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Council sets meetings between public, advisors

Middletown Borough Council is planning a series of three ward meetings and a town hall meeting in March to “allow residents to hear updates about issues facing the borough from the professional experts advising council,’’ according to a … more

District Title? Check: Rollers bury Halifax, 76-27 for District 3 championship

Walking into Hershey’s Giant Center, the Steelton-Highspire Rollers were excited, pumped up and confident. The stakes were high, and last year, the Rollers faced a devastating loss against Lebanon Catholic, 84-78, in the District 3 Class A … more

Kane accepts coaching job at LaSalle

Brad Kane took the reins of an upstart golf team at Penn State Harrisburg just a few short years ago and transformed it into one of the best collegiate programs in the area. Now, he’ll look to continue his recent pattern of success at LaSalle. … more

News from District Judge David H. Judy--03/06

Following is a compilation of action in cases filed before District Magistrate David H. Judy. Please be aware all those charged/cited are presumed innocent unless proven otherwise in a court of law.   Branden Barrow, 20, of Middletown … more

MAMS students learn that engineering is fun

Phoenix Contact engineers partnered with Middletown Area Middle School for the sixth straight year to teach sixth-grade students the fun of engineering from Tuesday, Feb. 19 to Friday, Feb. 22. more

New septic rules could be imposed by end of year

If all goes according to plan, residents in Londonderry Twp. will have to follow a new ordinance regarding regulations for on-lot sewage disposal systems by the end of the year.There is no set date for approval of the proposed ordinance, which will … more

Technology Tuesdays are Here!

The PA Recycling Markets Center is pleased to announce the upcoming Technology Tuesday Webinar titled Green Roof Technologies. The speakers will be Dr. Shirley Clark and Dr. Katherine Baker of Penn State Harrisburg.Dr. Clark will discuss green roof … more

When a house is much, much more than a home

Since the Vietnam War, Americans have shown greater respect for the men and women who serve in their armed forces. So it’s perhaps no surprise that a story we published about the construction of a new home for Dennis Leonard, an Army sergeant from … more

Handley to run for council seat

Thomas Handley, a former supervisor of Middletown Borough’s electric department, has resigned from the Middletown Borough Authority to run for a seat on Middletown Borough Council.   “I want you to know that I did not do this in … more

Hispanics: Where do we go from here?

Attendees will discuss the hispanics/latino image in society in an open discussion. Different point of views on how to continue to move froward in the workplace despite having a diverse background will be considered.... more
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