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Dr. Dorothy Eisenhower Pomraning, went peacefully to be with her Lord on Thursday, March 21, at Thornwald Nursing Home.  Dorothy was born September 18, 1931 to Horace B. and Mary F. Eisenhower. She was preceded in death by her husband Leroy … more
Following is a compilation of reports from the Highspire Police Department. Please be aware all those charged/cited are presumed innocent unless  proven otherwise in a court of law. RobberyMatthew McNece, 32, of the 600 block of E. Main … more
Editor, April has always been a special month for me because my late mother, former Pennsylvania First Lady Mary Jane Leader, and I celebrated April birthdays. April has not been the same since she passed away in 2011.Throughout her life, Mother … more
Middletown Borough Council has voted to spend $290,000 to renovate the Behney Building, the home of the borough’s electric department, into the headquarters for the police department without a design plan, blueprint or, to the public’s … more
Photo by Bill DarrahAfter falling to North Eastern Athletic Conference foe St. Elizabeth 6-2 in the opening game of a doubleheader on Sunday, April 14, Penn State Harrisburg used a big first inning and big last inning to win the finale 10-6 in … more
Photo by Bill Darrah   Penn State Harrisburg’s Travis Crammer and Brian Balshy hit home runs as the Lions swept a doubleheader from SUNYIT, 7-1 and 4-1 on Sunday, April 14 in Middletown.The sweep extended the Lions’ winning streak … more
Middletown Coach Mike Carnes was not having a good week. Some minor situations in his personal life, dealing with some difficulties at his job as assistant principal at the high school, and a pair of baseball losses had Carnes looking for some … more
For most high school softball teams, an early 5-0 deficit would be daunting to overcome. But Middletown Coach Mike Thomas knew his team had Keystone Division rival Bishop McDevitt right where they wanted them.“I have confidence in these kids,” … more
The Middletown Public Library has a new director.   The library’s Board of Directors has hired Stacey Mulligan, who has worked in libraries at an elementary school and the Central Intelligence Agency, as director of Middletown’s … more
Bill Gaudette did it for charity. “No way I was going to fail,’’ he said.   When 92-year-old Bill Gaudette ran 6.2 miles in the Hershey 10K, something about him stood out. more
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