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Nicholas L. Farr

Nicholas L. Farr, 87, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, June 9, 2018 at his home. He was born on May 26, 1931 in Harrisburg and was the loving son of the late Roy D. and Orpha … more

Channing Tatum to sign bottles of his vodka in Hummelstown

Actor Channing Tatum will sign bottles of Born and Bred Vodka at Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection in Hershey Square Shopping Center, Hummelstown, at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 27. Tatum … more

Lewis E. Keller Sr.

Lewis E. Keller Sr., 81, of Marysville, passed away Sunday, June 3, 2018 surrounded by his loving children. He was born in Enola to the late George E. Sr. and Frances Wethkamp Keller. Lewis was … more

Middletown Area High School graduates Class of 2018: 'Show them how great you are'

HARRISBURG — Cheers echoed throughout the Forum Auditorium as the Middletown Area High School Class of 2018 threw their graduation caps in … more

Three Mile Island to sound emergency sirens Thursday

Exelon Corp. will conduct one of its twice-a-year, full volume test of the emergency warning sirens surrounding Three Mile Island nuclear power plant at about 12:15 p.m. Thursday, June 7. The … more

Local Challenger Baseball League player hangs out at White House with Trumps, sports stars

Local Challenger Baseball League player Ethan Whitaker was part of a special day at the White House last week. At a field day on Wednesday held by the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness … more

Lytle Farms hinging on sewers; Londonderry, developer discuss costs for 1,600 new residences

There may be movement on a proposed 1,600-home project in Londonderry Township. Work on Route 230 — including the proposed Lytle Farms housing development — has come up in discussion … more

Will state take action to prevent closure of Three Mile Island? Some groups oppose nuclear 'bailout'

As local officials hoping to save Three Mile Island warned policy-makers May 30 that “the clock is ticking,” momentum could be building toward the state coming up with a solution to avert … more

Alcohol soon might be served outside; council moves ahead on restaurant sidewalk seating

Changes to Middletown ordinances that would allow restaurants to have outdoor seating to serve alcohol on public sidewalks could be approved in early July. Borough council decided during its June … more

Kids Kastle closed for safety, replacement uncertain with cost possibly $250,000

Kids Kastle in Hoffer Park was closed by the borough Tuesday, and it will be torn down with hopes of it being replaced, Public Works Director Greg Wilsbach told the Press & Journal. A sign … more
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