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Boro vs. Met-Ed: Settle or fight? Utility offers $18 million By Janet Pickel, Press-Journal Editor Middletown Borough Council’s negotiating team is recommending acceptance of an $18 million … more
Base closure fight will continue, says Kunkel Addressing more than 2,000 Olmsted AF Base employees at Memorial Field last Saturday night, Congressman John C. Kunkel said he plans to resist the … more
Middletown tables plan to renovate town square For the second time in two years, Middletown has tabled consideration of a state initiative aimed at improving traffic safety at the square. If … more
Bridge building: Steelton company erects highest viaduct in the world The highest steel viaduct in the world has just been completed in Upper Burmah. It spans the gaping gorge in the Shan Hills … more
Prelude to resignation request? Group to discuss school director A loosely organized coalition of area residents may be gearing up to seek the resignation of Middletown Area School Board member … more
President proclaimed May 8, V-E Day, Victory in Europe World War II with Germany came to a victorious end Tuesday, May 8, when President Truman in Washington officially proclaimed V-E Day at 9 … more
Pastor called to Washington: Rev. S.T. Nicholas resigns as pastor of Lutheran church The resignation of the Rev. S.T. Nicholas as pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church of town was handed to the … more
Borough council rebuffed again on Pineford redevelopment plan Middletown borough struck out again this week on Pineford’s redevelopment. This latest whiff — the second since February — … more
Walk around town and you’ll likely find something that has benefited from members of the borough’s second-oldest civic group — the Middletown Kiwanis Club. There are the flower beds at … more
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