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Elks Theatre Realtor approved; RSR will receive 7 percent commission when sale goes through

The historic Elks Theatre in Middletown appears to be a step closer to being listed for sale, following action taken by the borough authority that owns the theater. A motion to hire RSR Realtors … more

Council approves hiring of new police officer to replace full-timer who left

Middletown is looking to hire a full-time police officer, to replace an officer who has left the department. Borough council voted 5-0 Aug. 21 to move forward with hiring a full-time officer to … more

Middletown Labor Day fireworks set for Saturday

Middletown’s annual Labor Day fireworks show is Saturday, starting at dusk. As in previous years, the fireworks will be set off from the boat launch area off Susquehanna … more

Students describe perfect school day: LaVonne Ackerman

Are you easing back into the swing of things? School things, that is! Remember back when you were a student. Did you long for the perfect school day? Read what some area kids are saying about this in … more

Improve management, Lower Swatara; use report as a guide: Editorial

The Lower Swatara Township Board of Commissioners needs to take very seriously the recent third-party report that shows areas of concern in how it handles personnel and management of employees. We … more

Travel adventures continue as we reach Romania: Ed O'Connor

As continued from my last column regarding our trip to Europe … Finally, with Madrid in the rear-view mirror, Romania was just a four-hour, 1,300-mile flight away. Oops — not … more

"Medication-assisted treatment" can help curb opioid abuse: Mark Parrino

Every day, approximately 170 Americans die from an opioid overdose. The opioid crisis has been building for 30 years. It started with physicians over-prescribing painkillers and has now morphed … more

WMSS knocked off air during Friday’s Blue Raiders-Falcons game

WMSS 91.1FM was knocked off the air during the first quarter of the football game between Middletown and Lower Dauphin on Friday. An internal power supply in the station transmitter blew and could … more

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1993, edition of the Press & Journal

Carrying a torch: Sister disturbed by theft of mementos from cemetery Jessica Lawson visits her younger brother Robert several times a week. “I come out. I clean up. Water the flowers. Just … more
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