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We appreciate that Middletown Borough Council is reviewing its policies on how borough residents pay their electric bills. It is worthwhile to take a look from time to time, although there is a … more
We are in the middle of an epidemic. Cold, hard facts bear it out. Drug overdose deaths, with heroin leading the way, are killing at a higher rate than ever before. Coroner Graham S. Hetrick … more
Don’t ever forget how important history is to the borough of Middletown. It’s the oldest city in Dauphin County, founded in 1755 by George Fisher and named because it is halfway … more
Note from the Editorial Board: Because the following editorial is about news coverage decisions made by Press & Journal staff, public members Susannah Gal and Jay Howes did not give input in … more
For many people, there is something about consuming an adult beverage outdoors, on a pleasant summer evening, that makes it taste just a little bit better. We get that. But we want to pump the … more
We don’t want to imagine the horror that played out on Interstate 83 on Friday night. Three people are dead because of one man’s total disregard for others, if the charges against Jack … more
It’s been more than 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting, where two seniors murdered 12 students and one teacher in Colorado. It was a horrific day in U.S. history, on April … more
P&J asks: "In consideration of Middletown officials' assertions that the town is in dire financial straits and in light of several sweeping cuts undertaken in the borough, should Middletown's Borough councilors forgo their monthly stipend? … more
Central Pennsylvanians received an unfortunate look at where our fragile democracy stands July 30 in Hummelstown. The simple part of the story is that U.S. Rep. Scott Perry held a town hall event … more
Is the Middletown Area School District on the cusp of a complete overhaul of its schools? Think about what is being considered. Closing Kunkel and Fink elementary schools. Selling the school … more
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