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Kapenstein resigns, council sets May 11 deadline for residents to apply to fill seat

Middletown Borough Council during its May 1 meeting voted 5-0 to accept with regret the resignation of Councilor Ben Kapenstein.   Kapenstein in a resignation letter submitted on May 1 … more

Middletown council fills vacant seat

Middletown Borough Council during its April 3 meeting picked Angela Lloyd of the 100 block of Oak Hill Drive to fill the vacant seat on council created by the resignation of Diana McGlone in March. … more

Early morning fire at Pineford on Dec. 20 impacted eight townhouses, firefighters say

A row of eight townhouses was impacted by the fire that broke out in the 3100 block of Pineford Drive just before 2 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 20, according to officials with the Middletown Volunteer … more

Items being collected for two Middletown families displaced by fire at Pineford

Middletown Police Department is collecting clothes and other items for two families in the borough made homeless by a fire early Wednesday Dec. 20 in Pineford.Details were not available tonight, … more

Middletown council now says no property tax hike for 2018

Middletown residents may not be looking at a borough property tax increase in 2018, after all.Borough council by a 5-1 vote during its Dec. 5 meeting voted to re-advertise a proposed 2018 general … more

Middletown council appoints Mouchette as permanent chief, promotes sergeants

Middletown Borough Council by 6-1 vote during its Aug. 7 meeting appointed George Mouchette as the borough’s new permanent police chief at a salary of $96,000 a year. Mouchette, a retired New … more

Council gives tentative OK to weight limits to prohibit large trucks on three borough streets

Establishing weight limits to ban large trucks from three Middletown streets near Penn State Harrisburg was given tentative approval by Middletown Borough Council during its July 5 … more

Decision not to run was agonizing; I hope I served you well: Anne Einhorn

In March 2012, I made the decision to run for borough council. It was not an easy or quick decision; it was in fact a long and complicated process. I weighed the pros and cons, invited opinions and … more