When one thinks of the islands, you think of warmth and sun. That wasn’t the case for Londonderry Twp.’s Boy Scout Troop 97 on a recent visit to Hill lsland in the Susquehanna River.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:42
From The Wednesday, January 29, 1992 Edition of The Press And Journal
Middletown Man Toys With Success With Unique Idea
The formula for the “American Dream” has always been equal parts of ingenuity and determination, mixed with a little luck.
Ask anyone in the toy industry about that last ingredient and they’ll tell you it takes a lot of good fortune to make it big these days, not only because of a stumbling world economy, but also because the business of having fun has become rather “cut-throat.”
Really? The toy industry?
Look at the shelves in toy departments across America and you’ll find thousands of brands of games and playthings, most of them electronic, and all of them competing for your attention with bells and buzzers and gaudy cardboard boxes.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:23
Two beautiful birds were spotted roosting in the Middletown area last week, captured on camera by local resident Pat Sherick.
A bald eagle was discovered on Monday, Jan. 19 in a tree along the Susquehanna River just south of Royalton near the boat launch.
Two days later, a pileated woodpecker was seen in a tree in Sherick’s back yard during a snowstorm.
It’s a treat to capture a glimpse of two such majestic creatures.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:29
Written by Dan Miller
The folks with Middletown Area Historical Society are just a bit excited. And they have good reason to be.
It’s official now: Middletown has its own museum and historical information center.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:07
The Internet is an amazing thing. You can use it for everything from chatting with friends to researching nuclear physics for that college term paper.
Middletown Mayor James H. Curry III used it to chase away the winter blues. He turned to Facebook to organize a community flag football game on a snowy field along West Main Street on Saturday, Jan. 24. The Snow Bowl would help deal with the doldrums that two separate snowstorms brought to town over the weekend.
About 70 people showed up – players and cheerleaders and spectators. Volunteers brought hot chocolate and treats.
Bring on the Super Bowl, but we doubt the game between New England and Seattle will entice as many laughs.
“Middletown came together, folks,’’ Curry wrote on Facebook afterward. “I had such a wonderful time.
“Now, excuse me, I must go ice my knee ...’’
Photos Courtesy Becky Jo Brown and Joe Sukle
(Credit for Brown's photos was mistakenly omitted. Our apologies.)
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 11:25