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Editor,   A lot of my friends on Facebook have been talking about what they are most thankful for with the season of Thanksgiving upon us. more
Editor,   As Sonny and Cher sang, “The Beat Goes On,” and so goes the Middletown saga – or soap opera, depending on how one views it. more
Editor, Yesterday when I went to pay my pound of flesh for the most recent Middletown electric bill (which was $.172 per kilowatt-hour), I was amazed –  I had to play “Where’s Waldo” to find the office where I could make a payment. more
Editor,   Before I read the front page story about the movie “The Thing’’ (“ ‘The Thing' to scare up money for Elks,” Oct. 17) in the Press And Journal, I had already figured it had to be a story about … more
Editor,   Many voters on the campaign trail have complained about the partisan language that is floating through the media. I get their frustration. more
Editor: The week of Oct. 7-13 was National Fire Prevention Week. In the Lower Dauphin School District, this means that our local volunteer fire companies visited our elementary schools to help educate our youngsters about fire safety. more
Editor,   I have been trying to understand the ongoing saga in Middletown Borough, and I feel I must put in my 2 cents, for what it is worth. more
Editor,My name is Miss Kasey and I speak for the kids,I speak for the kids and the lives that they live. more
Editor,United we stand, divided we fall. I don’t really remember where this statement originated from but I do know it is still very valid.If we the residents of Middletown don’t soon put aside our personal interests and opinions and come … more
Editor,Imagine my surprise being told that the Planning Commission has been eliminated at the Sept 17 Borough Council meeting. You see, I serve on the Planning Commission, and I was never contacted by any borough official, nor did any member of … more
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