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Council reinstates suspended policeman Borough council has countermanded Mayor George Mansberger’s suspension of a police patrolman who refused to drop charges against a man he arrested for … more
‘Subsidized housing prospect concerns Georgetown residents Georgetown residents worried about the possibility of low- to moderate-income housing coming to their neighborhood should speak to the … 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
Raising Kane – It was time to raise a little “Kane” last week as schools were closed and the snowfall made a winter wonderland for hundreds of local kids. Andrea Kane is pictured having more fun than she probably would have had on a school … more
Alwines tell of day spent in Honolulu Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Alwine tell of their experiences of one day in Honolulu, prior to sailing for Japan. The letter is as follows: I doubt if in our whole … more
Four cottages leveled by fire at Stovedale; families routed by oil stove explosion Ten persons, including five children, were made homeless by the spectacular blaze which threatened the entire … more
Plans for Jednota development told; 63-year-old printery to be razed Officials of the First Catholic Slovak Union have endorsed a comprehensive plan for development of property located within the … more
South Union extension planned Although there are no funds budgeted for its construction in 1969, preliminary planning is continuing on the construction of a new South Union Street to link Keystone … more
Charles Waple, borough fireman, killed in crash of firetruck Charles “Pete” Waple, 25, well-known borough volunteer fireman, was killed last Thursday afternoon when the Union Hose Company … more
Hoffer Park’s rebuilding OK’d; borough gets $238,000 from Pennsylvania, U.S. Middletown’s project to rehabilitate flood-damaged Hoffer Park has been given the green light — financially. … more
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