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Investigators have discovered clothing in the Susquehanna River near the Middletown boat dock on South Union Street “consistent” in description with clothes worn by missing Upper Allen Township resident David Hoke. more
Elizabeth Ann Francis, 92, formerly of Harrisburg, entered into rest on Tuesday, February 19, at Frey Village Nursing Center, Middletown. She was born on June 8, 1920 in Strawn, Texas and was the daughter of the late Roy C. and Eunice Balch … more
On Wednesday, February 13, Karl H. Williams was peacefully called home by his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, at the age of 76. He was born in Schuylkill County, Pa. on February 1, 1937, the son of Harold and Blanche Bressler Williams. … more
Editor, It is with great pleasure that I see Andy Burger is writing more anti-science drivel in the Journal (“Evolution is a fairy tale for adults,’’ Viewpoints, Feb. 13). I was afraid that when we spanked him the last time for that … more
With sports programs at public schools pushed closer to the chopping block because of tight finances, it’s disheartening to think that the Blue and Gold Club, which supplements the needs of Middletown Area School District sports, could … more
In 1973, Frank Rowe “saw a need” in an area where quality work was hard to find: the sharpening and repairing of pet grooming tools. So he created a small business in Hershey.It was modest at first – just a local guy who repaired your poodle … more
More than $1 million was lost; targets of a lawsuit are not revealed Middletown Borough Council voted 7-1 on Tuesday, Feb. 19 to file a lawsuit against former borough officials for alleged misuse of the borough’s Electric Stabilization Trust … more
Benjamin Kapenstein, an investment accountant for a Harrisburg financial firm, will seek a seat on Middletown Borough Council in the May primary election.Kapenstein, of Linden Street, will run for one of two Second Ward seats that will be contested … more
The Steelton-Highspire School District is like a second home to Dr. Audrey Utley. She graduated from the high school, spent 15 years as a teacher in the district, and now will retire from her position as superintendent on June 30.Utley took over as … more
Dennis Leonard risked his life for his country. In 2007, the Army sergeant was in his second tour of duty in Iraq when a blast from an explosive device rocked his tank and shook his world.Leonard lost both legs, but certainly not his spirit. more
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