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When Waynesboro faced off against Lower Dauphin in a boys’ basketball game, it hoped to do what it does best – score from the perimeter and press on defense. But Lower Dauphin would have none of it. Instead, the Falcons took control and … more
The Middletown boys’ basketball team stepped out of Capital Division play and earned a 1-1 split in post-Christmas action last week.   The Blue Raiders topped Chambersburg on New Year’s Eve day with a 62-59 decision, but fell to … more
  Middletown’s Logan Stoltzfus captured third place in the 106-pound class of the Governor Mifflin Holiday Tournament, winning by technical fall over Governor Mifflin’s Alex Centeno, 20-3 in the consolation finals on Saturday, Dec. 28 … more
Photo by John Diffenderfer- Penn State Harrisburg’s Jared Deibler (50), a Middletown Area High School graduate, takes a jump shot against Salisbury’s defense. Deibler scored 7 points in nine minutes of playing time.Salisbury used a flurry of key … more
    Scouts learn radio skills at jamboree   Boy Scout Troop 97 of Londonderry Twp. participated in the national Jamboree-On-The-Air – an annual event that uses amateur radio to link Scouts from around the world. … more
  “Ashes and diamonds, foe and friend, we are all equal in the end!” Michael L. Hulstine of Middletown, passed away suddenly at the age of 40. He was born January 19, 1973.  He is the son of Vicki, and brother of Traci Hulstine … more
    Steel-High students get creative in fundraising for children’s hospital Brianna Keller, a seventh-grader at Steelton-Highspire Junior/Senior High School, knows how families struggle to deal with cancer – because … more
Two men wearing hoodies, masks and gloves robbed a clerk at gunpoint at a  Turkey Hill in Oberlin at 9:54 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 29. A clerk told police that two black males entered the store demanding money, and one of the males allegedly … more
  An Elizabethtown woman was charged with robbery and aggravated assault for allegedly attempting to rob a shopper lured to the borough's vacant MoviE-Town Cinema to buy a TV advertised on Craigslist. Amber N. Consylman, 19, of the … more
A "thank you" party for former Middletown mayor Robert Reid will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Event Place, 11 S. Union Street. Reid was Pennsylvania’s first black mayor when he took office in 1978. He served as mayor for … more
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