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Borough budget done: 16 percent real estate tax hike Middletown Borough Council adopted an $18 million operating budget for 2007 Tuesday night that represents... [Read More]
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Jesse Middaugh, assistant teaching professor of information sciences and technology in Penn State Harrisburg's School of Business Administration, was recently named the College of Information... [Read More]
To honor the memory of Mindy Sue Nese, who died in 2015, a foundation tied to her longtime employer has created a scholarship in her... [Read More]
Bingo Mania begins at 2:00 p.m.; door open at 12:00 noon. Tear off tickets sold during bingo. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an... [Read More]
Tags: Bingo - Tear - Children
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Chris Bradford's first year as the head coach of the Middletown boys basketball team was a long, trying one. Following a good run... [Read More]
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The Middletown Blue Raiders football team placed eight players on the recently announced Mid-Penn Conference Capital Division All-Stars. Making the first-team offense is running... [Read More]
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Larry Etter, who has covered Middletown Blue Raiders football for more than 35 years for the Press & Journal, writes a poem for the senior... [Read More]
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Editor's note: The following is courtesy of the Pennsylvania Game Commission Expanded Sunday hunting is coming to Pennsylvania in 2020. Gov. Tom Wolf... [Read More]
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A Christmas miracle happened last week in Middletown. Thanks to an "astounding" list of volunteers and donations, a sparkling new Santa house was unveiled... [Read More]
A consensus was reached for a $7 monthly Lower Swatara Township stormwater fee during a joint meeting of its board of commissioners and members of... [Read More]
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Londonderry Township has received a $150,000 grant to help develop a trail through Sunset Park. "This trail is going to be a great... [Read More]
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One of the greatest assets a municipality can offer its residents is its parks. That's why we are interested to see the results that... [Read More]
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I was 16 years old when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. And I remember the events leading up to it. Even though I... [Read More]
A friend recently asked me, "Why has Jeffrey Epstein become the Harambe of 2019?" It's a good question. There's been a spike in "Epstein... [Read More]
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It's a lovely family reunion. Dad and Mom — now Grandpa and Grandma — sit facing their kids, and their kids' kids, reminiscing about old... [Read More]
The Penn State Harrisburg library invited students, faculty, and staff to tell a story about games this fall for the short writing contest, "For the... [Read More]
The newest class of sheriff deputies will graduate from the Pennsylvania Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Program, which the Penn State Justice and... [Read More]
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The Capital BlueCross Theatre hosts its first dinner theatre production, "MacJingle All the Way: An Elf Mafia Murder Mystery Dinner," [Read More]
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