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Vitriol runs rampant in Middletown

  Anne EinhornNot long ago, it was suggested I write about what it has been like to be on Middletown Borough Council. Has it met my expectations? Has it been more difficult, or less difficult, than I anticipated? Interesting? … more

Eric Epstein: How things have changed

With the carnage of the election over, we can now focus on what’s really important. It’s that time of year when your favorite charity comes knocking on your door. more

Pa. death row like torture for inmates because of solitary confinement: Witold Walczak

Imagine an ordinary parking space. Now add walls and a ceiling made of thick concrete, closed off by a solid steel door. The lights are always on, so it’s never dark. You eat there, you sleep … more

Exploring our world is one of life’s pleasures: Susannah Gal

Have you ever been on a cruise? I had my first experience in February when my older daughter and I traveled on a large boat with about 1,300 others in the Caribbean. This was something we had … more

Publisher's Voice: A salute to Steel-High for including public in search

A salute to the Steelton-Highspire School Board for taking it to the people last week. more

Publisher's Voice: Faced with a perilous fire, they calmly went to work

Last Monday, more than 100 volunteer firefighters and emergency service people responded to a fire involving two homes in the 500 block of Spring St. As with every call to action, our communities’ volunteer firefighters were efficient, … more

Let’s play ‘Two Truths and a Lie: Harrisburg Edition’: Matthew Brouillette

Ice-breaker games can range from creative to downright painful. Perhaps one of the most popular — and enjoyable — is the classic “Two Truths and a Lie.” In it, … more

It doesn’t make sense that GOP is outpacing Democrats: Paul A. Heise

Over the past eight years, the Obama presidency, the Democratic Party has gone into a descendancy. In just eight years, the Democrats lost the House, the Senate, the presidency and now almost … more

Major research going on right here at PSU: Susannah Gal

When I was in school, I did a research paper on the wild mustang horses living on the Western plains of the United States. I found statistics on the numbers of horses and how that had changed over … more

Can we learn from other states on redistricting?: Mike Folmer

My “Promise to Pennsylvania” calls for strict adherence to Article III of the state Constitution on how legislation is passed. It’s why I’ve insisted as chairman of the Senate … more
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