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Editor,   In G. Edward Carpenter’s response (“Dinosaurs are in the Bible,’’ March 6 Viewpoints) to my Readers’ Views letter on evolution (“Here’s another attempt to teach calculus to a cat,’’ Feb. 27 Viewpoints), he … more
Editor,   I have been trying to understand the ongoing saga in Middletown Borough, and I feel I must put in my 2 cents, for what it is worth. more
Solomon has left the building! In a triumph of marketing over common sense, clear rules, and sworn testimony, the residents of Spring, Union, Pine, Spruce and Emaus streets do not get the protection they deserve and have a right to expect. I do … more
Editor,   President Obama’s newly appointed Commission on Election Administration has begun holding public hearings around the country. The 10-member body is tasked with presenting recommendations to the president about how to … more
Global warming is a hot issue, to say the least. President Barack Obama said he will concentrate on global climate change in his second term.There always seems to be global warming to global climate change and back again. We had a major alarm back … more
  The following was submitted as a Letter to the Editor from David E. Grabuloff Jr. It is also the text of Grabuloff's remarks to Middletown Borough Council on Jan. 19. Following Grabuloff's letter is a response that was received from … more
Editor, The American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic wishes everyone a happy New Year. As we ring in 2013, many of us will make New Year’s resolutions to improve our health and well-being. People who resolve to quit smoking this New Year … more
What’s a great way to start my day? Taking my father, William Thompson, to breakfast at Kuppy’s and we turn the corner in Middletown and there is his Hometown Hero Banner front and center. … more
  Editor,   The Marcellus Shale revolution has brought new jobs, cheaper energy and cleaner power to our area, but hydraulic fracturing technology can take a heavy toll on local water supplies.   And it’s not … more
In an interview with abc27 on May 17, The Lower Dauphin School District director of community relations claimed, “You do the best with the resources you have before you go back to the taxpayers and … more
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