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The Middletown softball team won one and lost two in the last week to stand at 7-6 on the season. The Blue Raiders won at East Pennsboro but lost at home to Northern York and at James … more
May day, day May ... yay, it is the first day of May! Hi, folks. Are you excited about this beautiful new month of May? I rather think April was kind to us. We had plenty of sunshine and warm … more
Tuesday, May 7, is Car Seat Safety Day at St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at 121 N. Spring St. in Middletown. From 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., child passenger safety technicians from … more
The American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to help make Middletown safer. On Friday, May 31, the Red Cross plans to install smoke alarms at homes all over Middletown, and to educate borough … more
Twenty-six years ago today, on May 1, 1993, hundreds of volunteers were in the middle of a five-day effort to build Kids Kastle. The play area at Hoffer Park was the brainchild of three Middletown … more
Since introducing the Keep Powering Pennsylvania Act (House Bill 11) to ensure our state’s leading zero-emission energy source — nuclear energy — is treated the same way as other … more
Pennsylvania confronts a vital decision about the place nuclear power will have in the state’s future. Today, five nuclear plants supply nearly 40 percent of the state’s electricity … more
Former Steelton police officer Scott Rupert was sentenced to two years’ probation in Dauphin County Court on April 4 after pleading guilty to stealing money from the department evidence … more
Middletown Area High School students for the second year in a row are among those being recognized throughout Pennsylvania for their voter registration efforts. On Monday, acting Secretary of … more
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