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Middletown Borough Council recently appointed residents to serve on three different boards and commissions. Earl Bright III was appointed Jan. 2 … more
A Hummelstown businessman is the new district deputy grand master for Masonic District 2. Right Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania S. Eugene Herritt appointed Henry J. … more
Lower Dauphin sixth-graders Drake Risser and Joey Scharmer; eighth-graders Logan Devine and Jack Francis; middle school band director Greg Hutchison; and high school junior Reese LaDuke all performed … more
Hello, people! It is time to think wonderful uplifting thoughts about January. Have you tried any puzzles lately? I have never done the kind where there are hundreds of colorful marbles or … more
Allegations involving dog feces on a vehicle led to disorderly conduct citations for two township residents following their involvement in an argument at 7:23 p.m. Dec. 27 in the 200 block of … more
Motorists will be digging a bit deeper for the second straight year as the yearly national average will rise 19 cents vs. last year to $2.57 per gallon, the highest since 2014, according to the 2018 … more
Ten Middletown Area Middle School students went head-to-head in the annual National Geographic Geography Bee on Tuesday. The participants were awarded a spot in the bee by placing … more
The 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show’s theme is Strength in Our Diversity. The annual event will continue through Saturday at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, 2300 N. Cameron St., Harrisburg, … more
Harold L. “Butch” Hoke Jr., 76, of Middletown, left us for better pastures on Sunday, January 7, 2018 after a stoke left him powerless for many years. Butch was born on October 2, 1941 in … more
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