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Donald Trump didn’t forget he promised Iowa’s corn growers he’d be there for them if they helped send him to Washington. He’s told the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to … more
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is reminding customers that they can join more than 140,000 Pennsylvanians who have pre-verified for REAL ID online and at driver license centers. … more
The students of Middletown Area High School will present the hit musical Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” next week. It will feature such classic songs as “Part of Your … more
Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently won monthly awards. Vanessa Skidmore was named Young Woman of the Month for January by the Hummelstown Women’s Club. Vanessa, the daughter … more
Welcome, March! Hurry up, spring! You know, March can be such an ornery month. I can’t say it is like this all the time. I remember, some years having all yard work completed by mid-March. … more
Edward A. Paulick, 83, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, March 3, 2019 at the UPMC Community General Hospital, Harrisburg. Ed was the widower of Goldie (Patton) Paulick. A Mass … more
Harry B. Grove Jr., 94, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, March 2, 2019 in M.S. Hershey Medical Center. He was born in Guilford Township, Franklin County, Pa. on September 13, … more
Joseph B. Resh, 57, of Royalton, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at home. He was born on November 15, 1961 in Harrisburg and was the loving son of the late John E. Sr. and … more
Outside Middletown, Robert G. Reid is best known for his role as the borough’s long-time mayor — and most of all, for being mayor during the accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear … more
Tattered Flag Brewery & Still Works expects to bring hundreds of people to downtown Middletown for its third annual “Little Little Beer” festival May 1. For the past two years, … more
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