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Hey, everyone! Now that Memorial Day is behind us, we can set our sights on summer! Who is ready to share some summer dreaming ideas? We all want to have some time away, maybe at a beach or maybe … more
On Wednesday, May 22, all Middletown Area School District special education students participated in an obstacle course called the O2 Challenge (O2 stands for Overcoming Obstacles) provided by … more
A Harrisburg woman was charged with criminal trespassing and public drunkenness after she was allegedly found in the shed of a residence she was evicted from in the first block of Conway Drive. … more
Ten employees will retire from the Middletown Area School District at the end of the school year. In the back row are Robert K. Stitt (32 years of service); Karen L. Battenhausen (25 years); Jonathan … more
Your vote counts. It really does. This simple statement especially applies in local elections, when the vote totals are much lower than the millions cast in a presidential or gubernatorial race, … more
Dream of the time when citizens know we live with truth and justice in a safe and secure energy future. I do. Together, I believe we’re committed to clean air and water, protecting our … more
Life changes in an instant. For one family, that change came with a fatal car accident. For another, it was the call of organ donation. April was Organ Donation Awareness Month. I had not heard … more
Ever wonder if the nuclear reactor near you has an evacuation plan that would work in an emergency? Have you ever been stuck in barely moving traffic on an interstate highway even when there was no … more
Delphin E. Klinepeter Jr., 84, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at the Harrisburg Hospital. He was born on June 21, 1934 in Middletown and was the loving son of … more
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