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The more time that passes, the more we wonder about the future of the Elks Theatre. It’s coming up on three years since it closed, and there seems to be a lack of urgency about what should … more
Newspapers prefer to report the news, not be a part of it. Recent actions by the Middletown Borough Council and Mayor James H. Curry III have given us no choice but to change that. To recap: … more
What happened last week right here in the heart of Middletown won’t soon be forgotten. It’s a tragedy — and that’s not a term that should be used lightly. Three people … more
About $700,000 that Middletown Borough Council wants to use for improvements on West Emaus Street would be money well-spent. A state grant would help fund upgrades for lighting, curbs and … more
The swastika is a symbol of hatred and mass murder, of anti-Semitism and terror. It has no place in our society, and its appearance at Penn State Harrisburg student housing must be taken … more
While one key criminal case in the area recently reached a resolution, another is still in its early stages. The shooter in the March 2017 incident at River House Bar & Grill in Londonderry … more
Those who lived in this area through the nuclear accident at Three Mile Island on March 28, 1979, when a partial meltdown of Unit 2 occurred, might find it hard to believe how the landscape has … more
American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead is widely quoted as saying: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that … more
Sunday will mark the 48th anniversary Earth Day, and while knowledge and concerns about the environment have never been at a higher level, we are concerned about where we are headed. According to … more
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