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  Middletown police will step up surveillance at school bus stops in the borough after receiving complaints that motorists are failing to stop for buses as children board or climb off.   Police particularly have received … more
The Lower Dauphin School District said goodbye to the principal at Londonderry Elementary School, but appointed a replacement and a new assistant principal at Lower Dauphin High School.   The Lower Dauphin School Board voted 8-0 to … more
A hold on the disbursal of state grant money to Middletown remains in effect until the borough submits a completed audit covering the use of grant fund proceeds by the Greater Middletown Economic Development Corp. from 2008 to 2010, authorities say. … more
They were Rollers.   Some were young, snatched away by tragedies – the star quarterback, an aspiring rapper, high school seniors with unfulfilled dreams.   They were sons and daughters, cousins and classmates. … more
Middletown Borough Council voted 8-0 to accept the resignation of police Officer Andrew Crone during a meeting on Monday, Sept. 15.   Council’s vote followed a 50-minute closed-door session and came after Mayor James H. Curry III read … more
A real estate closing is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18 to transfer ownership of the Elks Building in Middletown from the Greater Middletown Economic Development Corp. to the borough’s Industrial and Commercial Development Authority.   … more
Press And Journal File Photo Highspire’s Bicentennial Parade will pass through the business district down Second Street (Route 230) from Crescent Street to Race Street. It will be a day of reminiscing and making new memories when Highspire … more
The replacement of old storm sewer and water lines in Middletown’s business district is moving along. It’s not too early to think of what will happen after the work is done, and the revitalization of the downtown begins.   That’s … more
  School sports began as organized fitness and military training for boys in Ancient Greece around 700 B.C., according to author Daryl Siedentop, a retired professor of sport and exercise education at Ohio State University.   … more
Photo by John Diffenderfer Adam Zeiders, Adam Zeiders, Adam Zeiders. It may take some time for Chambersburg to forget the name of Lower Dauphin's wide receiver and kick returner. Zeiders scored three touchdowns – two on kickoff returns … more
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