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On Saturday, Mar. 17, Penn State Harrisburg’s men’s and women’s tennis teams opened the spring portion of their schedules with 9-0 wins.  The men easily handled Immaculata while the ladies sent Trinity back to Washington, D.C. with a St. … more
New Middletown varsity baseball coach Mike Carnes would have preferred his first game turn out better than it did.  Encouraged by his team’s good showing in a scrimmage at Central Dauphin the week before, he was more than ready for the season … more
Seven months after Tropical Storm Lee dumped 13.3 inches of rain on Middletown over four days, some residents are back in their homes, but most on Few Avenue, one of the hardest hit, are not. James Snook could barely recognize his home after the … more
Highspire Borough Coucil welcomed another new member to the board during its March 20 council meeting.  Tyler Thatcher, of the 200 block of Market Street, was appointed to fill a vacant seat on the board. Thatcher was appointed to fill a … more
Edna Elizabeth McCurdy, 103, a 70-year resident of Witherspoon Ave., Middletown, passed away on Monday, March 19, at Lancaster General Hospital.    The oldest of 11 children, she was born February 24, 1909 in Bainbridge, the daughter … more
 Scott A. Brown, 56, of Middletown, entered into rest on Monday, March 26, at his home.  He was born in Harrisburg and was the son of Ruth Price and the late John Brown. more
Interest on $375,000 fund helps pay for books and computers, but much of it comes with restrictions that limit spending.   The Middletown Public Library has about $375,000 in endowments saved in various bank accounts, money from the … more
Council says rumors of closing are unfounded, but alternative funding for the $240k operating costs are being sought.   Middletown Borough Council denied rumors that it wanted to close the borough-owned Middletown Public Library, but it … more
From humble beginnings in the 19th century, Press And Journal, Inc. has grown to include six publications and a thriving printing business and publishing center. The Dauphin Journal, started in 1854, is the earliest ancestor of today’s Press And … more
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