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Hall of Fame banquet is June 9 for Bright, Bitting, Martin, Umberger

Three people with strong ties to Lower Dauphin High School and Middletown wrestling legend Earl Bright III will be among the 10 inductees into the 52nd annual Hall of Fame class for the Capital Area … more

After many years, Woodland Hills is underway; ten-phase project will add 440 homes

There’s nothing quite like the look and smell of a brand new home. It’s a look and smell Middletown hasn’t seen much of in recent years. But expect to start seeing a lot more of … more

Middletown authority sued over sale of McNair House; buyers cite ‘misrepresentations’

New owners of the McNair House in downtown Middletown have sued the borough entity that sold them the property in November 2017, making accusations of fraud and “misrepresentations” … more

Left turn from Main to Union will be studied; new signal possible at intersection

Middletown borough will have a traffic study completed — at a cost not to exceed $5,000 — to see if a left-turn signal would make it easier for eastbound traffic on Main Street to turn … more

Lower Swatara hires two new police officers, now has 14 total on force

Lower Swatara has two new police officers. The board unanimously voted to hire Spencer Rios and Antonio Gonzalez Jr., starting May 14 at an hourly rate of $24.14. “[They’re] two … more

Middletown first hired lawyer to look into Suez lease in 2017, didn't OK it publicly until 2018

Middletown Borough Council concerns over the 50-year lease of the borough’s water and sewer systems to Suez and Middletown Water Joint Venture LLC date to at least March 2017, when council … more

Suez says Middletown’s argument on water, sewer usage surcharge is ‘baseless’

Three and a half years after getting $43 million for approving a 50-year lease of its water and sewer systems, it is “baseless” for Middletown to now say it did not understand water sales … more

Community steps up to support Caravan Court fire victims

It had just stopped snowing when Christine Varner-Dunn and her son Brayden Dunn walked down Caravan Court on a late April day. The pair wove their way through the puddles in the potholes on the … more

Police chase that started in Cumberland County ends in Londonderry Township

Three people were arrested following a police chase that started with a retail theft in Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, and ended 30 miles later in Londonderry Township on Friday, April … more

Oberlin man charged with heroin possession, hit-and-runs

An Oberlin man faces numerous charges after police say he caused two hit-and-run accidents and was then found in possession of heroin, all in the same day. According to arrest papers, … more
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