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$3,538 reported stolen in credit card fraud case: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

A Lower Swatara Township resident reported to police Aug. 14 that someone used her personal information to secure a credit card and make a multi-thousand dollar purchase without her … more

Robert Berstler Sr.

Robert E. Berstler Sr., 71, of Middletown, passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 23, 2018 at Hershey Medical Center. Born Friday, September 20, 1946 in Middletown, he was the son of the late … more

Part of Pennsylvania Turnpike in Dauphin County to be closed late Saturday into Sunday

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation remind motorists traveling the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate 76) this weekend, both eastbound and westbound … more

775,000-square-foot UPS hub plan on North Union Street gets Lower Swatara planning commission OK

UPS is one step closer to building a parcel delivery distribution facility in the 2100 block of North Union Street. During its meeting Thursday, the Lower Swatara Township Planning Commission … more

Penn State Harrisburg Community Resource Fair: Local businesses, organizations welcome students

Businesses and organizations in the greater Middletown area welcomed Penn State Harrisburg students durng a perfect summer day at the annual Community Resource Fair. more

A warmup before the season starts: Blue Raiders take to football field vs. Hershey in scrimmage

Blue Raiders take to field vs. Hershey in scrimmage In the lone tune-up prior to the kickoff of the 2018 scholastic football season, Middletown’s scrimmage at Hershey on Saturday showed more … more

Football isn’t highest-risk sport for athletes and concussions, doctor for Blue Raiders says

Concussion. The word conjures up images of head-to-head collisions between football players, most likely in the NFL because that gets the most attention. But you are at just as much risk of … more

Lower Swatara Township personnel management questioned; ‘uneasy employment relationship’

Most of the current areas of concern in Lower Swatara Township “focus on personnel and management,” according to a recent report completed as part of the state Early Intervention … more

Middletown sues ex-communications director Courogen, says he violated separation terms

Middletown borough on Aug. 6 sued its former communications director in Dauphin County Court, contending that Chris Courogen has violated terms of a 2016 separation agreement in which he received … more

National Night Out could be on the move to Middletown Area High School

On the heels of the last National Night Out event, Lower Swatara Township Officer in Charge Sgt. Scott Young told the Board of Commissioners during its Aug. 15 meeting that next year’s event … more
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