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Downtown Middletown thrift store closed; reopening date uncertain but it's called 'temporary'

The Middletown Interfaith Senior Service Thrift Shop closed “temporarily” on Oct. 7 with no set date for it to reopen. Thrift store board member Ellen Willenbecher described the move … more

Phone scam threatens arrest unless the potential victim calls back

The Elizabethtown Police Department has received information from a borough resident that they have been receiving automated messages over the past several days stating that if they don't call back … more

$2,000 in cigarettes stolen from Karns, with $5,000 damage; police seek persons of interest

Middletown police are searching for two persons of interest in relation to two burglaries that occurred late Sunday night or early Monday morning. The burglaries occurred at Karns, 101 S. Union … more

Red Cross opening shelter for flood victims in Middletown Area Middle School

A Red Cross shelter is opening at 5 p.m. today Tuesday July 25 in Middletown Area Middle School for people displaced by the flooding that occurred on Sunday. The shelter will provide food, a safe … more

Proposed budget includes tax increase that Middletown Area School Board hopes to reduce to "zero" by June 19

Middletown Area School Board during its May 15 meeting voted 7-0 to approve a preliminary 2017-18 school district budget that calls for a 1.23 percent increase in the real estate tax. The district … more

Study shows possible correlation between TMI accident, cancer

Just one day after the parent of Three Mile Island announced plans to shut down the plant by September 2019, the Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey publicized findings of a “possible … more

If you want a military banner, you have a deadline of July 1 to mail in your request

If you want to buy a “Hometown Heroes” banner to be hung in Middletown to honor a veteran or someone currently serving in the military, your order must be received in an envelope that is … more

County Commissioner Pries running for Congress to replace Charlie Dent

Dauphin County Commissioner Mike Pries, who lives in Derry Township, is running for Congress. The Republican is seeking to replace U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent, who is not running for re-election. The … more

High-speed chase reached 112 mph on Pennsylvania Turnpike

A Harrisburg man faces numerous charges after State Police say he led them on a 70-mile chase on the Pennsylvania Turnpike with speeds of at least 112 mph before the chase ended near … more
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