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  23 YEARS AGO - Lower Dauphin Queen – The 1993 Lower Dauphin High School Homecoming Queen is Jen Jones. Miss Jones (pictured at center) was crowned Friday, October 22 at Hershey Stadium, where the L.D. Falcons defeated the Middletown … more
Electric workload shortcircuits borough’s 1971 budget With only two months left in 1971, it appears the borough’s financial report will be written in red ink. The deficit — amounting to … more
Middletown tables plan to renovate town square For the second time in two years, Middletown has tabled consideration of a state initiative aimed at improving traffic safety at the square. If … more
Headlines from the front page • Protests fail to sway council to reconsider reorganization: Despite several protests from a crowded gallery, Borough Council voted 6-2 last Thursday night to … more
State activities will be relocated at jet airport Relocation of state functions to Olmsted State Airport facilities has been announced by state officials. The Press & Journal this week learned … more
Food For The Hungry -- Thanks to the thoughtful students at Kunkel Elementary School and members of the PTA there will be much food for the hungry during the upcoming holiday season. Pictured with over 900 pounds of food items on their way to the … more
$2,500 needed to finance project; date set Dec. 3 (Middletown balloon parade) Twenty-five persons, representing a cross-section of borough civic, fraternal, service and patriotic organizations, … more
Edward Laverty dies in hospital from injuries, rendered unconscious when struck by tree limb Edward Laverty, aged 35 years, a resident of Water and Nissley streets, died at 1:46 o’clock, … more
Council reinstates suspended policeman Borough council has countermanded Mayor George Mansberger’s suspension of a police patrolman who refused to drop charges against a man he arrested for … more
10-inch snow again snarls local traffic Snow started to fall about seven o’clock Tuesday morning, and continued until Tuesday afternoon, when a depth of 8 to 10 inches was reported locally in … more
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