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  Editor, It is soon time the citizens of Middletown will be asked to make a very important decision. That is, whether to keep the incumbents of Borough Council seeking reelection or to replace them with the people running against … more
James Miller did it again with his article “Trump better learn from Obamacare replacement" in the April 5 issue. I read many newspapers, including the Harrisburg paper, Lancaster paper, USA … more
To the trustees of the Middletown Historical Society regarding their Nov. 2 letter to the editor: Regarding your new treated lumber steps — if you like them, I’m happy for you. They go well with your plastic mini-blinds. To anyone else … more
For more than a year now, I have regularly attended the Lower Swatara Township Board of Commissioners’ workshop and legislative meetings. It is one of the ways that I connect with my community since I have retired. It may sound corny to some but I … more
Reading an article in the Press And Journal recently about the Elks Theatre, I was compelled to share some thoughts on the matter. After a recent visit to Alexandria, Virginia, and touring the Torpedo Factory and Art Center, it seemed an obvious … 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
Editor, I am president of the Highspire Boating Association. The reason for this letter is the ongoing crises of our beloved Susquehanna River and its tributaries – its obvious decline as a bass fishery, and in river level fluctuations, … more
  Middletown Borough Council appointed Mike Bowman to a First Ward vacancy on council on Tuesday, Jan. 20 – and some councilors cited a letter of support penned by state Rep. John D. Payne and sent to council as a factor in their … more
Editor:   Simply unbelievable!  Kuppy’s Cruise-in this year was the biggest in car numbers and, more importantly, in total amount of money ever raised to date for the Four Diamonds Fund. 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
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