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The seats are for a make-believe theater, but for Kerri Meyer, the memories these seats contain are very real. Meyer is co-owner of Let’s Pretend, a business on Brown Street in Middletown … more
The Press & Journal won six 2017 Keystone Press Awards, including three first-place honors, in results announced Thursday by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. “We certainly don’t do what … more
You may soon start seeing Middletown police officers patrolling on bicycles. A community bicycle patrol is in the works, Interim Police Chief George Mouchette told the Middletown Borough Council … more
The Dauphin County Board of Elections on Thursday approved a polling place change for Middletown borough’s 1st Ward/2nd Precinct, from the Community Building Auditorium at Emaus and Catherine … more
Science fiction buffs near and far are invited to join an unique online book club moderated by the director of the Middletown Public Library. John Grayshaw, a self-described “avid science … more
Middletown locals call the tunnel that runs under the railroad tracks from Catherine Street to the Karns parking lot “the subway.”Shortly after 10 a.m. Monday, March 20, Holland Burger … more
Who’s best? The Blue Raider champs from days of old, or today’s high school students fresh off a playoff run? After a week of back-and-forth trash talking videos between Mayor James H. … more
A Middletown woman is being held in Dauphin County Prison on $100,000 bail after police say she beat and tried to strangle a juvenile girl because she could not repeat the exact wording of Bible … more
No preliminary cost estimates for the March 14 snowstorm are available yet from officials of Londonderry and Lower Swatara townships and the borough of Middletown. However, officials plan to … more
Middletown police arrested a Steelton man on drug charges after he allegedly was caught attempting to sell heroin to a confidential informant on the borough Thursday, March 9. Borough police said … more
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