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Police & Fire
The police have received a $4,000 grant to pay for saturation patrols between May 20-June 4.
The cell tower is located next to the township fire academy.
Through June 7, the community tries to impress on kids approaching the prom season the perils of unsafe driving.
The "swim park" re-opened on a recent hot day at 'Dogs on the Farm and Cats Too.' The dog days of summer can't be far away.
A look at job opportunities in the Middletown area.
The Neighborhood Files
Logan Construction tells us about the details of the house they discovered during the renovation.
Middletown HS South's Kelsey Garrett's work was chosen by a panel for NJ Young Playwrights Contest.
In its first Varsity season, CBA defeated St. Peter's Prep at Rutgers on Friday.
Operating a motor vehicle during a period of license suspension is a fourth degree crime.
Decision 'shocks' PTO Board, which is holding an emergency meeting Wednesday to see what can be done to reverse last night's decision.
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