PENNSYLVANIA'S #1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER • locally owned since 1854
From the Vault
128 results total, viewing 111 - 120
23 years ago - More Room In The Wrestling Room – The Middletown Area School District wrestling room has grown. And it was all made possible through the commitment of the Pin ‘N Win Club, the Blue & Gold Club and the Middletown Area School … more
Carrying a torch: Sister disturbed by theft of mementos from cemetery Jessica Lawson visits her younger brother Robert several times a week. “I come out. I clean up. Water the flowers. Just … more
Veteran Vittles – Fire up the oven and prepare to cook a Christmas feast second to none if you are one of the needy families who were assisted by the Middletown’s veterans and the local Elks Post. Workers gathered early Saturday, December 18 at … more
MAHS grad becomes university president A 1985 graduate of Middletown Area High School will be inaugurated as the fifth president of Philadelphia Biblical University on Feb. 7. Todd Williams … 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
Charles Wilson, Highspire; lost life in cave-in at worksite Charles Wilson, 50 Grant St., Highspire, was killed Tuesday night when he was buried beneath tons of mud and rock in a sewer ditch, … more
23 YEARS AGO - Field Hockey All Stars – The Lady Raiders field hockey team, completed a great season, as fans will attest. The Mid-Penn field hockey league felt the same way as Middletown was well represented in the All-Star league lineup. … more
Probe of police department will not be a ‘witch hunt’ Borough officials declared last week that the probe of the Middletown Police Department recently authorized by borough council will be a … more
Police Taser balloon vendor Middletown police used a Taser to arrest a balloon and toy vendor they said was partially blocking an intersection at the borough’s Halloween parade Oct. 22. … more
Hemmed in: Bridge work trims traffic to tailor shop Paul Kello has sewn hems on a sturdy old Singer in the back of his tailor shop on South Union Street for 25 years. Beneath a wall filled … more
« Prev | 1 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 Next »