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Fence struckA section of fence at the Penn Ridge horse farm was struck by a vehicle and damaged, police said.Police believe the incident in the area of Longview Drive and Cockley Road took place shortly after 6 a.m. on Jan. 13. Investigators said a … more
By Daniel Walmer and Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff Middletown resident Thomas Gray recently received a nasty surprise in the mail. His January water and sewer bill said his usage increased to 6,000 gallons from his normal 4,000 gallons … more
By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff No charges have been filed after an investigation by the Dauphin County District Attorney’s office into the financial operations of the Citizen’s Fire Company in Highspire.Highspire Borough took … more
By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff   Photo by Noelle Barrett Middletown Borough Councilor David Rhen boasted about the town’s diversity.In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream’’ speech, calling for an … more
By Jim LewisPress And Journal Staff A former Middletown Borough Council member has announced she will run for a council seat in the May primary election. Rachelle Reid, a two-term councilor and retired heavy equipment operator for the state … more
Anna Marie Bullard “Gert,” “Ga Ga,” 76, of Middletown, entered into rest peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer, at the home of her daughter Mary Ann Saylor on Friday, January 18.  She was born on October 22, 1936 in Port … more
Lee G. Pickel Sr. “Pick,” 82, of Middletown, entered into rest suddenly on Tuesday, January 15, at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.  He was born on November 17, 1930 and was the son of the late Levi and Margie Miller Pickel. … more
By Adam ClayFor The Press And Journal Penn State Harrisburg was coming off three straight road losses when the Lions stepped back on their home court against Gallaudet on Thursday, Jan. 17 and won, 64-52 in women’s basketball game.The Lions … more
By Tom Klemick and Mitch TomaszkiewiczFor The Press And Journal Gallaudet entered Penn State Harrisburg’s Capital Union Building (CUB) on Wednesday night, Jan. 16 looking to knock off the Lions and get back into the race in the North Eastern … more
By Tom KlemickFor The Press And Journal The Lower Dauphin’s boys’ basketball team had its recent six-game winning streak snapped by Keystone Division rival Susquehanna Twp. on Friday, Jan. 18.The hometown Falcons started the game strong and … more
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