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11 teachers furloughed by MASD Nicole Kelley’s eyes filled with tears as she read a statement to Middletown Area School Board members and a crowd of nearly 200 students, teachers, and community … 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
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
After 52 years, box of treasures from caverns still a mystery A box of “treasures” taken from Indian Echo Caverns re-mains as much a mystery today as it was when found 52 years ago. The … more
Woman takes hubby’s part after a fight A lawsuit, made up from peculiar circumstances, was heard in the office of Squire J. K. Henry, in Lower Royalton, the other evening, when Stephen … more
Unions go to bat to close Three Mile Island On Monday morning in Harrisburg, leaders representing eight international unions formally announced their support in what has been predicted to be a … more
Test pilot and mechanic escape injury in plane crash A veteran test pilot at Olmsted Air Force Base and a civilian mechanic from town escaped injury early Wednesday afternoon when a twin-engined … more
President Ford cites bicen program here President Gerald R. Ford has forwarded a Bicentennial Message which commends the borough of Middletown for its part in providing bicentennial programs and … more
Auto crashes into Pineford Acres home Staff Sgt. Eddie Shields, 32, of 10 Valley Lane was injured when his car crashed into a Pineford Acres home and broke into flames Tuesday night, shortly after … more
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