Man charged with aggravated murder in 2012 slaying of Barbara Howe
Barbara Howe, 86, was found dead in the trunk of her car parked at the Woodridge Park East Apartments in Middletown in October 2012.
Middletown Students Participate In National Computer Programming Effort
MIDDLETOWN ? Students at Macdonough Elementary School on Tuesday participated in the national "Hour of Code" program that aims to introduce computer science to young students, women and minorities.
Middletown church hosting mini golf
The Rev. Glenn LaRue hopes what worked at a church in Huntington, W.Va. works in Middletown. Last year, LaRue, then pastor of a church near Marshall University, organized a Christmas mini golf event that attracted hundreds of people and introduced them to Christ. He hopes golf and God are equally effective here. University Baptist Church, where LaRue, 37, has served for three months, is hosting ...
Cincinnati State Middletown offers grants to start new career
First-time students who enroll at Cincinnati State Middletown for spring semester next year will be automatically eligible for up to $500 in grants, according to the college. Cincinnati State Technical and Community College is offering the new grant program to entice students to sign up for classes at its Middletown branch campus, which opened in 2012 at 1 N. Main St. The Middletown New Career ...
Frat sees sanctions on two college campuses
A week after Wesleyan University in Middletown announced sanctions against Psi Upsilon, the same fraternity is in some hot water at Trinity College in Hartford.
CityPlace II Lands Stadium Developer As Tenant
Middletown, Connecticut-based Centerplan Development Co., a key partner in a $350 million Downtown North that includes a minor league baseball stadium, has opened a satellite office in CityPlace II, a Hartford office tower.
Borough nixes snow plowing pact with state
In past winters, the state paid Middletown Borough at least $7,300 a year to plow snow from Route 441, Route 230 and Vine Street under an agreement between the borough and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
McCaffrey?s Food Markets to open new Doylestown store in 2015
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP A new McCaffrey?s Food Market will open in Doylestown in late spring of 2015, according to Jim McCaffrey, President of McCaffrey?s Food Markets.
Jean W. Herneisey Greenawalt, 80, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Thursday, December 4, at Mount Joy Hospice Center, Mount Joy. She was born on October 24, 1934 in Middletown to the late Leroy Sr. and Bertha Fallinger Herneisey.
Rosa C. Lutter Amspacher, 92, of Middletown, loving and devoted housewife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, entered into eternal life on Saturday, December 6, at the Jewish Home in Linglestown.