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I read the column “A way to fight drugs — make it less profitable to traffic opioids” by John Cassara and Nathan Proctor that was published Nov. 15. In my opinion I strongly … more
I’d like to offer a few thoughts after reading David Williams’ column of Nov. 7 (“States shouldn’t bail out nuclear power plants”). If Three Mile Island or one of … more
Your “personal and dependent exemptions” are being eliminated under President Donald Trump’s tax plan.  Last year, you got $4,050 for each person in your household including … more
Congratulations to the Middletown Area High School boy’s soccer team, coach Brian Keyser and his staff for a winning season. It was great to pick up the Middletown Press & Journal and … more
Dear Sen. Pat Toomey: How are you going to pay for the tax cuts? Please do not raise taxes on the middle class. Many of us in the middle class make heavy use of the deduction for state and … more
I write in support of our military, the men and women who have bravely fought and continue to fight for our country’s freedom. I usually do not get involved with politics because I do not have … more
Middletown has experienced gerrymandering, and this is not a Democrat or Republican issue. It is a citizen issue, regarding the manner in which Pennsylvania political boundaries are … more
I am writing in response to the Press & Journal editorial “UPS hub solid addition for township” dated Sept. 6. The editorial cites plans of UPS planning to construct a near 1 … more
I read where money is being raised to maintain and refurbish the Kids Kastle.  I was recently in Hershey near the swimming pool and library where their wooden structures have been completely … more
The news cycle spins so fast that it’s difficult to contemplate one event before the next one crowds out the latter from our minds.  James Miller’s piece in last week’s … more
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