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While many people now read e-books, Tawn O'Connor is busy preserving old cloth-bound and leather-bound books.
Middletown has gone from being a farm-based town to one that is largely a white-collar bedroom community.
The Valley Grill Sports Bar is on track to offer easy-listening live music on its patio from late spring through early fall.
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Middletown is deciding whether to grant the Hollow Creek Country Club a permit so it can have outdoor music on a regular basis.
Middletown commissioners have approved a resolution that would attempt to reinstate highway user fees, which have been drastically cut by the state in recent years.
The band can play on at Hollow Creek Golf Club's Valley Grill Sports Bar, as long as the volume is turned down.
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A 15-year-old boy was charged as a juvenile with setting a fire that heavily damaged his family's home in the 8600 block of Wiles Court on Thursday afternoon, according to a news release from the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office.
Middletown students learned how what they do in Frederick County affects life 250 miles away.
Smart growth, which the county commissioners favor, calls for housing units to be clustered. And that conflicts with state regulations that guide Middletown's water use.