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No ‘screamo’ music here – these LD students jam to bluegrass

With a violin in hand, Sarah Rothermel is home. The Lower Dauphin High School junior is a classically trained violinist by nature, used to playing pieces from Beethoven to Mozart. But stroll into teacher Tom Hanninen’s classroom on a Friday … more

Police, budget dominate council’s ward meeting

Nearly two dozen residents attended the first of a series of three ward meetings with Middletown Borough Council’s consultants and advisors on Thursday, March 7 at Rescue Fire Company on South Union Street.The questions they asked ranged from the … more

Killian takes third place in PIAA championships

Photo by Ken Ulerick Middletown’s Bryce Killian (yellow) won four consecutive bouts in the consolation bracket of the 132-pound class of the PIAA Class AAA championships to finish third in his weight class.Middletown’s Bryce Killian won third … more

Wheeler sworn in as VIPs watch

There’s a new sheriff in town.Recently-appointed Middletown Police Chief Steven Wheeler was formally sworn in by Mayor Robert Reid in front of a crowd of borough officials, former colleagues and other guests at the Behney Building in Middletown on … more

Krot resigns as manager

Harry Krot, the manager of Lower Swatara Twp., has resigned effective April 12 after about 18 months on the job.Krot tendered his resignation during an executive session on Wednesday, March 6, Commission President Frank Linn confirmed.Linn would not … more

News from District Judge David H. Judy--03/13

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.   Harry Rivera, 20, of Harrisburg, … more

STRUGGLING: Teacher cuts and tax hike loom; judge approves borrowing of $2.5 million

A Dauphin County judge has granted Steelton-Highspire’s petition to borrow $2.5 million to cover its debt.Judge Jeannine Turgeon approved the request Monday, March 11, citing the need to avoid further cuts to service in the school district. The … more

Mayor Judy II? Oxenford runs for mayor again

Judy Oxenford retired from politics after 19 years as Royalton’s mayor, taking a career of small-town successes, a bucket list of to-dos and a nagging case of rheumatoid arthritis with her.She had opened a senior citizens’ center in the borough … more

Lower Swatara Township--Police News--03/13/13

Following is a compilation of reports from the Highspire Police Department. Please be aware all those charged/cited are presumed innocent unless proven otherwise in a court of law.   BurglaryPolice were called to the Discovery Kids … more

MAMS presents "Comic Book Artist"

Submitted Photo Starring in “Comic Book Artist’’ at Middletown Area Middle School are, from left, Sarah Fluke, Mandi Hall, Georgie Britcher, Hannah Wilsbach and Bella Fegley.When sorting through possible plays for Middletown Area Middle School … more
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