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In recent months, I have not been very active on social media, but I feel that I must address an issue that has greatly upset me in the last few days. First, I will give some background information about the topic at hand. As many in the borough … more
I was pleased to read the positive picture Susannah Gal portrayed of Middletown’s metamorphosis into a college town in her column on the Viewpoints page Jan. 11. Though one Sound Off comment chooses to highlight an egregious crime by two … 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
I want to take this time and thank the Middletown football team on a great season. What you have accomplished will never be forgotten in our community ... what you showed on the field every Friday night and Saturdays. You showed the hard … more
Whatever it takes. This statement became the overall slogan for the 2016 Blue Raiders Football Team: “Whatever it takes!”  Thirty-five years ago, I remember running down the alley behind the visitors’ side of the stadium to get … more
For those of us who knew David “Huffy” Hoffman, thank you for the story you printed about him. We all have memories and stories from way back about Huffy, but the stories by Joe Dailey, who literally took him into his home, off the streets, … more
You can help the president–elect improve the life of middle- and low-income Americans of all ages, in my opinion, by contacting U.S. Reps. Lou Barletta and Charlie Dent and U.S. Sens. Pat Toomey and Bob Casey (email/addresses conveniently located … more
I read the David “Huff” Hoffman article in last week’s Press And Journal and it has weighed heavily on my mind ever since — so many questions.  While the article began well, it fell short at the “Dailey Living” juncture. … 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
I am thankful the Press And Journal gave space in the run up to the election for viewpoints in favor of each of the two principal candidates. This is especially important since two elected officials in the town vociferously came out for Donald … more
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