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A Harrisburg man, Francisco Rivera, 46, faces charges after he allegedly dealt heroin that police say killed a 21-year-old West Hanover man on Sept. 11.  A criminal complaint filed by Lower … more
The Camp Hill Lions, winless in their first three games of the season, drew the unlucky assignment of facing Middletown on Friday night. After suffering their first regular-season loss since 2015 … more
By Mitch Spear Special to the Press & Journal The Blue Raiders boys soccer team was on the road for two games and split last week’s results. Middletown now stands at 3-4 on the … more
The Middletown volleyball team dropped two games last week and stands at 2-2 on the season. The team fell in three sets at Northern on Sept. 10, 25-15, 25-11 and 25-11. Lani Moore had 4 … more
Penn State University is buying the 267-bed Nittany Village student housing complex at 451 W. … more
  Kuppy’s Diner has two new Middletown Hometown Heroes banners on its roof. Kuppy’s co-owner Carol Kupp and Middletown Mayor James H. Curry III presented the banners to Daryl … more
Oct. 9 is the new date for a preliminary hearing in the case of George Mouchette, the suspended Middletown police chief who on Aug. 21 was charged with aggravated indecent assault without … more
Online registration to be part of Middletown’s 65th annual Halloween Parade on Oct. 15 is now available by going to www.kiwanisclubofmiddletown.com. Request forms and information to … more
We have heroes around us every day. Many of them wear uniforms, be it military, law enforcement or medical personnel. They are trained to help others. But sometimes it takes more than those who … more
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