woman beat child repeatedly

A Middletown woman was arrested by borough police after she allegedly beat a 10-year-old child during an incident in the 700 block of North Pine Street shortly after 2 p.m. on Sept. 1. Krystian … more

Bank scam had text messages threatening death: Police and Courts Roundup

Middletown residents should be on the lookout for yet another bank scam, this one involving text messages. Police on Sept. 4 received a report from a borough man who said he had gotten a text on … more
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