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Clarence W. Lytle, 84, of Mt. Joy, formerly of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at Manor Care in Lancaster. He was born on November 16, 1932 in Middletown and … more
It was like magic. A few weeks ago, the subway under the railroad tracks in Middletown was full of trash and debris. It was an ugly mess. By 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 5, all that was gone. Every … more
Every year, Rita's marks the first day of spring by giving away free Italian Ice. Here are some pictures from Steelton. more
Two seats are up for grabs on the five-member board in Lower Swatara Township. With 2 precincts of 4 reporting, Ron Paul leads with 427 votes, followed by incumbent Laddie Springer with 393, Chris … more
By 9-0 vote, Middletown Area School Board during its June 19 meeting voted to transfer Earl Bright from his position as principal at Reid Elementary School to principal of the school district’s new … more
There will be no tax increase for Lower Swatara Township residents in 2018. According to the proposed preliminary 2018 general fund budget presented Wednesday, Nov. 1 prior to the board of … more
If visitors’ comments at Three Mile Island Generating Station’s Community Information Night are any indication, locals don’t want to see the facility close as scheduled in 2019. “I … more
Barbara Scull remembers when her father took her and her family to Montreal to see a total eclipse in July 1963. This year, on Monday, the Middletown Public Library staff member again will … more
The race for Middletown mayor just got a lot more interesting. Richard Hiester, who just retired at the end of December after 26 years as a Middletown police officer, is running for mayor on the … more
Donna Rose Tyson, 71, of Harrisburg, died Tuesday, May 16, 2017. She enjoyed traveling and fishing with her husband Jimmy. She was a volunteer at Spring Creek Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, … more
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