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Water, sewer key to 900-home development; infrastructure a ‘heavy lift’ for School Heights Village

Londonderry Township officials are working to get public water and sewer lines to a proposed 900-home housing development behind Saturday’s Market called School Heights Village. During the … more

Milk Bar 'was like second home’; it closed more than 40 years ago, but memories flow at reunion

Business has been gone for more than 40 years, but memories are fresh The 34 people who gathered for a reunion at Hoffer Park in Middletown on Aug. 8 didn’t all know each other, but they … more

Plastic will pay for trash, electric; credit card payments soon will be set up for several borough fees

Middletown residents soon should be able to pay their electric and trash bill online through the borough website, with a credit card or debit card linked to their bank account. Borough council … more

Handicap parking likely to change; Middletown hasn’t taken requests for new spaces since 2015

Middletown residents haven’t been able to request a new on-street handicapped parking space in more than three years, but that could change soon. Borough council during its Aug. 8 meeting … more

Ex-Lower Swatara police officer to be sentenced over drug theft from evidence locker

Former Lower Swatara Township police Officer Scott M. Flowers is to be sentenced in Dauphin County Court on Sept. 28, after pleading guilty July 27 to charges that he stole drugs from the … more

Council establishes fee for restaurants to make outdoor seating requests

Middletown Borough Council continues to make progress toward permitting restaurants to offer outdoor seating on public sidewalks. During its Aug. 8 meeting, it approved a resolution setting the … more

Middletown football has key talent to replace on heels of two state title appearances, 14-1 seasons

The 2018 high school football season will bring about some real challenges to this year’s Middletown Area High School team and coaches. Following back-to-back 14-1 seasons, which included a … more

Bradford takes over Blue Raiders boys basketball program

When Chris Bradford graduated college, he called Chris Sattele and said he was interested in joining his basketball coaching staff. Bradford was an assistant basketball coach for six seasons. … more

Plans for rugby at Sunset Park take big step forward

The Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors granted conditional approval for a plan for a rugby field at Sunset Park. The plan, which was submitted by the Harrisburg Rugby Football Club, was … more

Boy Scouts stay extra busy with June trips

Londonderry Boy Scout Troop 97 did its best to jam as much as it could into June.   Paddling, fishing, camping, hiking and fellowship filled the calendar. The month started with a six-mile … more
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