PENNSYLVANIA'S #1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER • locally owned since 1854
12158 results total, viewing 9371 - 9380
A welcomed attitude adjustment within the Middletown baseball team’s ranks produced positive results last week, as the Blue Raiders got on the winning track with a pair of victories in the Keystone Division of the Mid-Penn Conference.Photo by Jodi … more
  23 YEARS AGO - Kepler’s Seafood – William L. Kepler had a dream. Now that dream lives and breathes 38 years later. Kepler’s Seafood, which first opened in the West Shore Farmer’s Market, continues there today. A branch of … more
  More than 50 residents packed Steelton Borough Council’s chambers on Monday, April 7, many concerned about potential health dangers they suspect were caused by drinking water violations by the Steelton Borough Water Authority in … more
Middletown Borough’s solicitor will conduct an investigation into the conduct of a Middletown Borough Authority member who verbally berated a resident at an authority meeting on Thursday, April 3.  Borough Council voted 8-1 on Monday, … more
Under Friday night lights, the crowd looked on as Lower Dauphin kicker Joe Julius stepped onto the field. Tied 14-14 with 10 seconds left, the fate of the District 3 Class AAAA football semifinal game hinged on Julius’ kick.Photo by John … more
Three Middletown Area High School students graduated from Harrisburg Area Community College’s nurse aide training program during a ceremony on Friday, March 14 at Frey Village.Students Allison Shipkowski, Jordan Flowers and Lindsay Truesdale … more
Here is the prank: E-mail a pizza order to a pizza shop and have it delivered to the target’s home. Funny?   Not for two Middletown teenagers. The prank cost them $381, according to Lower Swatara Twp. police.   The teens … more
  It’s creepy and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky – and not quite what you would expect.Photo by Noelle Barrett - The cast of Steelton-Highspire High School’s play, “Dead End Inn.”   This year, students at … more
Middletown Police Chief Steven Wheeler resigned on Monday, April 1 after a little more than a year at the post, according to Mayor James H. Curry III, who will be in charge of the police department until a replacement is named.Wheeler   … more
There’s food, food and more food at the Seven Sorrows Fish Fry on Fridays during Lent.Last year, the church served more than 5,000 pounds of haddock, fried in 3,430 pounds of frying oil. Volunteers served 4,675 pierogies, 912 pounds of cole slaw, … more
« Prev | 1 935 | 936 | 937 | 938 | 939 | 940 | 941 1216 | Next »