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'Blue-collar race car driver': Mrakovich makes his way on NASCAR Xfinity Series

If you walk into Street Stores Hardware store in Middletown, odds are you might see Tony Mrakovich, the owner’s son, running the forklift or working in the warehouse or, on one recent occasion, … more

Middletown boys tennis competes at Mid-Penns

The Middletown Area High School boys tennis team took part in the Mid-Penn Conference tournament on April 26. In No. 1 singles, Jacob Spear lost to Ehi Jatto of Susquehanna Township, 7-5, 6-3. In … more

Blue Raiders baseball wins sixth straight, then falls to Northern York

After collecting its sixth straight victory against visiting Milton Hershey last Tuesday, the Middletown varsity baseball team saw its long winning streak come to an end at Northern York on Thursday. … more

Does zoning target PSU students? More than 2 unrelated people can’t live in single-family home

Whether Jordan Beinlich and three other Penn State University Harrisburg students can keep living where they want to in Middletown may come down to a May 8 decision by the borough zoning hearing … more

Harborton Estates resident questions changes in water and sewer bill, gets costs reduced for residents

Every once in awhile the little guy gets a win. In this case, Richard Baker got a win, not just for himself but for other residents of the Harborton Estates mobile home park in Middletown, which … more

Prom will be held at MAHS for first time since 1966

You really can’t fault Middletown Area High School principal Michael Carnes for not knowing when was the last time the prom was held at the high school. “I couldn’t tell you … more

May 9 hearing set for borough lawsuit over water and sewer 11.5 percent surcharge

A May 9 hearing has been set in federal court to consider Middletown borough’s request for an injunction to block Suez imposing an 11.5 percent surcharge on water and sewer bills. The … more

Tony’s Pizzeria, Hong’s Wok open up at Westporte; talks held to make Nissley a two-way street again

Residents have two new places to dine after Tony’s Pizzeria and Hong’s Wok recently opened in the Westporte Centre off West Main Street. Highspire-based Tony’s opened its second … more

Kunkel, Fink and Reid students learn how to be safe online, with apps

Most young students know not to talk to strangers in the mall or the grocery store. However, with the growing popularity of computer tablets and smartphones, do children know how to stay safe … more

Police charge second person in 2017 South Union Street home invasion

Middletown police have charged a second person in connection with the home invasion of an apartment in the first block of South Union Street on July 29, 2017. Police on April 24 filed charges of … more
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