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Family celebrates graduation — times two — from MASD schools

On June 6, Kerri Doyle Meyer saw two of her children graduate from Middletown Area School District. One just happens to be 12 years older than the other. During the day, her youngest child, … more

New ice cream place — North Pole Creamery — to be in familiar location

On those hot summer nights when nothing tastes better than an ice cream cone, soon you won’t have far to go to get one in Middletown. North Pole Creamery, which will offer soft serve and … more

Middletown police say woman was beaten with tennis racket

Middletown police charged a borough woman with simple assault after she allegedly repeatedly hit another woman in the face with a tennis racket during an incident in the 200 block of Ann Street on … more

Lower Swatara prioritizes Lumber Street roadwork

To avoid road failure and closure at Lumber Street and Greenwood Drive, Lower Swatara is seeking to change the projects that would be funded through a $1.2 million loan. In December 2017, the … more

Library wants to keep everyone reading with summer program

Youngsters gathered in the MCSO Building for Mike Rose’s music-themed magic show Monday, to see card tricks and magical rings. People filled the bleachers, and kids raised their hands to … more

Young Raiders learn football at annual summer camp

While some kids are using their summer vacation to sleep in, about 30 campers took to the football field at Middletown Area High School to hone their football skills last week. This is the third … more

Legion baseball team tops Harrisburg, 12-1

Five games into the American Legion baseball season, manager Mark Chimel has coaxed a 3-2 record out of his team. Considering the fact that Chimel has not been able to set a regular starting … more

Make sure our community events get needed support: Editorial

We are blessed with many great community events in our area. One of them just took place: the annual Arts & Crafts Fair held June 9 at Hoffer Park. Its roots stretch back to the … more

Gov. Wolf aims to increase utility bills: Matthew Brouillette

Who doesn’t love price cuts? Paying less always feels like a win, whether it’s saving thousands on a home or pennies on a cup of coffee. Come July 1, residents and businesses across … more
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