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During the latter part of the debate on medical cannabis, Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman took charge, saying: “This issue is too big, it’s too important, and too many people are … more
Winter break comes with mixed emotions for many college students. After months of late nights with dorm mates, countless hours learning new things in the classroom, getting involved with various activities, and finding a new group of friends, the … more
In the past week, we were called to task by two of Middletown’s most prominent elected leaders for our Jan. 25 story about police regionalization. Telephone calls, texts and a letter touched on … more
My son points the stick like he’s just back from the shooting range. “Pow,” he says, a mischievous glint in his eye. He already knows the family policy his older brother rattles … more
We’re proud to provide a Voters’ Guide in this week’s paper. This Voters’ Guide lists candidates in the six contested local races in the May 21 primary election – for Middletown Borough Council, Middletown mayor, Londonderry Twp. … more
I might have mentioned previously that I come from a mixed family religious tradition. My father was Jewish and my mother Christian. My parents met when they were at the University of Texas at … more
I would like to take this opportunity to extend my thanks for your encouragement and support during my 14 years in office. I truly appreciate the great opportunity I have had serving the people of the 106th Legislative District. It has been an … more
Roald Dahl, the celebrated author, wrote a delightfully disgusting story for children about a wretched, extra-specially horrible couple named Mr. and Mrs. Twit. Not only are they dirty, ugly and … more
When a man is wrong, he admits it. Anything less is cowardly. That said, I admit I called the presidential election wrong. Here in the pages of the Press And Journal, I predicted Hillary Clinton would emerge victorious. I did multiple times, in … more
I’ll bet you are SO happy to finally see weather that is fit for human habitation. I followed the horrific winter of ice, snow, storm after storm, and temperatures that plunged more than Amy Adams’ neckline on the central Pennsylvania television … more
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