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You can’t prevent flooding. But you can take steps to stay safe. And it’s important to do so. Don’t ignore the warnings when they come. If you live in an area prone to … 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
The residents and businesses of Middletown should be outraged at the apparent loss of $1.1 million from the borough’s coffers in 2015. They should be deeply concerned about reports of … more
When you are a municipality with a multi-million-dollar budget such as the borough of Middletown, you have a lot of spending decisions to make. They aren’t always easy decisions, … more
It was nearly a week ago that a gunman who authorities say had a longstanding feud with the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, opened fire at the newspaper office, killing five … more
Why is the borough of Middletown spending what is potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees over its 50-year water and sewer lease with Suez? What end benefit is there to the … more
We are blessed with many great community events in our area. One of them just took place: the annual Arts & Crafts Fair held June 9 at Hoffer Park. Its roots stretch back to the … more
We’ve talked many times in editorials about the impact that commercial growth likely will have on the area. We’ve discussed the new hotels going up near the airport, the potential for … more
Phoenix Contact, and the president of its U.S. operations, Jack Nehlig, deserve a great deal of credit for their support of safety efforts for the Middletown Area School District. Nehlig decided … more
It’s been more than three years since the Elks Theatre closed. Now, it’s up for sale. Who has the vision to see it through the next 100 years, in what likely will be a new … more
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