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Raider pride was alive and well this spring at a Middletown Area School Board meeting when more than 100 district students were recognized for their 2018-19 achievements. Students in grades 6 … more
Because of dangerously high temperatures this week, Dauphin County officials are warning people, particularly those with asthma, heart or lung diseases and other health concerns, about the heat … more
Lower Swatara says no to Middletown police merger At least for now, talk about a merger of the Middletown and Lower Swatara Township police departments remains just that as far as the local Board … more
We know that the large chunk of money recently repaid to the borough of Middletown by the Tattered Flag Brewery & Still Works isn’t a true windfall. After all, the $1.5 million was a … more
Coming from the relatively cool temperatures in Cuenca, Ecuador, to the summer heat of Chisinau, Moldova, climatically similar to Pennsylvania, will take some adjustment. Wow, has it been hot! … more
Have you ever remembered you have company coming over in an hour and your house is a mess? That’s usually how it works for me. Panicking, I fill up a jumbo-size garbage bag with trash, quickly … more
I can’t express my shock to read the story about the 230 Diner and Helen Hagagg’s comments regarding Londonderry Township officials trying to force her husband out. Does she not … more
For Seven Sorrows Community Days chairman Martin Ciccocioppo, this year’s community festival was “an unusual year.” Most likely, those attending this year’s event Thursday … more
Anthony L. Ecenrode, II, 49, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, July 14, 2019. Anthony was born in Lancaster, Pa. on August 9, 1969 to the late Ellen (Ortega) Ecenrode and … more
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