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Police cited a Harrisburg woman Thursday after Transportation Security Administration officers at Harrisburg International Airport caught her trying to bring a loaded revolver past a security … more
A cross weighing at least 500 pounds and standing 7 feet tall was ripped from the grounds of New Beginnings Church at 630 S. Union St. in Middletown sometime Wednesday, dragged down to the bank of … more
A GoFundMe account has been set up for the family affected by Thursday’s fire at 1842 Water St. in Londonderry Township. Set up by Jade Lyrix Reinard, it has a goal of $5,000. The … more
Clyde L. Gates Sr., 99, of Hernando, Florida and formerly of Middletown, passed away Sunday, August 18, 2019. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 72 years Margaret (Machamer). He was … more
A Middletown man is among a team of water rescuers from Pennsylvania who received a national award for their life-saving heroism during flooding in summer 2018. Daryl Tripp, of the 500 block of … more
Hoping its legal disputes with Middletown are now over, Suez plans to resume making capital improvements to the borough’s water and sewer system that Suez says are supposed to be done in each … more
Developers in Londonderry Township plan to build logistic centers, mini-warehouses and/or office parks, including on land that was once slated for a housing development called School Heights … more
Steelton Borough Police Chief Anthony Minium has withdrawn from consideration as interim chief of the Middletown Police Department. Minium and Steelton Mayor Maria Marcinko both Wednesday morning … more
The welcome banner is up at Main and Union steets in Middletown, and thousands of Penn State Harrisburg students are rolling in for the fall semester. About 1,050 new first-year students are … more
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