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Man wanted for open lewdness turned himself in after friends sees his pictures on Facebook

A Swatara Township man has turned himself into police after realizing he had been caught on a home video surveillance system masturbating while naked on the property of a residence in the 100 block … more

Penn State buying Nittany Village for $21.9 million

The 267-bed Nittany Village student housing complex at 451 W. Main St. in Lower Swatara Township is being purchased by Penn State University.The university Board of Trustees during its Friday, Sept. … more

Car lovers fill North Union Street during Kuppy's Diner Cruise-in

Kuppy's Diner Cruise-in on September 13 raised over $12,000, according to Kuppy's co-owner Carol Kupp. She anticipated more money coming in in the days following the car show. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc. more

Dorothy P. McMahon

Dorothy P. (Farkasovsky) Samarin McMahon, 88, of Middletown, formerly of Beaver County, entered into eternal rest on Monday, September 10, 2018 at Harrisburg Hospital. Mass of Christian Burial … more

Blue Raider boys soccer starts out with two wins in busy week

By Mitch Spear Special to the Press & Journal The Middletown Blue Raiders boys soccer team opened the 2018 season with a busy schedule, playing five games in seven days and winning … more

Blue Raiders volleyball team off to a good start

The Middletown volleyball team started its regular season 2-0 with wins over Harrisburg on Sept. 4 and Milton Hershey on Thursday. The Raiders beat Harrisburg 3-0. The Milton Hershey win was … more

Middletown field hockey loses its first two games

The Middletown field hockey team got off to an 0-2 start under new coach Sierra Lenker last week. Against Northern York on Thursday at home, the Blue Raiders fell 5-0, with the game being called … more

Council approves Morris as interim police chief while Mouchette faces charges

Middletown Borough Council on Sept. 4 ratified the appointment of Sgt. Dennis Morris as interim chief of the police department. Council’s action backs up Mayor James H. Curry III’s … more

Luck, training save man whose heart stopped; Neuschwander was at track when he had emergency

Jim Neuschwander of Derry Township considers himself lucky to be alive. The 48-year-old information technology director often runs on the track at Middletown Area High School, on the same campus … more

Hensel humbled by selection as MASD Teacher of the Year

At her job interview to work in the Middletown Area School District, Melanie Hensel was asked if she would help coach gymnastics. “I chuckled and said, ‘Sure,’” she … more
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