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Londonderry Township Planning Commission Meeting Minutes - January 2013:   PCMin-January222013 more
Middletown Police Chief Steven Wheeler has been named as just one of 25 police chiefs to serve on the Legislative Committee of the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association.Agreeing to serve on the committee just made sense, Wheeler said, given his … more
Assault charges filed against a former Lower Dauphin School Board member have been bound over to Dauphin County Court.District Judge Dominic Pelino heard arguments from both sides during a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, May 22, and decided all … more
Ira “George” Leedy Jr., 70, of Royalton, passed away on Wednesday, March 20, at Spring Creek Rehabilitation & Health Care Center in Harrisburg. He was the husband of Carol A. Updegraff Leedy.   more
By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff Photo by Don Graham- Middletown’s Halle Marion, left, brings the ball upcourt duing a 53-32 victory over Donegal.Coming off a tough loss against Camp Hill on Friday, Jan. 11, the Middletown girls’ … more
Editor,  One result of talking to both political parties is that I receive fliers from both. That’s fine with me. I split my ballot when circumstances warrant. more
Dailey’s wins softball finale Dailey’s Gulf 12-and-under softball team defeated Susquehanna, 14-1, in its Metro League regular season finale in Middletown. Dailey’s finished in fourth place out of 15 teams. more
Details about the 60th anniversary of the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association Big 33 Football Classic — in which Blue Raider standout Jaelen Thompson will play — were released … more
Exelon Generation Co. officially notified the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission this week of its intent to shut down Three Mile Island Nuclear Station in September 2019. J. Bradley Fewell, senior … more
Hemmed in: Bridge work trims traffic to tailor shop Paul Kello has sewn hems on a sturdy old Singer in the back of his tailor shop on South Union Street for 25 years. Beneath a wall filled … more
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