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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
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
If you were alive and living in the Middletown area 47 years ago this week, you were dealing with one of the worst floods in the area’s history. The rains started June 22, 1972. According to … more
Blighted properties — eyesores if you want to be blunt — are not good for the communities that surround them. Fortunately, several prominent ones in our communities are being … more
“It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried.” — Winston Churchill, Nov. 11, 1947 Democracy can be … more
We mark the athletic prowess of Middletown Area High School athletes on a regular basis. The Blue Raiders have excelled in multiple sports in recent years, especially in football, with three … more
Your vote counts. It really does. This simple statement especially applies in local elections, when the vote totals are much lower than the millions cast in a presidential or gubernatorial race, … more
We are headed, finally, toward summer. Temperatures are becoming more seasonal, proms are wrapping up and graduation is around the corner. And Monday is Memorial Day. Don’t forget to honor … 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
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