From The Wednesday,
May 12, 1993 Edition Of The Press And Journal
Wells Still Uncapped, For Now; Council Postpones Action
On Well Issue
Middletown Borough Council voted at its meeting last Monday to postpone a final decision on its earlier action that would have forced all property owners in the Borough to discontinue using water from their private wells after their homes are connected to the municipal water system.
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It’s all fun and games at the Middletown Area High School Mini-THON until they reveal the amount of money students raised for charity. Then it’s even better.
That’s because each year students have broken the school record for money raised during the annual fundraiser – a night of dancing, basketball, volleyball and other games in the school gym. This year was no different.
Students raised a school record $31,575.28 at this year’s Mini-THON on Friday, April 29, beating the old record by more than $10,000.
The Mini-THON raises money for the Four Diamonds Fund, a charity that helps the families of kids battling cancer at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.
For more photos of the Mini-THON by Don Graham, see our print edition or click here for our E-edition
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From The Wednesday, May 5, 1993 Edition Of
The Press And Journal
Looking Back At
M-town’s ‘Dream Team’
Horns blared long into the night from the cars of those who didn’t make the 200-mile trip to Pittsburgh.
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The Press And Journal donated $500 to the Middletown Area Historical Society, the culmination of the community newspaper's recent campaign in which $5 of every new and renewed subscription was given to the society. Publisher Joe Sukle, right, presented the donation to society trustees, from left, Robert Hauser, Gary Barkley, Earl Bright, Jenny Miller and Robin Pellegrini on the steps of the society's museum at 29 E. Main St.
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