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A water main project on West Main Street in Middletown may cause traffic delays – and some water customers in the Eagle Heights area may lose service, the borough has announced.Crews will move the water main in the area of the student housing … more
A great tradition at Kuppy’s Cruise-in, the car and motorcycle show held on Middletown’s streets every year to raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund, is that the crowd gets to meet the show’s honoree – the child battling cancer, if he or … more
It's time to meet your future employer! Representatives from public accounting, government, and industry firms will be participating in a panel type Q&A session followed by career fair style networking event for current accounting students and … more
{jcomments off}Click here to submit a Sound OFF.   Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.   “Bring Sweitzer back.”   “The common … more
By Dave Hickernell It is now widely known that the original cost of $940 billion for the first 10 years for the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as ObamaCare, was grossly inaccurate. more
By Greg Pickel Press And Journal Staff With girls’ soccer moving to the fall across the Mid-Penn Conference, there was no telling how many players field hockey and other fall programs would lose. Fortunately for Middletown, counting their losses … more
The Middletown girls basketball season — and the career of Bianca Jasper, one of only seven players to score 1,000 points in Blue Raider girls history — is over. more
When Kenneth Fidler was born in 1925, sonar technology was still in its infancy. By the time Fidler was drafted in March 1943, it had become an indispensable tool for the U.S. Navy. Fidler, a … more
A Middletown man who was charged with keeping borough police at bay for several hours during an armed standoff on Oct. 1, 2016 has been accepted into a special court for veterans in Dauphin … more
An agreement allowing site work for the first phase of the proposed Woodland Hills development to proceed was approved 5-0 on July 5 by Middletown Borough Council. The agreement is with H-T … more
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