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We are perplexed at why students across the country would be met with disdain for taking part in last Wednesday’s national walkout to honor the 17 killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School … more
We appreciate the aims of the new Middletown Business Association, which had its first meeting recently with about 30 people in attendance at Alfred’s Victorian restaurant. There is no … more
Area residents who want to take advantage of community recreational programs will have a new acronym to remember — MARA. Barring an unforeseen rejection of the plan Tuesday night by the … more
In our edition from just more than one year ago, on Feb. 22, 2017, we profiled one of Middletown’s fine part-time police officers, Hyung Kim, after he saved a borough resident’s life … more
When police investigate crimes, they aren’t solved in tidy one-hour chunks as often seen on television. Police work can be tedious, drawn-out, labor intensive and boring. It involves … more
Americans have the right to access almost all the records maintained by our government. The governmental bodies that maintain those records have the responsibility to redact certain parts of those … more
We have discussed several times in editorials how important the presence of Penn State Harrisburg is to our community. It brings in thousands of people to the area who spend money here, who live … more
The more time that passes, the more we wonder about the future of the Elks Theatre. It’s coming up on three years since it closed, and there seems to be a lack of urgency about what should … more
We are not united as a country right now. That’s not a shock to anyone who spends any time on social media or watching cable news. But we also need some perspective. It’s … more
If you read the Jan. 3 edition of the Press & Journal, you likely saw a pair of stories by our Dan Miller involving a lawsuit over electricity providers and potential state regulations involving … more
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