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A new semiprofessional basketball team plans to play all of its home games in Middletown’s Main Street Gym starting this winter. Tryouts will be held there from 6 to 8 p.m. July 31 and Aug. … more
By Laura Hayes and Dan Miller A combined 19 residents at the Middletown Home and Frey Village have died from causes related to … more
The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed 495 additional positive cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the statewide total to 83,191 in all 67 counties. The state reported 54 new deaths today, … more
Middletown Borough Council and the borough might have violated the Pennsylvania Open Meetings “Sunshine Law” regarding what elected officials and members of public bodies are allowed by … more
Hello, folks! As June winds down and the uncertainty of what July holds for us approaches, I wonder, what are you bound and determined to be grateful about? Hopefully you don’t have to … more
Change is coming to the Middletown Area Middle School schedule next year. Math, English language arts, social studies and science classes all will be the same length — 50 … more
Welcome, summer! Are you having a June 20 “first day of summer” party? Break out the ice cream and flip-flops. No social discord or virus can stop Saturday from being a sunshiny, happy … more
Editor’s note: Because of the closure of schools, there was a delay in the release of Students of the Month for Lower Dauphin. Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were selected … more
Middletown has received 41 applications for the proposed new public safety director position that is to replace the chief of police. The vast majority of applications have come to the borough … more
Former Middletown Borough Council member Rachelle Reid said the borough would be “breaking the law” if it hires a public safety director. Middletown’s police officers’ … more
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