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Robert Jerome Martin, 53, formerly of Middletown, entered into eternal rest suddenly on Thursday, May 9, at his home in Kitzingen, Germany.  He was born on October 8, 1959 in Middletown and was the son of Gladys H. Brown of Middletown and the … more
Preparing for your PA Operator Certification? We have partnered with PA American Water Works Association, Central PA Water Quality Association, PA Water Environment Association, Association of Boroughs, PaDEP and others to bring you sessions in … more
Discover new ways Apple is making exciting technology available to all learners as part of its ongoing commitment to accessibility.For over 20 years, the Mac has shipped with dozens of accessibility features built in, at no additional cost, allowing … more
In Middletown, Flag Day is celebrated loyally. Middletown declared its desire for independence from Great Britain during the week of Flag Day in 1744 – so perhaps it was fitting that the borough recognized Flag Day with a ceremony outside borough … more
A Middletown man has been charged with homicide by vehicle a year after his car crashed on Schoolhouse Road in Londonderry Twp., killing a passenger.Tyler Scott Derr, 23, was charged by state police at Harrisburg in connection with the 2012 crash … more
Kiley Strohm, an assistant coach for Lower Dauphin’s state championship field hockey team, has been hired by Milton Hershey School as the Spartans’ next head coach.Strohm has played a role in Lower Dauphin’s run of success – the Falcons have … more
Replace downtown water, sewer lines, engineer recommends Engineers tasked with surveying the condition of downtown Middletown’s infrastructure are recommending a $1.2 million overhaul of the central business district’s water, storm water and … more
It may have been a small crowd, but the 30 residents of the Steelton-Highspire School District who got to meet two finalists for the superintendent’s job brought a lot of concerns and questions.The meeting was held in the high school auditorium on … more
Prof stages reading of “Ulysses’’ to celebrate Bloomsday “You are walking through it howsomever. I am, a stride at a time. A very short space of time through very short times of space.”The speaker reads the words with passion, looking … more
Charity event in Highspire began as a joke – but it has raised thousands to fight cancer, even after the death of one of its founders.Motorcycles. Belly dancers. Pro wrestlers. Highspire’s Bikers and Belly Dancers Ride Against Cancer had … more
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