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FPC denies Met-Ed rehearing in move to break power pact Metropolitan Edison Company's request for a rehearing on its controversial case with the borough to break the longstanding 1 … more
Olmsted AFB phase-out finds work force reduced to 513 Sunday will mark the third anniversary of the phase-out order of Olmsted Air Force Base. For more than 10,000 civil servants, it is not an … more
Crash scene becomes memorial; brother and sister killed in accident Friends and family have created a makeshift memorial for a brother and sister killed in a car accident over the weekend. … more
Court grants local man petition to bring wife into court (front page of the Annville Courier)Through a petition for a writ of habeas corpus filed in the local courts late on Tuesday, which was … more
Lower Swatara officials address issue of dangerous intersections In the recent combination “workshop/business” meeting, the Lower Swatara Township Board of Commissioners again addressed … more
Cruel-tide greeting: Flood wipes out borough’s Christmas decorations Tropical Storm Lee was the Grinch who stole Christmas from Hoffer Park. His torrential rains bloated the Swatara Creek to … more
Highway robbery: Boggs relieved of his valuables Mr. George M. Boggs, the ice cream dealer, was the victim of a highway robbery Wednesday while returning home from Steelton. Mr. Boggs, after … more
Mayor Reid upset, vegetation burnt after chlorine leak Middletown police and emergency volunteers acted last Thursday when a leak of chlorine gas was reported at the Manley-Regan Chemical Co. … more
Auditors say electric trust lost $1 million Middletown has lost at least $1 million from its electric trust fund, a fund created to keep electric rates low for borough customers, over the last 13 … more
Annual Air Show on, but problems, concerns remain After weeks of last-minute and seemingly hasty planning and doubts about whether or not it’d really fly, the ninth annual Pennsylvania … more
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