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A traffic stop for tinted windows led to felony charges against a Middletown woman, including receiving stolen property and possession of a firearm without a license. A gun that was reported … more
Teachers and school officials from across the 10th Congressional District gathered at Middletown Area High School on Aug. 6 to learn about how to identify concerning student behavior and know if a … more
Over two years in the making, a proposed ordinance aimed at protecting Middletown residents from being discriminated against because of their sexual orientation and gender identity has been approved … more
The intersection of Route 283 and North Union Street will be closed for several weekends and traffic detoured at some point next year as UPS reconstructs North Union Street from the Route 283 … more
Middletown police arrested an Enola man after he was caught driving a vehicle — shortly after having appeared before District Judge David Judy for a hearing regarding him driving under … more
Seven Scouts and three adult leaders from Boy Scout Troop 97 recently traveled to Kunkletown for a week of unique adventures at the Trexler Scout Reservation. Located on more than 900 acres … more
The Pennsylvania Lottery sold a record of more than $4.5 billion in games in the 2018-19 fiscal year, from which it generated a record profit of more than $1.14 billion to benefit older … more
Free potassium iodide pills to help protect residents from potential effects of a release of radiation from Three Mile Island will be distributed by the state at the Londonderry Township Building at … more
Grants of up to $20,000 are now available to income-eligibile homeowners in Dauphin County to fix up their homes. The grants can be used to bring a property up to standards that would correct any … more
The owner of a Chinese restaurant on North Union Street in Middletown says he might be forced to close it and move elsewhere if the borough continues what he alleges to be a pattern of harassment … more
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