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Steve Smith, choral director at Middletown Area High School, was selected as the 2014 Choral Director of Note for Pennsylvania by the American Choral Director Association. Smith is profiled along with other honorees from each state in the … more
A Middletown man was held for trial in Dauphin County Court on a charge that he violated Megan’s Law after a preliminary hearing before District Judge David Judy on Wednesday, Jan. 15. Louis J. Miller, 43, of Caravan Court, was arrested in … more
They posed as grandsons, in need of money, desperately seeking help from their grandmothers. One needed to pay a tax to get access to his college financial aid. The other needed bail to get out of a Mexico jail. They were swindlers, and their … more
...you might become queen of Pennsylvania’s state fairs. Just ask Londonderry’s Lia Schmittel.   It began with a rabbit. Lia Schmittel, then 10 years old, wanted a bunny, like the one her friend owned. To sway her … more
  School board votes to advertise a preliminary budget that includes an $870,000 deficit Residents in the Middletown Area School District are likely to see a real estate tax increase next school year – but how much is still … more
A Penn State Harrisburg student has pleaded guilty and another has waived charges to county court for allegedly causing a four-vehicle crash at the Mid-Town Plaza in Middletown last October while racing their cars on East Main Street. Bing … more
  Photo by Sandy Harper   Middletown boys’ basketball coach Chris Sattele notched his 100th career victory when his Blue Raiders walloped West Perry, 66-47, on Friday, Jan. 24 in Middletown. Bench players got to be a piece of … more
Submitted photo       What’s brown and white with lots of spots? A local pup that has made it to this year’s “Puppy Bowl.” Aurora, a Dalmatian raised by Ariel O’Brien, president and founder of the Spotted … more
  Hershey tops LD on last-second layup, 80-79 It came down to seconds.   The Falcon Nation was roaring – more than 100 students clad in their beachwear best chanted and cheered – during the last moments of … more
  With 12 seconds left to play, Penn State Harrisburg had its fate in its own hands. Trailing one of the nation’s best teams by just 1 point, the Lions had a chance to knock off visiting Wesley, the 12th-ranked team in the country and … more
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