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Watch out for possible bank phone scam, Middletown police say

A possible phone scam involving someone claiming to be with PNC Bank was reported to Middletown police on Aug. 22. The victim told police that the caller asked for the victim’s banking … more

Blue Raider football team travels to Northern York, comes home with victory

Perhaps it was fitting that the Blue Raiders had to turn in a workmanlike effort on Labor Day weekend in a well-earned 29-6 victory at Northern York High School on Friday night. After all, the … more

Recalling my Woods & Waters duck mentors: Tom Shank

Woods & Waters mentors are those individuals that have made a lasting impact on you. They knew how to do things and if you needed advice, they were the ones to turn to. They were always … more

Palmyra man charged in break-in; man arrested after foot chase: Police and Courts Roundup

Man wanted after alleged assault Middletown police are looking for a borough man who allegedly assaulted a woman in the Woodbury Building of  Pineford on the morning of Aug. 21. Gary Lynn … more

'Controlled delivery' of parcel containing marijuana leads to charges against two men

State Police have charged two men in connection with accepting the “controlled delivery” of a parcel containing about 5 pounds of marijuana to a residence in the 200 block of North Union … more

Middletown man allegedly molested teenage girl on multiple occasions

A Middletown man has been charged with molesting a teenage girl on multiple occasions over a period of several months. The investigation leading to borough police charging Kristofor Michael Rico, … more

$250,000 bail in terroristic threats case: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

Bail of $250,000 in cash was set against a Lower Swatara Township man charged with terroristic threats on allegations he threatened to set a bed on fire in his home. District Court records noted … more

Please unblock us all on Facebook, Mr. Mayor: Editorial

When Bob Hauser of the first block of Brown Street spoke to the Middletown Borough Council on Aug. 21, he raised an issue that has been a concern of ours for a while. Mayor James H. Curry III … more

Shed light on rights of new workers: Charles Mitchell

Labor Day marked 10 weeks since the Supreme Court ruled in Janus vs. AFSCME that government employees should not be forced to pay a union or risk losing their jobs. In Pennsylvania, that means … more

We must work hard to close our cultural gap: James Miller

How can elites stop another Donald Trump from ascending to the top of the political hierarchy? I know outside the Washington beltway and the isle of Manhattan, the question is perturbing, maybe … more
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