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I’m writing to thank you for publishing my little press release (and photo) about the ladies at The Essex House and their Halloween party.
11/27/12 01:57 PM
When I first took office on Middletown Borough Council I was quite impressed. Middletown was so well off financially that they allowed the Middletown Area School District to keep the entire 2 percent of the local earned income …
11/27/12 01:54 PM
The turkey and stuffing are long gone. Place settings and cookers are tucked away. Family and friends are back in their routine.
11/27/12 01:49 PM
First, a warning: This is an editorial about the cutting down of trees in the Middletown business district, and the subsequent protest by – and arrest of – our owner, Louise Sukle. We suspect we know what you’re thinking: Seen it. Watched it …
11/27/12 01:38 PM
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“ ‘If you let volunteers decorate for Christmas, you’re an atheist.’ That one takes the cake by the vocal minority.”
11/27/12 01:25 PM
The Economic Development Course in Pennsylvania is one of twenty-six accredited courses in the nation. The course is designed to meet the needs of full-time economic development practitioners, those involved in economic development in a secondary …
11/23/12 05:14 AM
Middletown Borough Council voted on Monday, Nov. 19 to advertise a $5.1 million general fund budget proposed by borough financial consultant Mark Morgan that contains both good news and bad news for Middletown residents.
11/21/12 02:35 PM
A group of people has gathered to make this holiday season merry and bright in Middletown – not little elves, but rather volunteers from the community and borough government who are planning this year’s holiday light display in Hoffer Park.
11/21/12 02:27 PM
Tyquan Walker ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns as Steelton-Highspire eliminated Millersburg, 21-0, in a PIAA District 3 Class A semifinal playoff game on Friday, Nov. 16 at Cottage Hill in Steelton.
11/21/12 02:14 PM
When crews arrived unexpectedly to cut down trees along South Union Street, Louise Sukle saw it as something more than a downtown renovation project she didn’t like.
11/21/12 01:59 PM