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E-town Fair features farm, food and fun Every farm animal has its day at the Elizabethtown Fair, a 40-year-old celebration of agriculture, Americana and the simpler things that make life fun.The fair opens at 9 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 19 with a … more
An old sign stuck into a plot of green space on Adams Street, the site of a long-dormant revitalization project, reads, “Motivated and on the move for a better Steelton.” Since it was erected, early in the project’s life, some of the … more
A year ago, a grassy patch of land sat along Morgan Drive, an empty plot about to be transformed into a wounded warrior’s dream home – and his dream for a normal life.As Dennis Leonard, an Army sergeant who lost both legs in an IED explosion … more
Newness is the theme in the Middletown Area School District sports landscape this fall –new head coaches in football, field hockey and boys’ soccer, some new athletes, and even some new practice fields being built for future use during the … more
  Press And Journal Photo by Daniel Walmer Middletown Police Officer Peter Fure demonstrates special operations equipment to sisters Alyssa (front) and Ava Eckman and their mother Nicole.Hundreds of Middletown, Steelton and Highspire … more
Elba Sue Crow, 68, of Lykens, formerly of Royalton, died on Wednesday, August 7, at Gateway Medical Center in Clarksville, Tenn. more
Melissa M. Searfoss, 29, of Highspire, entered into rest on Thursday, August 8, at her home. more
Teddy L. Biesecker Sr., 70, of Royalton, entered into rest on Thursday, August 8, at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. more
Norman Henry Miller, 72, of Richlands, N.C., died Wednesday, August 7, at his home. more
Mary J. Sopko, 95, of Crescent View Personal Care at The Middletown Home, entered into rest on Wednesday, August 7, at the Home. more
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