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But “major’’ changes could be made to next year’s budget before a final amount is reached, according to the board’s president   The Middletown Area School Board unanimously approved a preliminary 2013-14 budget that would … more
Penn State Harrisburg has had quite a ride so far this season.  The Lions have experienced a sudden loss of players due to injuries, set individual career highs and new team records, won a lot of games and lost a few.   Photo by … more
Penn State Harrisburg climbed out of a hole and put itself in position to earn a postseason berth with a win over Morrisville State on Sunday, Feb. 3. But the Lions slipped right back down the well when they dropped a valuable North Eastern Athletic … more
Steelton-Highspire’s title game with West Perry was a head-to-head matchup of the co-champions of the Mid-Penn Conference Capital Division on Friday, Feb. 8 at Cumberland Valley High School.   Press And Journal Photo by Noelle Barrett … more
As if the season wasn’t tough enough, things got even tougher for the Middletown Blue Raider boys’ basketball team in the final game of the year. Playing without three starters and two other key subs off the bench, Middletown dropped its final … more
In honor of African-American History Month, York City Mayor Kim Bracey will speak about being the first female as well as first African-American elected to this office. She is a veteran and dynamic speaker who works to inspire young people to get … more
Something is wrong with the Susquehanna River. Local fishermen know it, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission knows it, the state Department of Environmental Protection knows it. Fewer bass, invasive species – the river began to change about … more
It was a night filled with energy and emotion at Cumberland Valley High School on Friday, Feb. 8. Down two starters, the Steelton-Highspire Rollers showed how well they could play together, beating Milton Hershey, 69-68 in a Mid-Penn Conference … more
In front of libraryPublic libraries are more common than McDonalds -- so much so, that it's hard to imagine our communities without them. Yet this was not always the case, and it took many dedicated citizens decades to build and grow them.The … more
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