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“And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave.” — Joseph Rodman Drake, in his poem “To the Defenders of … more
We appreciate the aims of the new Middletown Business Association, which had its first meeting recently with about 30 people in attendance at Alfred’s Victorian restaurant. There is no … more
Should we be concerned about the mini-crime spree of Dec. 17-18 in the heart of the borough? Of course. But that doesn’t mean we should panic. Police are still seeking three suspects in two … more
There is a silence surrounding the potential closure of the Three Mile Island Generating Station that is hard for us to fathom. No one seems to be talking about it.  We know, of course … more
The residents and businesses of Middletown should be outraged at the apparent loss of $1.1 million from the borough’s coffers in 2015. They should be deeply concerned about reports of … more
We have heroes around us every day. Many of them wear uniforms, be it military, law enforcement or medical personnel. They are trained to help others. But sometimes it takes more than those who … more
Area residents who want to take advantage of community recreational programs will have a new acronym to remember — MARA. Barring an unforeseen rejection of the plan Tuesday night by the … more
We sit here on the edge of the new year, merely several days into 2019. It’s been so far, so good, we would guess, for many of you. That’s what the change in the calendar usually means … more
It was nearly a week ago that a gunman who authorities say had a longstanding feud with the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, opened fire at the newspaper office, killing five … more
We certainly avoided snowy weather for a huge chunk of the winter, but that has come to an end. Forecasts call for snow late this week, including what could be quite a bit over the … more
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