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Date for hearing on Middletown-Suez dispute over water and sewer lease changed again

The date for a federal court hearing to consider Middletown borough’s request for an injunction to block the 11.5 percent surcharge being added to water and sewer bills has again been … more

'We just need more parking': Hearing draws diverse viewpoints on Middletown housing limits

It was clear from the debate before Middletown’s zoning hearing board May 8 that the borough’s ban against more than two unrelated people living in a house touches a nerve with a lot of … more

Middletown Area High School Mini-THON raises $48,000: PHOTO GALLERY

Middletown Area High School held its Mini-THON festivities on Friday. The event went from 5 p.m. to midnight and raised $48,115.86 for Four Diamonds to help fight childhood cancer. The goal was … more

MASD schools to get security assessment; anonymous donor funds private company's work

A consulting firm will do a “risk and vulnerability assessment” of all schools in Middletown Area School District, in light of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High … more

Will borough try to get out of the 50-year Suez water and sewer lease? Suglia hints it's possible

Middletown might be laying the groundwork for getting out of the 50-year lease of the borough’s water and sewer systems to Suez, based on comments from Council President Damon Suglia following … more

Lower Swatara Township hires new manager, seventh since 2011

Lower Swatara Township has a new manager. The Board of Commissioners unanimously voted on May 2 to offer the position to M. Elizabeth “Betsy” McBride, who will start on May 14. … more

Mary E. Roh

Mary E. Roh, 90, of Elizabethtown, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, April 29, 2018 at Colonial Park Care, Harrisburg. She was born March 3, 1928 in Xenia, Ill. and was the daughter of the … more

Bunky’s owner faces fine over property code, says he paid $185,000 for work that wasn't done

The owner of the Bunky’s property at 10-12 S. Union St. in Middletown was ordered Tuesday to pay a $300 fine for code violations. However, District Judge David Judy told owner Al Dolatoski … more

Be vigilant, keep children safe online: Editorial

Many young people have an innate ability to understand and use technology. It used to be evident in something as innocuous as video games, when teens and younger were able to adapt quickly as the … more

Pennsylvania boater fights against state incursions on privacy: Sara Rose

On a pleasant May evening in 2016, Fred Karash and four friends were enjoying a boat trip on Lake Erie when, without warning, they were stopped by law enforcement officers and detained for more than … more
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