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Flute Circle: Soothing sounds of the soul waft monthly over Indian Echo Caverns

The first time Bob Jones played the flute it was far less than soothing and symphonic.Recognizing defeat, he hung the wooden, cylinder-shaped instrument on a wall in his Mechanicsburg home, where it received aesthetic admiration and collected dust … more

Three more candidates join Middletown election races

Two additional candidates have filed their petitions to join the already crowded fields of hopefuls running for Middletown Borough Council and mayor.Republican Daniel Geiser, a firefighter with the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department and an Amtrak … more

Board member charged with assaulting student

A Lower Dauphin School Board member has been charged by police with sexually assaulting a Lower Dauphin High School student off school grounds.Rodney Nissley, 47, of Hummelstown, was arrested by Hummelstown police on Friday, March 15. He was charged … more

ALLIANCE: MAHS gay, straight students form a club against intolerance

We’re here. We do exist. We have feelings, too.”It’s a simple message, but one some Middletown lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgendered students like Elyse Grizzle, a junior at Middletown Area High School, believed was not getting … more

We'll keep the lights on for you

Met-Ed cancels planned blackouts in Middletown, devises another plan to repair electric system And Met-Ed said, “Let there be light.” So there will be light in Middletown after all.Met-Ed has cancelled two tentatively scheduled five-hour … more

Royalton cop charged with DUI in crash

A Royalton police officer has been charged with DUI and texting on his cell phone while driving after his private car struck a car that was stopped on the shoulder along Route 283 in Londonderry Twp. last month, state police said. more

News from District Judge David H. Judy--03/20

Following is a compilation of action in cases filed before District Magistrate David H. Judy. Please be aware all those charged/cited are presumed innocent unless proven otherwise in a court of law.   Records in the office of District … more

Readers' Views: That pesky Galileo thing

Editor,   In G. Edward Carpenter’s response (“Dinosaurs are in the Bible,’’ March 6 Viewpoints) to my Readers’ Views letter on evolution (“Here’s another attempt to teach calculus to a cat,’’ Feb. 27 Viewpoints), he … more

Editor's Voice: She is so respected, they named a bridge after her

How many people have a bridge named after them? Judy Oxenford does, an honor she earned for her dogged determination to restore a dilapidated bridge over the railroad tracks that cut through her town. more

Paul Welsh, Sr.

Paul E. Welsh Sr., 94, formerly of Middletown, entered into rest on Monday, March 18, at Manor Care Nursing Center, Elizabethtown. more
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