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Schools approve record budget, set minimum salary at $4,200 for teachers A record budget for the school year of 1963-64 was approved by the Middletown Area School System at its monthly meeting … 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
Edward Laverty dies in hospital from injuries, rendered unconscious when struck by tree limb Edward Laverty, aged 35 years, a resident of Water and Nissley streets, died at 1:46 o’clock, … more
Edward Laverty dies in hospital from injuries, rendered unconscious when struck by tree limb Edward Laverty, aged 35 years, a resident of Water and Nissley streets, died at 1:46 o’clock, … 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
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
Officials: Arsenic in soil not a threat Elevated levels of arsenic have been found in soil at the Highspire Waste Water Treatment Plant, slowing the pace of upgrading the plant to meet tougher … 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
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
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
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