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Teenager charged with killing baby chick by beating it against fence

A 15-year-old Middletown resident has been charged with animal cruelty for allegedly abusing and causing the death of a baby chick. Police say the chick was inside a plastic bag that the youth was … more

Wheel A Thon gives bikes to kids who made the grade

Eighty-four new bicycles were given to children from Middletown and from throughout Dauphin County during the 21st annual Wheel A Thon held by Youth 10x’s Better Ministries on Saturday at … more

Middletown police, constable honored for efforts at fatal fire

Three Middletown police officers and a state constable were honored July 2 for their heroism in trying to rescue a woman from a house fire at 208 E. Roosevelt Ave. on March 19. A group of 12 … more

Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls to go up again in January 2019

Tolls to drive on the Pennsylvania Turnpike will go up by another 6 percent on Jan. 6, 2019, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission decided during its bimonthly meeting on July 3. The 6 percent … more

New audit outlines where $43.2 million in Middletown's Suez deal was spent

A forensic audit completed for Middletown by RKL of Lancaster confirms how much money the borough paid its legal and financial advisors for their roles in negotiations in 2014 toward a 50-year lease … more

Man charged with having heroin, two hit-and-runs: Police and Courts Roundup

An Oberlin man faces numerous charges after police say he caused two hit-and-run accidents and was then found in possession of heroin, all in the same day. According to arrest papers Elizabethtown … more

Lower Swatara Township woman honored nationally for work at Giant

A Lower Swatara Township woman recently was recognized as one of Progressive Grocer magazine’s top women in the grocery industry. Jennifer Scott, who works for Giant/Martin’s as a … more

Gun, $2,000 stolen; 5 charged for using toys without permission: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

A pistol and $2,000 were reported stolen in a burglary in the 1000 block of North Spring Street between 5 and 11 p.m. June 19. Investigators said the front door to the apartment was smashed to … more

With extreme heat on the way, Dauphin County offers free air conditioners, fans to seniors who qualify

With the weekend weather forecast predicting dangerously high temperatures, Dauphin County’s Area Agency on Aging are warning people, particularly those with asthma, heart or lung diseases and … more

Middletown zoning board denies appeal of ban vs. more than 2 unrelated people living in a house

Middletown zoning hearing board by 3-0 vote on June 28 denied an appeal filed by a property owner of a borough law prohibiting more than two unrelated persons from living in a dwelling.The board did … more
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