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This letter is in response to the Jan. 24 guest column in the Press & Journal titled “Closing Three Mile Island would hurt education, communities” by Steelton-Highspire School … more
Editor, Recently, as the director of development and public relations for Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania, I accompanied our executive director, Danette Blank, to the state Capitol to assist in a day of visits to our state … more
Editor’s note: The following originally was written as a presentation for Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s marijuana legalization “listening tour” in Mechanicsburg last week. … more
Editor, Wow. Reading some of the posts from people hiding behind Sound Off, spewing their hate against gay people and the black community ... Cowards. You do know that is what you are, correct? If I were God, I would gladly accept a gay … more
 Editor,I would like to thank all the citizens of Middletown for their support during the May primary election. I must say it was greatly appreciated.Now we have to get back to work. I would like to lay out my platform for our town so that the … more
Editor, The Lower Dauphin High School Four Diamonds Mini-THON Committee would like to extend sincere thanks to our school community for helping to make the seventh annual LDHS Mini-THON, held on March 22 and 23, such a great success.Over … more
Bob Topper’s tirade on evangelicals’ position on abortion on last week’s Viewpoints page (“Are evangelicals the American Taliban?”) calls for a response from one of … more
Howard Dong (right) presents his plan for an Asian restaurant in the Smuller House Bed & Breakfast to the audience attending a Dec. 21 meeting of the Middletown Historical Restoration Commission. At left is borough codes and zoning officer … more
Editor, At the Nov. 19 Middletown Borough Council meeting, Council President Christopher McNamara verbally attacked Daniel Walmer, a Press And Journal staff writer. The content of Mr. McNamara’s rant is unimportant. What is important is that … more
When I was Middletown Borough Council president from 2012 to 2016, there were times I strongly disagreed with the newspaper’s coverage of the borough. Those disagreements have been well … more
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