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We aren’t quite sure where Middletown Mayor James H. Curry III is going with contracting out police services. We asked him for more details, and he didn’t respond. He recently asked … more
I get accused of “being over the top” and using hyperbole by conservative friends and acquaintances with increasing frequency. This is caused, in large part, by me being a vocal and … more
Since Nancy Pelosi became House speaker in 2007, Republicans have spent an incredible amount of time and energy pushing back against her progressive policy proposals. That’s why it’s odd … more
In the more than 25 years since the United States, Mexico and Canada struck the first North American trade deal, the North American Free Trade Agreement, manufacturing output in the United States has … more
Olmsted AFB phase-out finds work force reduced to 513 Sunday will mark the third anniversary of the phase-out order of Olmsted Air Force Base. For more than 10,000 civil servants, it is not an … more
Londonderry Township’s draft 2020 budget does not call for a tax increase. However, the draft budget indicates that the amount of revenue coming into the township is decreasing, which … more
Elections for senior patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader and troop guide were held Sept. 17 by Boy Scout Troop 97. Each candidate gave a speech as to why he was seeking a vote for the … more
A Middletown man was charged after Middletown police received a complaint alleging he had molested a girl at a residence in the borough in July. David Anthony Cucullo, 35, of the 300 block of … more
Middletown Area High School recently announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the first period. Distinguished Honor Roll requires all “A’s” or perfect marks. For … more
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