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The National Weather Service is projecting a heat index of as high as 111 degrees tomorrow. more
Power lines are down, but not live. Electricity was turned off to the house. more
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and its contractor on Tuesday night, July 23, will close the eastbound Route 283 local lane between Eisenhower Boulevard and Tollhouse Road to begin work … more
Philip Rhodes Susemihl, 71, of Hummelstown, passed away on Friday, July 12, 2019, at his home with family by his side. Born in Elkins Park on July 5, 1948, he was the son of the late Harry and … more
William E. “Chip” Foreman, 70, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Monday, July 15, 2019 at Hershey Medical Center. He was born November 3, 1948 in Middletown and was the loving son … more
Middletown borough officials were in damage control mode during Tuesday’s council meeting, following a bombshell announcement posted on Facebook by the police association that the borough is … more
Construction of the new Amtrak train station in Middletown is still set to start sometime in 2020. All of a sudden, that’s not far off. Work leading up to the new station on West Main Street … more
It had already been a rough few months for Steve Wian and Jason Melhorn, co-owners of Hops & Barleys, before July 9. That’s the day someone broke into the Middletown bar and stole an … more
It’s official: Scott Sites is in. Sites last Wednesday said he will accept the Republican nomination to be on the fall general election ballot competing for a Middletown Borough Council … more
Middletown police have charged four men — three from New Jersey — in connection with the theft of a drilling rig and truck in the borough five years ago. The drilling rig and truck … more
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