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The following is a list of cancellations, closings, delays, and other weather alerts. Check back for updates.NOTE: This list is for Friday, Jan. 3.   Local Schools:  Middletown Area: Closed Lower … more
After a lengthy executive session, Middletown Borough Council accepted the resignation of Chris Courogen, borough secretary and director of communications, from his role as borough secretary, during a special meeting on Monday, Dec. 30. … more
      More than 220 runners participated in Middletown’s second annual Rudolph’s Romp on Saturday, Dec. 21, raising money for the Middletown Public Library. Mary Dell, 25, took the top prize in the 5-kilometer … more
    Beneath a sign for H.A. Hartman and Son painted on the brick of a seven-story warehouse, the words “Highspire Distillery” faintly bleed through. The brick building stands tall and strong, the sole remaining piece of … more
It was 200 years ago that Highspire was founded along the east bank of the Susquehanna River. Two German settlers, Henry Berentz and Michael Dochterman, laid out the borough, but how it got its name remains a debatable mystery lost over time. … more
Middletown Borough Council has approved an ordinance limiting the mayor’s role in managing emergency operations by a 6-0 vote at a meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Mayor Robert Reid had threatened to veto the ordinance because he believes the … more
  A Campus Heights resident was arrested after he allegedly threatened to “take people out’’ at the West Main Street apartment complex for fellow Penn State Harrisburg students, according to court records. Christopher Madan, 22, … more
Middletown Borough Council gave final approval to the proposed $5.7 million budget for 2014 at a Tuesday, Dec. 17 meeting. The budget freezes taxes and avoids major cuts. Middletown residents will still pay 5.631 mills in borough real estate … more
The Lower Dauphin School Board likely will not apply for state permission to raise real estate taxes more than the 2.5 percent maximum permitted by state law next year under a “very preliminary” 2014-15 budget that administrators presented at a … more
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