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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

Rebuilding Pennsylvania’s rural infrastructure: Curt Coccodrilli

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, … more

State Civil Service Commission in dire need of modernization: Mike Folmer

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 … more

Middletown Area High School wrestling team celebrates season

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 … more

2 big wins for MAHS baseball, but 2 losses, too

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 … more

Middletown’s Hughes named second-team all-state

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 … more

Area will have new representative in U.S. House, with new districts, incumbents not running

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 … more

Lower Dauphin grad Myers wants to take on Mehaffie for state House seat

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 … more
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