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Some people remember when many rural households didn’t have electricity or running water. Although those days are long gone for most, there’s still lots of room for improvement. In fact, …
5/9/18 02:03 PM
The Senate State Government Committee, which I chair, recently held a public hearing on legislation introduced by Sen. Randy Vulakovich, R-Glenshaw, and me to modernize the Pennsylvania Civil Service …
5/9/18 01:59 PM
The Middletown Area High School held its wrestling banquet Saturday, April 7, at the school.
Recognized were the Blue Raiders’ Mid-Penn Capital Division All-Stars:
First team: Devin …
5/9/18 01:53 PM
Despite a pair of humbling losses last week, the Middletown varsity baseball team picked up two big wins as well to keep their postseason hopes alive.
The Blue Raiders stand at 9-8 and hold the …
Middletown senior Ryan Hughes recently was selected for the Class 4A Pennsylvania Sports Writers All-State Boys Basketball Team.
Hughes, a 6-foot-4 senior, averaged 21.6 points per game. He was …
5/9/18 01:41 PM
Things have gotten much simpler for voters in the Middletown area and elsewhere in Dauphin County, regarding the May 15 primary and the U.S. House of Representatives.
All of Dauphin County is now …
Derry Township resident Rob Myers, a graduate of Lower Dauphin High School, is running in Tuesday’s Democratic primary that will decide the challenger who will face state Rep. Tom Mehaffie for …
5/9/18 01:37 PM
Middletown Area Middle School recently announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the third period. Distinguished Honor Roll requires all “A’s” or perfect marks. For …
5/9/18 01:33 PM
Cop suit will cost Middletown $12,500
Middletown is responsible for $12,500 of a $100,000 settlement of a federal civil rights lawsuit that was filed by a local woman who charged that four police …
5/9/18 01:31 PM
Londonderry Township settled its lawsuit with a Florida man who filed numerous Right-to-Know requests in what the township said was an attempt to stop floodplain ordinances on several Susquehanna …