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Despite an 0-8 record, the players “are not giving up,’’ Coach Deibler says. by Larry EtterPress and Journal Staff Even with his team burdened by an 0-8 record with two games left in the 2012 football season, Middletown Coach Rob … more
World StampsPlease join the International Programs Office for a luncheon and discussion of the 2012-2013 Spring Study Tours.Learn what a study tour is and why you should include it in your college experience!Learn about tours being offered in … more
WhereRoom: Gallery LoungeJavascript is required to view this map.WhenWed, 10/31/2012 - 12:00pm - 1:30pmModerator: Paul Thompson, School of Public Affairs... more
LD dominates for three quarters, then turns back Ceder Cliff on a late interception   By Tom KlemickFor The Press And Journal   After falling behind Lower Dauphin 28-0 late in the second half and looking dead in the water … more
Neal W. “Spinks” Manning Jr., 93, of Highspire, passed away on Friday, October 19, at Harrisburg Hospital. more
Gwenda Callison, 94, passed away on Wednesday, October 17 at Frey Village, Middletown.   more
Lower Dauphin High School has announced its Homecoming court and Homecoming activities for 2012. more
Council embarks on a plan to revitalize the downtown business district. There’s no specific plan yet for funding it.   Museums and shops. Performing arts and parking garages. A revitalized downtown reaching all the way to Main Street … more
Middletown Borough Council voted 7-2 on Tuesday, Oct. 16 to acquire the Elks Theatre building at the corner of Union and Emaus streets in downtown Middletown by eminent domain, the latest move in an ongoing dispute between council and the Greater … more
A last hoorah. The icing on the cake. That’s the way Richard Brandt describes his appointment to the police chief’s job in Lower Swatara Twp. more
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