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Forty years ago, the Highspire Historical Society purchased the Wilson House from the Dauphin County Redevelopment Authority. The members at that time thought it important to preserve this … more
This is to provide some background information for the public meeting Aug. 25, 2016, regarding the update to the Lower Swatara Township Comprehensive Plan of 2004.  We are owners of Bryncoed Farm on Fulling Mill Road, encompassing roughly … more
Editor, It is with great pleasure that I see Andy Burger is writing more anti-science drivel in the Journal (“Evolution is a fairy tale for adults,’’ Viewpoints, Feb. 13). I was afraid that when we spanked him the last time for that … more
Editor, As a high school student, I see the use of new technology growing in school every day. The goal at Middletown Area High School is to have every student be able to have their own laptop.   This year, the Middletown Area … more
Editor, The No Child Left Behind Act was passed by Congress in 2001 to allow students to achieve success academically despite whatever obstacle (economic, location, etc.) exists. While it may provide additional financial support or flexible … more
Editor,Today Reuters reported that GM (Government Motors) loses up to $49,000 per car on every Chevrolet Volt sold. The company disputes that figure saying that it is not that much per car. In an April 6, 2012  New York Times article they … 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
Editor,I am the pastor of Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church. I mention that to say that I am lately finding myself asking members to pray for Middletown and the Borough Council because Scripture tells us we should pray for our leaders. So we do. more
New Thing’s third anniversary is upon us, and we are so excited. Dec. 1 will be the anniversary of our hard launch. So much has happened. Some expected. Some we could have never imagined, but then, that is the very nature of the God we serve. … more
Editor,   Despite renewed special interest attacks at the Capitol in Harrisburg, the fight for eliminating the unfair school property tax begun by 79 grassroots taxpayer groups across the state is making some real progress.   … more
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