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HARRISBURG — With a turn of a tassel, 137 seniors graduated from Middletown Area High School on June 4 at the Forum Auditorium. This was the last graduating class to attend the old high … more
Middletown’s new contract with its trash hauler will cost the borough more, but residents need not worry about it. Borough council June 4 approved a two-year extension of the town’s … more
State Sen. Mike Folmer, third from left, and the rest of the Pennsylvania Senate honored former Middletown Mayor Robert Reid, center, on Monday with a citation recognizing his more than 50 years of … more
Recently, through a grant from the William G. Pomeroy Foundation, B'nai Jacob Synagogue at Nissley and Water streets in Middletown was awarded a historical marker designed by Sewah Studios in … more
Nathan Ocker has strong feelings about losing – even more so than most people. “I hate it. Can’t stand it,” he said. “Even in games around the house (growing up), … more
Middletown Area Historical Society’s Arts & Crafts Fair returned once again to Hoffer Park on Saturday, offering something for just about everyone. This year’s 44th annual event … more
The Lewis & Clark Circus has booked two performances, at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Susquehanna Street Park. more
Many people don't know the difference between a food bank and a food pantry. They don't realize, for example, that the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank is a central warehouse that delivers to the … more
Penn State Harrisburg swim instructor Holly Maitland-Mckenna is set to swim the English Channel this month, sometime between June 9 and 13. Her swim is dedicated to help raise money for the fight … more
Public parks in Middletown are being hit by vandals, with Colston Park on South Wood Street the latest victim. A borough police officer on patrol discovered the damage at about 1:30 a.m. Thursday, … more
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