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Say goodbye Black Horse Tavern - and hello to “Old Coaly Pub.” The owner of Midtown Pizza, Massimiliano “Max” Randazzo, has purchased the Black Horse and plans to reopen it … more
A 1.2 million-square-foot warehouse is being planned behind Saturday’s Market along Route 230 in Londonderry Township. Core5 Industrial Partners submitted land development plans for the … more
Beginning Friday night Oct. 11 the right lane of westbound Route 283 from the Interstate 283 South/Route 283 west ramp to the Eisenhower Boulevard intersection will be closed for road construction, … more
Core5 Industrial Partners — the company that wants to develop the former School Heights Village and part of the Lytle Farms development — has Saturday’s Market under contract, … more
Dean Drayer, 87, from Hummelstown, died peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Dean was the son of the late John and Dorothy (Snavely) Drayer of Middletown. … more
James “Jim” Thomas Simmons, died peacefully on the evening of September 25, 2019 at Community General Hospital in Harrisburg. Jim was visited and comforted by friends and family who were with him … more
Betty E. Hoke, 98, formerly of Middletown, died peacefully on Monday, October 7, 2019 at Masonic Village, Elizabethtown. She was the widow of Clarence F. Hoke who died in 1974. Born in Royalton, she … more
Saturday’s Market — the longterm marketplace off Route 230 in Londonderry Township — is closing its doors at the end of November, according to a Facebook post by one of the vendors. … more
By Dan Miller and Phyllis Zimmerman Special to the Press & Journal Middletown Area School Board plans to hold a special meeting Oct. 17 as the next step … more
The Press & Journal recently received another statewide journalism award. An editorial published March 26, “We are not the enemy; borough, Press & Journal agree to settle lawsuit … more
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