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  • All of the rumors surrounding the exciting new shopping center being put in across Glenbrook can come to a screeching halt; after speaking with Hogan Companies, the company responsible for construction of the Cross Stone Commons shopping center, it is confirmed that a Baskin Robins and a Dunkin Donuts is being put in along with the new CVS pharmacy. The layout for the center can be looked at more closely at .

Knights character paves path to states

February 18, 2011
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By Julia Karcewski Round Table editor   For the rest of his life, Middletown High School quarterback Michael Pritts is going to believe that Knights wide receiver Ben Lewis did in fact catch his 51-yard pass with 43 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the 2A State Championship game. Pritts knows... Read more »

Concussion awareness increases at MHS

November 27, 2010
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By Julia Karcewski Round Table editor It’s a Tuesday night under the lights at Middletown High School’s stadium, and the girls varsity soccer team is in a match-up against Walkersville.  It’s a scrimmage before the real season starts, but because it’s Walkersville, the Knights biggest ... Read more »

Team unity brings success to MHS football

October 4, 2010
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By Julia Karcewski Round Table reporter As the weather cools, and the leaves begin to change, it is only typical that the halls of Middletown High School are filled with chatter about the big game this week- football game that is. Although Knights football has been successful in the past, thi... Read more »

Local family visits White House numerous times

By Sarah Biggs
January 30, 2009
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Over the past few years, security has increased immensely in and around Washington, D.C. Due to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, citizens no longer have as much access to their nation’s capital as they once did; this is especially true with the White House. Prior to 2001, visiting the White House w... Read more »

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