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Free speech has limits, and it’s no license for violent actions: Editorial

“For a while people were worried about the ‘knock-out game’ when that was going around a couple of years ago,” attorney Matt Menges said at a recent concealed-carry firearms training event, … more

Turnover is norm for borough, and it’s a challenge: Editorial

There is something to be said for turnover in any endeavor. From time to time, new viewpoints can help refocus a business or organization. Some elected bodies have term limits to help speed that … more

Will possible changes to electric rates, providers hit your wallet?: Editorial

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

Math doesn't add up for TMI to stay open: Editorial

Exelon Corp. wants “needed policy reforms” to the state’s energy plan or the Three Mile Island Generating Station will close in the fall of 2019. But here’s a fact: Policy reforms won’t … more

Raider Pride keeps rolling from season to season: Editorial

Winning can be contagious. After a highly successful Middletown Blue Raiders football season in which they reached the state championship game for the first time, the momentum rolled on for the … more

Staying positive despite financial hit the McNair House property sale cost the borough: Editorial

The math on the recent McNair House property sale is not good. It’s not good at all. As we reported last week, the Middletown Industrial and Commercial Development Authority approved sale of … more

Time Out

A big splash in The Big Easy In mid-May we took a family vacation to New Orleans. For my wife Maxine and I this was our second visit to the historic Louisiana city. We were there in March of 2006, just months after Hurricane Katrina wreaked … more

Welcome to the new Press & Journal

I've penned a lot of thank-yous in my career. This one may be my most important.  The Press & Journal has just finished one of the most comprehensive transformations in our 163-year history: the … more

Future of police: Now all we need are the details: Editorial

So now we have a time frame for police talks undertaken by Middletown borough. Now we just need the details. more

Don’t make a deadly mistake in a work zone on our highways: Editorial

Lou Carotenuto is the foreman for a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation paving crew in Lancaster County. Last year, according to the PennDOT website, he and his crew were finishing a … more
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