Written by Jim Lewis
Royalton Republicans resoundingly picked Donald Trump as their nominee for president in Tuesday's primary election, while borough Democrats felt The Bern.
Trump easily beat Ted Cruz and John Kasich in Royalton's two wards, getting 104 votes to Cruz's 42 and Kasich's 26. Ben Carson, who dropped out of the presidential race, received 1 vote, according to unofficial returns from Dauphin County.
Royalton Democrats preferred Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's primary. Sanders received 46 votes to Clinton's 39. A third candidate, Roque De La Fuente, received 3 votes, according to unofficial returns.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 April 2016 21:48
The Middletown Area School Board gave tentative approval on Monday, April 25 to a policy that would allow nurses and other trained district employees to give naloxone to a student, staff member or visitor overdosing from heroin or another type of opioid on school grounds.
The board unanimously approved the policy at a preliminary reading. The policy is expected to come back to the board for final approval in June.
Naloxone, also known by the brand name Narcan, is a drug known to reverse the effects of a heroin overdose. It is carried by emergency medical responders and by most police departments in Dauphin County.
Middletown would be the first school district in the county to make the drug available in schools, according to Cheryl Dondero, director of Dauphin County Drug and Alcohol Services.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 April 2016 17:16
Written by Eric Wise
Not long after Lower Swatara Twp. officials learned that the replacement of an old bridge over a small unnamed stream that feeds Laurel Run will be delayed, they learned that the bridge will be closed for safety pending its replacement.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 April 2016 07:24
Written by Dan Miller
A Dauphin County judge has refused to stop Middletown Borough Council from dissolving the authority that currently owns the town’s water and sewer systems.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 April 2016 16:51
Written by Dan Miller
Middletown Borough Council says Ann Street needs to be paved curb to curb. But how much it will cost, and where – or from whom – the money should come to pay for it are big unknowns.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 April 2016 16:49