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Effective immediately Sgt. Dennis Morris will serve as interim chief of the Middletown Police Department until further notice, borough Mayor James H. Curry III announced at the close of the Tuesday, … more
So far there are no reports of damage having occurred in Middletown from this week’s flooding, borough emergency management coordinator Tom Foreman … more
If you’d like to own one of the most historic downtown theaters in America, now is your chance.   The Elks Theatre in Middletown is up for sale, theater owners the Middletown … more
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 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
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
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
More Middletown residents may soon be able to buy one of the popular Hometown Heroes banners to honor someone in the military - if a nonprofit organization can be found within the next two weeks to … more
Middletown is looking to join 43 other municipalities in Pennsylvania that have a local ordinance banning discrimination against people based upon their sexual orientation and gender … more
A new website for the Borough of Middletown is ready to go live any day now. Borough council during its April 18 meeting received a presentation on the new web site from Greg Yoder. The borough … more
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