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Sunday will mark the 48th anniversary Earth Day, and while knowledge and concerns about the environment have never been at a higher level, we are concerned about where we are headed. According to … more
Activities in our area don’t come to an end when school starts back up. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year in this area to get out in the community and take advantage of the … more
We are seeking a member of the public to serve on our Editorial Board, to help us shape the opinions we express in editorials. You must be a regular reader of the Press And Journal. You must be … more
We have written several editorials since Exelon announced in May 2017 that it planned to prematurely close its nuclear power plant on Three Mile Island. If you have read all of them, you know we … more
The “raised house” at the corner of Adelia and Maple streets in Middletown is back in construction mode. We are not surprised. The reasons the borough issued a stop-work order for a … more
Well, we didn’t see that coming. Fager-Finkenbinder Funeral Home’s plans to build a crematory on its property at 208 N. Union St. have been scrapped, despite several years of attempts … 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
Why do some communities have more pride than others? Is it a sense of history? Is it the attitudes of the people who live there? The businesses that have roots? The sports teams? The schools? The … more
We continue to be impressed with the development of the Middletown Police Department. It starts at the top. We were supportive of the permanent hiring of George Mouchette as police chief earlier … more
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