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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
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
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
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
23 YEARS AGO - Conoy Community Gathering – With children’s games, horseshoes, live music and enough BBQ chicken to feed Bosnia, the Conoy Township Heritage Day Community Gathering took place on Sunday, September 12. Pictured is Reverend Charles … more
23 YEARS AGO - Just In Time For Christmas – The newly constructed Ebenezer United Methodist Church has been topped with its new steeple. Last week parishioners Otis Parker, Clyde Rabuck, Bob Hamill, Cork Myers, Leon Irvin and Ol Condran put their … more
SWEPT AWAY: First an earthquake, then a hurricane, then, seemingly out of nowhere, a flood unseen since the days of Agnes, overtakes the region with devastating effect. Agnes has a brother. His … more
Gotta Keep A Sense Of Humor – It’s good to know that at least one snow remover from Middletown kept his or her sense of humor while moving the white stuff from one place to another. Or could this be a neighbor that tried to swipe a shoveled out … more
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