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A truck driver who became a cop is Middletown police department’s new detective. Borough council during its Jan. 2 meeting voted 7-0 to promote Patrol Officer Wade Bloom to the new second … more
With one hand on the Bible, Jeffrey Vargo was sworn in as the new Lower Swatara chief of police by Magisterial District Judge Michael Smith on Jan. 2. “I’d like the officers of Lower … more
Fourteen property owners on Bares Tip on Shelley Island in the Susquehanna River were cited after they failed to have their septic systems pumped and inspected by the end of last June. However, … more
Middletown police charged a Hershey man with DUI after police received a call about the man driving erratically from a resident shortly before 8 p.m. Nov. 22. The caller, who was behind a black … more
What happened last week right here in the heart of Middletown won’t soon be forgotten. It’s a tragedy — and that’s not a term that should be used lightly. Three people … more
Pennsylvania’s state budget looks an awful lot like a bucket with a hole in the bottom—taxpayers keep filling it up, but billions of dollars keep leaking out. The latest projections … more
Last year, Californians had the opportunity to get the government out of their pockets — or, more accurately, out of their gas tanks. Not completely, but it’s a start. The Golden … more
Every day, thousands of law enforcement officers across the country leave their families and loved ones at home while they faithfully protect the communities they serve. Every law enforcement … more
Water treatment, renewal projects essential in 1973 Mayor Harry Judy and Borough Manager George Merkel both see disposal of solid waste as one of the key issues facing Middletown during … more
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