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   Elias “Eli” W. Zerbe, 81, of Middletown, died Friday, October 24.  He was born in Pine Grove and was the son of the late Wilmer W. and Alma Kemmerling Zerbe.   He proudly served in the United States Army … more
Patricia Ann Still Childers, “Nan”, 81, passed away on Wednesday, October 22, at Community General Osteopathic Hospital. She was the wife of the late Frankie J. Childers, who died in January 1979.  Born on February 25, 1933 in … more
He was a board member at the local American Red Cross, a charter member of the local historical society, a trustee for the local cemetery association, a man who was involved in many worthy causes and service organizations in Middletown. Leon … more
  The bonds of Middletown Area High School brought students and alumni, parents and teachers, young and old together to rejoice on a splendid fall day on Saturday, Oct. 25.   With floats, music and football, Blue Raiders past … more
  Submitted Photo - This Cadillac SUV was damaged after it collided with a school bus in Middletown, police say.  No one was injured when a school bus and an SUV collided at at West Main and Wood streets at 4:17 p.m. on Friday, … more
  Teens charged in bicycle thefts Two Middletown teenagers, ages 14 and 16, were charged in the theft of bicycles from a shed at a residence in the 100 block of Richardson Road on Oct. 18, police report. The two bicycles, a Raleigh … more
Press And Journal Photo by Dan Miller - Elizabethtown artist Ann Lukesh, left, and Pastor Pete Logan, her clergyman and leader of Fountain of Life Church, stand next to one of Lukesh’s 22 acrylic paintings on the life of Jesus Christ. The … more
Visits by alumni, class reunions, a parade, other gatherings and great weather made for a near-perfect weekend for Middletown’s annual Homecoming festivities. The only thing that kept it from perfection was a disappointing loss by the football … more
Looking back on the summer months, one outdoor excursion stood out from many others. It didn’t involve me. No trophy fish hooked or landed. Quite the contrary. In fact, it was as simple as it could get. It brought back memories of my … more
It's good to have goals. It's even better to exceed them. When Larry Kapenstein took over as coach of the Middletown boys' soccer team last August, he hoped his squad would at least win as many games as it lost. Under former coach Sergei Koreba, … more
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