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The Lower Dauphin boys’ basketball team put up a good fight in its first District 3 playoff game in a couple years, but it wasn’t enough against Central Dauphin East on Friday, Feb. 15 in Hummelstown.The Falcons’ 78-56 loss to the Panthers in … more
Theresa Davis is 94, so she’s old enough to recognize the name Helen Twelvetrees. Old enough to have seen her movies. She is a lover of celebrities, someone who still talks excitedly about seeing Tom Jones and Englebert Humperdinck perform at … more
Middletown recently felt the effects of declining volunteerism when the Women’s Club dissolved, giving its remaining money to the Middletown Public Library. Now the Middletown Area School District is trying to make sure another local club … more
Tractor-trailers are known for causing problems in Royalton. From power outages to getting stuck and damaging parked vehicles, it has become an inconvenience the borough has tried to stop over the years. more
Angelina M. Benko, 94, of Highspire, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, February 17, at her home surrounded by her loving family. more
William “Bill” Cerklewski, 80, of Middletown, entered into rest on Monday, February 11, at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, after a long illness of pneumonia and complications of a stroke.     more
Met-Ed is planning to shut off electricity throughout Middletown for two days this spring to make repairs to the borough’s flood-damaged Mill Street Substation. more
It’s an assessment of the board’s finances, new chairman says; former chairman charges it may lead to the sale of the water and sewer system     A new Middletown Borough Council-supported majority on the Middletown Borough … more
The phone rings. A development planner wants you to design a new city in the desert of Arizona.    You have to create industrial, commercial and residential sectors that work together in harmony. You’re only water source is the … more
I don’t normally weigh in on such matters, but I couldn’t let Andrew Burger’s letter in the Feb. 13 edition of the Press And Journal (“Evolution is a fairy tale for adults,” Viewpoints) go unchallenged. I suspect Mr. Burger is a sincere … more
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