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By Joe SukleWhen Middletown Borough chooses to spend dollars outside the community, it makes bad business sense. more
David Petraeus has fallen — but not as he should have. Before being disgraced by an extramarital affair, the retired four-star general and ex-CIA director should have been shamed out of public life for his horrendous military record in Iraq and … more
The turkey and stuffing are long gone. Place settings and cookers are tucked away. Family and friends are back in their routine. more
Thank goodness the tedious presidential campaign is over. It was enough to put a caffeine freak into a coma. more
Did you read last week’s story about our unsuccessful attempts to find more information about the attempted child abductions in Middletown? If you didn’t, here’s a brief synopsis: more
All eyes were on election day, but the true make-or-break moment of President Barack Obama’s political career – regardless of his successful re-election campaign – hasn’t come yet. more
With the carnage of the election over, we can now focus on what’s really important. It’s that time of year when your favorite charity comes knocking on your door. more
Last Monday, more than 100 volunteer firefighters and emergency service people responded to a fire involving two homes in the 500 block of Spring St. As with every call to action, our communities’ volunteer firefighters were efficient, … more
For 40 years, the federal and local governments have been trying to reduce nutrients flowing through our streams, marshes and wetlands surrounding the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Excess nitrogen has created dead zones in the bay that should concern … more
Advocates of Big Government never miss a chance to capitalize on a natural disaster. Even before the Superstorm had passed, they had boasted that without activist government, recovery would be impossible. more
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