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Middletown Borough Council voted 5-3 on Monday, Nov. 17 to allow the borough’s economic development authority to spend $150,000 plus closing costs to acquire the home of Councilor Tom Handley at 128 W. Emaus St. The Middletown Industrial and … more
Student actors at Middletown Area High School performed the murder mystery, "Is There a Doctor in the House?" for the school's fall play on Friday, Nov. 14 and Saturday, Nov. 15 at the school auditorium. Local photographer Jodi Ocker captured … more
The Personnel Processing Administration Reception Center at Olmstead Air Force Base, 1955.   Fifty years ago today, on Nov. 19, 1964, Middletown changed forever. On that day, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara announced that the … more
  Jack T. Ulsh, 84, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest at home on Tuesday, November 11, surrounded by his loving family.    He was born on May 5, 1930 in Millerstown, to the late Miles O. and Minnie A. Troutman Ulsh. … more
  Running was about the best way to stay warm during Middletown Area High School’s first-ever Raiders Run for a Cure 5K and Fun Run early Saturday morning, Nov. 15.   Despite a whipping, freezing wind, 67 people showed up for … more
Lower Dauphin's clash with Central Dauphin in the District 3 Class AAAA playoffs was a defensive battle. No, make that a Defensive Battle. Capital letters seem appropriate. It was Central Dauphin's defense – a big, tough squad that choked … more
Three student-athletes from Middletown Area School District signed letters of intent to commit to their respective colleges and universities during National Letter of Intent Day on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Halle Marion, daughter of Ken and Traci … more
Ten Lower Dauphin High School student athletes announced their college choices on National Letter of Intent Day on Wednesday, Nov. 12 in the school cafeteria before parents, teachers and classmates.Students who signed letters with colleges were: … more
Penn State Harrisburg lost a tough game against a scrappy York (N.Y) team in the consolation game of the inaugural Penn State Harrisburg Tip-Off Tournament, 69-61 on Sunday, Nov. 16 in Middletown. The Lions (0-2) could not pull off the comeback, … more
The Penn State Harrisburg women's basketball team lost a tough one against Alvernia, 78-67 in the consolation game of the McDaniel Tip-Off Tournament on Sunday, Nov. 16 in Westminster, Md. The Lions (0-2) started slow and were outscored 37-27 … more
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