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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
Margie Lou Leonard, 77, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest suddenly at her home on Tuesday, May 14. more
How many people have a bridge named after them? Judy Oxenford does, an honor she earned for her dogged determination to restore a dilapidated bridge over the railroad tracks that cut through her town. more
Photos by Bill Darrah Penn State Harrisburg’s Steph Yetter scores a basket after grabbing a rebound against SUNY-IT By Adam Clay and Tom KlemickFor The Press And Journal The Lady Lions showed true character and put forth a solid team … more
An interesting story was published recently in the York Daily Record. What caught my eye was an official change in procedure for interviews to select a York City Council member. Those meetings will be now be held in public, after the city’s … more
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
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