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Farm, land on market for $11.9 million; family has owned Lower Swatara property since 1933

Sitting on the porch of their home at 2400 Fulling Mill Road, Tom and Tiz Williams recalled memories of life on their farm — planting trees with friends from other countries, painting rocks … more

UPS distribution hub plans in Lower Swatara will go before public soon

By Laura Hayes and Dan Miller laurahayes@pressandjournal.com danmiller@pressandjournal.com Plans drawn up by UPS for its proposed regional distribution hub will be presented in public for … more

Details on zoning decision; ruling upheld ban on more than two unrelated people living in residence

A Middletown zoning provision banning more than two unrelated people from living in a residence has been upheld in decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court and, as recently as 2015, by Pennsylvania … more

Three accused priests had ties to area Catholic churches

The Diocese of Harrisburg identified 71 clergy members and seminarians within the diocese who have been accused of sexually abusing a child since the 1940s.  Of the accused, three served at … more

Rep. Barletta visits to see Londonderry, Hummelstown flood damage firsthand

U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Hazelton, remembered getting in a boat near Bloomsburg after Tropical Storm Lee and Hurricane Irene to help bring water to people who were stranded. Some people … more

Londonderry Township makes zoning change to help with Route 230 sight issue at Deodate

Londonderry Township’s Board of Supervisors unanimously voted on July 2 to amend the township’s zoning map to increase the commercial zone in two properties off Route 230 near Deodate … more

Record mosquito numbers cause West Nile virus threat across Pennsylvania

Receding floodwaters and heavy rains across Pennsylvania are creating a perfect storm of conditions that have contributed to the highest level of West Nile virus activity in the mosquito population … more

Could we save some sunshine for winter?: LaVonne Ackerman

Hello, everyone! I hope your August is going well. Can you believe how fast the days are going by? What do you need to do before the back-to-school grind starts? I would like to ride my bike, … more

Diakon marks 150th anniversary at Frey Village

Diakon Senior Living Services celebrated its 150th anniversary at Frey Village on July 30. “One hundred and fifty years is a big deal — a very big deal,” Frey Village Chaplain … more

Woman accused of DUI had baby seat unattached; man allegedly had ‘kill list’: Police Roundup

State Police charged a Manheim woman with DUI while her 1-year old daughter was in the car. The infant was in a forward-facing child safety seat that was not attached to the seat of the 2005 Honda … more
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