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By Daniel Walmer Press and Journal staff   Power has been restored to most of Royalton after downed electric poles caused much of upper Royalton to lose power at 7 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 14, borough officials have confirmed. … more
By Daniel WalmerPress And Journal staff Mark Hovan has resigned as chief of the Middletown Police Department, Mayor Robert Reid confirmed on Thursday, Jan. 10, although he will remain in charge until Middletown Borough Council accepts his … more
Dr. Paul Healey, assistant to the chair of teacher education, will share his experiences examining the education reform efforts in Australia, Korea, Singapore, and Thailand. Dr. Healey recently retired as a superintendent and has held positions in … more
By Daniel Walmer Press and Journal staff   A car and a bicycle collided at the intersection of East Main and Vine streets, causing the car to swerve and it a traffic light pole. Both the car and bicycle drivers were taken to the … more
By Daniel Walmer Press and Journal staff   A car and a bicycle collided at the intersection of East Main and Vine streets, causing the car to swerve and it a traffic light pole. Both the car and bicycle drivers were taken to the … more
By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff The Middletown girls’ basketball team kept it close early against Steel-High on Friday, Jan. 4, but was never able to pull ahead. The Blue Raiders fell to the Rollers, 92-46, after a fourth-period … more
Photo by Bill Darrah- Penn State Harrisburg’s Jordan Gatchell, center, drives for a basket against SUNY-IT. Gatchell recorded his 1,000th career point in a loss to Lebanon Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 2.By Tom KlemickFor The Press And Journal It … more
Photos by Bill Darrah Penn State Harrisburg’s Steph Yetter scores a basket after grabbing a rebound against SUNY-IT By Adam Clay and Tom KlemickFor The Press And Journal The Lady Lions showed true character and put forth a solid team … more
By Daniel WalmerPress And Journal Staff Developers planning to build more than 1,600 homes on Lytle Farm in Londonderry Twp. failed to make a $50,000 payment to the Middletown Borough Authority that was required to maintain the rights to … more
By Jim LewisPress And Journal Staff The primary election is more than five months away, but a Middletown resident has already announced his candidacy for a seat on Middletown Borough Council . . . You can read the full story in our printed … more
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