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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
I find it interesting that an article about Three Mile Island, 38 years later, was on the front page of the March 5 Sunday Patriot-News. Then on the front page of the Opinion section of the … more
Why does Middletown borough refuse to give parking permits to the residents of Middletown Interfaith Apartments at 107 Mill St.? Yes, the apartments do have parking spaces. Unfortunately, we only … more
  Editor,   Middletown Borough Council member Anne Einhorn’s column in the April 30 edition (“Vitriol runs rampant in Middletown,’’ Viewpoints) was outstanding.   Her message regarding the current state of … more
Is the plumbing working right related to the pipes of Pennsylvania democracy? It took awhile (three election cycles, 2012, 2014 and 2016) to show the evidence of a legal term called … more
Editor,Recently, I attended a Middletown Borough Council meeting where council had David Unkovic speak on a financial report prepared by the borough’s financial consultant, Mark Morgan. During this presentation, Unkovic stated the borough has $8.9 … more
Editor:If I read Mayor Robert Reid’s comments correctly in the Press And Journal (“Middletown water system to be sold?’’ Aug. 8), other communities “to a person’’ wish their community had a borough-owned electric system. I wonder “to … more
  As a parent of Middletown Area School District students, I received the March 7 National School Walkout letter from the superintendent, Dr. Lori Suski. While I appreciate the … more
Editor, If you walked around Middletown and asked residents what they thought about the police force, it is likely that a good number of them would relay an anecdote about how they, or somebody they know, was harassed by an officer while walking … more
The fair is coming to town  more
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