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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

Middletown Area High School student's poster honored, was on display at State Museum

Middletown Area High School student Mahnoor Azim’s poster “Strike Out Alcohol” was selected as one of the winning entries in the annual Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest hosted by … more

Dailey, Redline are Middletown Area High School students of the month

Marissa Redline and Zachery Adam Dailey are the Middletown Area High School students of the month for May. Marissa is the daughter of Jeffrey Redline and Racheal Bartholomew. Activities … more

Don’t forget to enjoy life in the month of May: LaVonne Ackerman

Here we are right smack dab into the merry, merry month of May. This time of year appears to zoom by way too quickly. We need to stop and smell the flowers and enjoy the people in our lives ... … more

Does borough have parking problem?: Editorial

Penn State Harrisburg is the college on the hill, out of sight for most Middletown residents and therefore out of mind when it comes to their daily lives. But of course those Penn State students … more

‘Feel the Bern’? That’s a road to catastrophe: Ed O'Connor

Hello, gang. How’s everything at your end? Things are going well here. Thanks for asking. Well, let me modify that a bit. There are now more people on the street here than ever before, … more

A new low in the war on fracking: Robert Bradley

Rolling Stone just dropped a bombshell — or so it claims in its article, “The Harms of Fracking: New Report Details Increased Risks of Asthma, Birth Defects and Cancer.” Dig into … more
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