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In this town, every drop counts Middletown water customers must reduce the amount of water they use, according to a water conservation resolution passed by Borough Council Monday night. 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
School construction in 1962 to highlight borough improvements The Press & Journal’s annual forecast of the year ahead portends major improvements in physical facilities of the Middletown Area … 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
Electric workload shortcircuits borough’s 1971 budget With only two months left in 1971, it appears the borough’s financial report will be written in red ink. The deficit — amounting to … more
$2,500 needed to finance project; date set Dec. 3 (Middletown balloon parade) Twenty-five persons, representing a cross-section of borough civic, fraternal, service and patriotic organizations, … 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
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
Adjustment board hearing set for zoning hassle; couple asked to delay suit until after appeal action Middletown’s Board of Adjustment will be the next focal point of decision in the borough’s … more
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