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Penn State purchase of Nittany Village for $21.9M may have tax implications; 1 trustee against move

By Dan Miller danmiller@pressandjournal.com and Laura Hayes laurahayes@pressandjournal.com Penn State University is buying the 267-bed Nittany Village student housing complex at 451 W. … more

Veterans surprised with banners at Kuppy's Diner Cruise-in; ‘I’m speechless,’ says Air Force’s Turpin

  Kuppy’s Diner has two new Middletown Hometown Heroes banners on its roof. Kuppy’s co-owner Carol Kupp and Middletown Mayor James H. Curry III presented the banners to Daryl … more

Hearing date set in case of ex-Police Chief Mouchette

Oct. 9 is the new date for a preliminary hearing in the case of George Mouchette, the suspended Middletown police chief who on Aug. 21 was charged with aggravated indecent assault without … more

Register now for 65th annual Kiwanis Halloween Parade

Online registration to be part of Middletown’s 65th annual Halloween Parade on Oct. 15 is now available by going to www.kiwanisclubofmiddletown.com. Request forms and information to … more

Get trained so you can save a life, too: Editorial

We have heroes around us every day. Many of them wear uniforms, be it military, law enforcement or medical personnel. They are trained to help others. But sometimes it takes more than those who … more

Pa. Lottery is breaking the law with Internet games: David La Torre

Right now, if you go to pailottery.com you can sign up to “demo” the lottery’s new online casino-like games. That includes your children. Not only is the Pennsylvania Lottery … more

Hurricane Trump, Season 2, will have same result: Wim Laven

A year ago, I wrote about the problems in Houston. I wrote with great frustration about political expedience, poor planning and supreme errors in judgment coupled with selfishness, but things have … more

Animal lovers should love animal testing: It helps saves lives of pets: Matthew Bailey

A team of researchers is testing a groundbreaking vaccine that could prevent cancer in dogs. About 800 dog owners have volunteered their healthy canine companions for a clinical trial. The pets … more

From the Vault: News from the Saturday, Sept. 20, 1902, edition of the Press & Journal

Horrible accident as little girl terribly mangled by gunshot A very distressing accident happened Sunday afternoon at the Swartz farm, near Middletown, tenanted by Mr. Diemler, and in consequence … more

Who was your favorite teacher?: LaVonne Ackerman

Greetings! In about three days, we say goodbye to summer (quite a wet one) and hello to autumn. Feel free to drop by City Island on Saturday to engage in some family friendly activities at the … more
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