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DuMars Retires

DuMars Retires

By Gabby Pieklo, RT social media editor

January 27, 2020

Virginia DuMars retires from coaching Middletown Varsity field hockey for 16 years.

Middletown holds their annual Color Me Autumn festival

Middletown holds their annual Color Me Autumn festival

By Gabby Pieklo, RT social media editor

November 19, 2019

Middletown Park holds their annual Color Me Autumn festival on Oct. 19.

Got milk? Local goat farm does

Got milk? Local goat farm does

May 7, 2019

Georges Mill Farm, a small, local, family run business in Lovettsville, VA raises their own goats and make their own products, while sharing the fun with others.

White House in spring is a site to behold

White House in spring is a site to behold

By Lauren Leatherman, RT Reporter

April 24, 2019

Today’s White House Grounds are a site to behold. What started as 85 acres of land chosen by this country's first president, George Washington, was first refined and cultivated by its garden-loving president, Thomas Jefferson. The grounds are the oldest continually maintained landscape in the United ...

Empty Bowls fundraiser is being held at Middletown High School

By Jayden Bidle, Reaction editor

April 8, 2019

Every year at Middletown High school art students and teachers hold an empty bowls fundraiser on Thursday, April 11th at 6 o’clock in the afternoon. This year will be the 27th year holding the fundraiser consisting of delicious food, entertainment, the arts, and helping the community. The Empty Bo...

Middletown celebrates FFA week

Middletown celebrates FFA week

By Audrey Fisher, sports managing editor

February 23, 2018

Across the United States, all Future Farmers of America members come together on the week of former president George Washington’s birthday to promote and teach communities locally and nationally about agriculture. During national FFA week Middletown High School holds numerous events to involve the ...

A new library to be built in Myersville

A new library to be built in Myersville

By Harley Halsey, Round Table reporter

June 7, 2017

Myersville occupants have been eminently recommending a library for decades, and it’s said to be executed by 2019. Mayor Wayne Creadick has been pushing for the library ever since he was elected in 2001 but there were insufficient funds at the time. After 16 years the Capital Improvements Program...

Seniors return to Middletown High for graduation practice

Seniors return to Middletown High for graduation practice

By Caroline Schaeffer, Round Table reporter

May 25, 2017

Middletown High School graduating students of 2017 have begun attending graduation practices. On Thursday, May 25, Friday, May 26, and Tuesday, May 30, seniors gather to rehearse their graduation which will be held on May 31. The latter two practices require seniors to be in costume with their robes,...

Miss America serves in Frederick

Miss America serves in Frederick

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table website editor-in-chief

April 28, 2017

Every year, there is a day of service across the country called “Miss America Serves Day.” This day is filled with service in all 50 states, doing whatever needs to be done to make the community a better place. Miss America Serves 2017 was held on Saturday, April 8, and every titleholder in th...

Main Street in Middletown is getting a new look

Main Street in Middletown is getting a new look

By Caylin Clingan, Round Table reporter

April 7, 2017

Main Street in Middletown is currently under reconstruction for the first time since the 1890’s due to the State Highway Administration's (SHA) “Streetscape” program which will provide Middletown with updated sidewalks, storm drains, and road surface. The town will also be replacing a 100-year-old...

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