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There is more to life than winning. That statement is not just a platitude that you share after your team loses the big game. It’s absolutely true. The Middletown Area High School … more
“He’s had a ton of chances and many years to do that repair. At what point are we taking the building? I don’t know how many chances you give.” We agree for the most part … more
We have people going hungry in Middletown. Many of them are students. Look at three recent stories in the Press & Journal, about the RaiderPacks program, the Charlotte Chubb Memorial Fund and … more
We don’t know for sure what kind of chancellor John Mason will be when he takes over at Penn State Harrisburg in August. But we are excited by what he brings to the table, on many … more
About a year ago, the streetscape project was still underway and Tattered Flag Brewery & Still Works was just getting ready to open. Now, look how much better the stretch of South Union Street … more
We can’t wait to see what happens with a proposal to make Middletown a “bicycle-friendly community.” Because we think it’s a great idea. The borough and its residents … more
“And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave.” — Joseph Rodman Drake, in his poem “To the Defenders of … 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
Should we be concerned about the mini-crime spree of Dec. 17-18 in the heart of the borough? Of course. But that doesn’t mean we should panic. Police are still seeking three suspects in two … more
Twenty-six years ago today, on May 1, 1993, hundreds of volunteers were in the middle of a five-day effort to build Kids Kastle. The play area at Hoffer Park was the brainchild of three Middletown … more
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