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Mayor James H. Curry III said Wednesday that criticism of him from the Middletown Borough Police Officers’ Association “crossed the line.” Curry, in a video on his Facebook page … more
By Laura Hayes and Dan Miller Chants of “We are holding you accountable!” echoed down Race Street as people … more
A march against racism, inspired in part by the recent death of George Floyd in Minneapolis as well as by a local resident’s experiences, will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday through … more
Middletown will advertise to seek candidates for a proposed new public safety director job to replace the borough’s chief of police — despite council being divided on the issue and … more
State Police charged a Middletown woman with trespassing and other offenses after she was reportedly at a cabin on Shelly Island in Londonderry Township that she was supposed to have vacated in … more
Middletown police have charged a borough man with taking $50 from an ATM that was intended for someone else. Police in arrest papers filed with District Judge David Judy said that Karl Thomas … more
Several thousand pounds of scrap metal was stolen from the former Jednota property off Rosedale Avenue. The land surrounding the former printery is in the process of being developed into … more
Lower Swatara police responded to a crash in the 200 block of Fiddlers Elbow Road at 5:02 p.m. May 22. According to police, an 18-year-old Harrisburg man was driving south on Fiddlers Elbow when … more
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Lemoyne man who has been charged with felony theft of services after disputing more than $6,000 in charges at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg East, 815 S. … more
All Dauphin County courts, including district judges, will reopen to the public on Monday, June 8, with specified restrictions in place to limit spread of the coronavirus. All jury trials remain … more
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