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LaVonne Ackerman

Movie night, an Italian dinner and a whole lot more

Welcome, March! Do people still think about lions and lambs when they see that it is March 1? After last week I am rooting for the lamb for all of March! We only have 18 days until spring is here, so hang in there. Let me know your news to share and have a wonderful week.

It’s mid-May, and school is almost over: LaVonne Ackerman

Hi, folks! How did we get to almost mid-May already? Why does this time of the year fly by so much more quickly than any other … at least that is my opinion? For Middletown, there are only 22 …

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, May 20, 1992 edition of the Press & Journal

Prelude to resignation request? Group to discuss school director A loosely organized coalition of area residents may be gearing up to seek the resignation of Middletown Area School Board member …

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, May 9, 1945 edition of the Press & Journal

President proclaimed May 8, V-E Day, Victory in Europe World War II with Germany came to a victorious end Tuesday, May 8, when President Truman in Washington officially proclaimed V-E Day at 9 …

From the Vault: News from the April 21, 1913, edition of the Daily Journal

Pastor called to Washington: Rev. S.T. Nicholas resigns as pastor of Lutheran church The resignation of the Rev. S.T. Nicholas as pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church of town was handed to the …

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, April 16, 1969 edition of the Press & Journal

Borough council rebuffed again on Pineford redevelopment plan Middletown borough struck out again this week on Pineford’s redevelopment. This latest whiff — the second since February — …

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, April 6, 2011 edition of the Press & Journal

Walk around town and you’ll likely find something that has benefited from members of the borough’s second-oldest civic group — the Middletown Kiwanis Club. There are the flower beds at …