Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 21:12
Written by Emily Schreiber
It featured everything from face painting to free train rides to a fierce-looking falcon (an intriguing attraction brought by ZooAmerica). Middletown Night Out was a fun festival at two locations – Hoffer Park and Oak Hills Park – on Tuesday, Aug. 5, and, incredibly, it was free.
Games, cupcake decorating, music – so many things to see.
Of course, it also featured the men and women who keep us safe – police officers, firefighters and ambulance crews.
Its purpose was to introduce the community to those who protect it, and vice versa, as a way to join everyone together in the fight against crime.
See who was there!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 13:33
Located on the Chesapeake Bay with over a mile of shoreline, Camp Rodney, North End, Md., boasts one of the top aquatic programs in the country for Boy Scouts.
Londonderry Twp.’s Troop 97 can attest to that: The Scouts recently returned from a weeklong adventure that included high-adventure sailing, swimming and other activities at the bay.. ..
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 20:44
Written by Noelle Barrett
L.J. Miller played out many moments on the rugby pitch barefoot. He may not have worn cleats, but he always wore a smile – the same way he lived his life.
It’s how the dozens of his brothers and sisters – his teammates on the the Harrisburg Rugby Club – remember him. Goofy and giving, full of happiness and heart.
“He was outgoing, always having fun, the butt of jokes most of the time, but he loved it,” said Mike Crockett, a friend and teammate.
James “L.J.” Clipp Miller was killed in a car accident in February 2013 on Interstate 83. The loss of Miller tore everyone apart, but also brought everyone together . . .
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 19:59
23 YEARS AGO - All Stars – Pictured from left are familiar faces to the Middletown Area High School’s girls’ softball scene: Audrey Koncar, catcher; Jennifer Vajda, outfielder; and Heather Judy, pitcher. The three have the distinction of being selected by coaches from the Mid-Penn Conference as “1991 All-Stars.” The girls were among 18 outstanding athletes chosen from over 120 players in the conference.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 August 2014 19:29