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Jessica Owens has been coming to Saturday’s Market since she was a youngster. “My dad, who recently passed away, used to bring me out here all the time on Saturday mornings when I was … more
Middletown resident Alexandra Curry has been chosen  to sponsor a ship the Navy is building to be named the USS Harrisburg, to honor Harrisburg and the people of central … more
Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors. Natasha Ebersole was recently selected as the Hummelstown Women’s Club’s Young Woman of the Month for … more
Hello, people. I hope you’re having a beautiful fall. You can’t beat central Pennsylvania and her beautiful October days. Even if the leaves are stubborn in their turning process, you … more
By Dan Miller danmiller@pressandjournal.com Gladys Lehman was an accomplished artist. But that’s not why she was beloved as a teacher at Middletown Area High School. She was so … more
Middletown Borough Council has approved for advertisement a proposed ordinance limiting the hours when fireworks can be set off. Fireworks would be prohibited between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., except on … more
We are not lawyers, but it would be increasingly helpful if we were as we continue to sort out the ever-strained relationship between the Middletown Water Joint Venture and the borough of … more
Have you checked out our local library recently? If not, you should. I’ve talked previously about the wonderful things we have in town such as the library. I was impressed again this past … more
Familiarize yourself with the hashtag #OutNow. It is refusefacism.org’s message: “In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America!” The group’s goal is … more
A 16-year-old Middletown boy has been charged with making terroristic threats after he allegedly threatened to shoot up Middletown Area High School. According to police, it was reported at 5:57 … more
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