These are the faces of Middletown. Male, female, young, old, of different faiths, different occupations, different opinions. But they are all Middletowners.
Borough residents gathered for what Facebook organizers hoped would be the first of many casual get-togethers that would bond the community. It was a unique initiative for a town to undertake, but one that could serve Middletown well as it embarks on a downtown makeover and a period when, faced with the tremendous growth of neighboring Penn State Harrisburg, it would be re-defining itself.
The Press And Journal hosted the first Meet & Greet on Wednesday, Feb. 25, and the crowd of at least 80 people included Mayor James H. Curry III, Council President Chris McNamara and councilors Mike Bowman and Anne Einhorn.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 15:55
With the beginning of Lent comes the Middletown area’s annual fish fry dinners – and the Londonderry Fire Company launched its second annual Fish Fry on Friday, Feb. 20 with a crowd that gathered at the Foxianna Road fire hall 30 minutes before volunteers began serving food.
The dinners continue every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. through April 3.
See who was there!
Press and Journal Photos by Eric Wise
Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 15:09
23 YEARS AGO - D.C. Appearance – U.S. Congressman Tom Ridge (PA-21), a Vietnam veteran and member of the Veterans Committee (right) welcomes Middletown’s Dominic DiFrancesco, National Commander of the American Legion to a joint House and Senate Veterans committee hearing. During the hearing DeFrancesco presented the American Legion’s legislative program to the group.
From The Wednesday, November 6, 1991, Edition
Of The Press And Journal
Camp’s 40th Year Marks Special Need
Although the swimming pool is still, the lodge is empty, and the last campers have said good-bye, preparations are well underway for the 40th anniversary season at Camp Harmony Hall in Lower Swatara Township.
For the Pennsylvania Easter Seals Society, the eight-week summer camping session is merely the culmination of a full year’s effort in education, training and coordination.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 16:27
Hundreds of local residents went fishing on Friday, March 21 – at Londonderry Fire Company’s first annual Fish Fry.
Lemon pepper haddock, crab cakes, breaded shrimp, steamed shrimp – fish filets with vegetables, fish on sandwich buns, fish and shellfish were abundant, a local treat for those observing Lent or those who just love fish.
The fire company, at 2655 Foxianna Road, will hold a fish fry every Friday during Lent, through April 18.
Here’s who was on the scene at the latest fish fry – at the table and in the kitchen!
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