From The Wednesday, October 20, 1993 Edition Of The Press And Journal
Middletown School Planners Review ‘Needs’ Survey Of District Residents
If you had $1,000 to give to the Middletown Area School District and were asked to decide how the money would be spent, what would you do with it?
Would you spend all the money on one particular facet of education in the District, such as an academic program or sport, or would you prefer to divide it equally among all the various areas of service?
One thousand area residents were recently asked what they would do in that hypothetical situation, along with 55 other questions seeking their opinions about the District and its various operations.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 15:50
Friends and neighbors visited Londonderry Fire Company Sunday, Oct. 16, for the company’s annual open house.
Members of the company took guests for a ride in the two engines and tanker truck, showing off the lights, sirens and air horns as they approached the fire house. Neighbor company, Middletown Fire Company 88 provided selected guests a bird’s eye view from Truck 88’s 95-foot Aerialscope.
The balmy fall day provided a steady stream of guests who browsed fire safety information inside the station, which featured displays of items that caused fires, from faulty electrical devices to a variety of items whose improper use started fires in homes.
To see more Press And Journal photos by Eric Wise of the Londonderry Fire Company Open House, check out our print edition or click here for our E-edition.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 15:19
Middletown's annual Kiwanis Club Halloween Parade drew huge crowds Monday night.
For more photos of the Middletown Kiwanis Club Halloween Parade by Gabe Mink, check out our print edition or click here for our E-edition.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 14:52
From The Wednesday,
October 13, 1993 Edition
Of The Press And Journal
Plans For Giant Store
Hit Snag Over Traffic
It is a $1.6 million project. The building plans show it to be a 44,500-square-foot structure that will be situated on the southeast corner of the site housing the Mid-Town Plaza.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2016 12:43
The Daddy-Daughter Dance was held Friday, Oct. 7, at Sunset Golf Course Clubhouse. There was music, food, drinks and snacks along with, of course, dancing.
To see more photos of the Daddy-Daughter Dance by Earl Hammaker Jr., check out our print edition or click here for our E-edition.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 October 2016 15:13