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Deja vu? As the buzzer signaling the end of regulation rang at Cottage Hill on Friday, Sept. 19, Steelton-Highspire found itself in the same position it was in the week before – a tie game. This time, the Rollers were hoping for the same … more
  Click here to submit a Sound OFF. Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation. “Do you know what really makes me mad…” … more
  It's a tradition at Steelton-Highspire High School for couples heading to the prom to stop on Lincoln Street, climb out of their cars and strut their glamor.The street fills with prom-goers in elegant gowns and snazzy tuxedoes, with … more
Penn State Harrisburg’s Theta Iota Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda is pleased to announce the induction of twenty six new members into its chapter for 2014.The Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor society is devoted to the advancement of scholarship … more
There always seemed to be that one inning for the Middletown softball team in each loss last season where fielding errors grew in bunches, where unearned runs trumped anything that Blue Raider hitters could accomplish at the plate. For the full … more
Officials from the Prince Edwin-Spring Creek Lodge 486, Free and Accepted Masons, present a donation to Cub Scout Pack 97, Londonderry Twp., for the purchase of a new Pinewood Derby track. Pictured are: adults, from left, Worshipful Master Edward … more
  Two weeks into the winter sports season, and with the team sitting on a 2-2 record, it’s hard to put a label on the Middletown boys’ basketball squad. Following a split of their two games in the Annville-Cleona tournament the … more
This page was updated at 10:03 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5.First Ward In Middletown's First Ward, unofficial results show that challenger Thomas Handley and incumbent Robert Louer have defeated challenger Rachelle Reid for two seats on borough … more
 It might seem like a humble show at first: A troupe of five traveling improvisational comedians standing on the floor of Middletown’s Elks Theatre with stools as their only props, acting like clueless tourists and donkeys to elicit laughs … more
  The goal: Finish it by next summer When a consultant first presented preliminary plans in December to revitalize Middletown’s downtown, borough manager Tim Konek said, “Things are going to happen quickly.” He wasn’t … more
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