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Middletown Area High School grad Miller takes York College job

Troy M. Miller, a 1989 Middletown Area High School graduate, has been named senior advancement officer, principal and planned gifts, at York College of Pennsylvania. Miller previously served as … more

U.S. Rep. Barletta visits Londonderry Township, Hummelstown to inspect last week's flood damage

U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Hazelton, toured Dauphin County on Wednesday to assess flood damage caused by last week’s storms.  Barletta was joined by Dauphin County officials, state … more

Hoffer Park, Middletown Community Pool and roads re-open reopen; no reports of damage from floods

As of Tuesday, there are no reports of damage having occurred in Middletown from last week’s flooding, borough emergency management coordinator Tom Foreman told the Press & … more

Taking safety steps key in floods: Editorial

You can’t prevent flooding. But you can take steps to stay safe. And it’s important to do so. Don’t ignore the warnings when they come. If you live in an area prone to … more

Taxpayers deserve explanations when government grows: Mike Folmer

I’ve searched both the U.S. and Pennsylvania constitutions and I can’t find it. Where is it written government must grow each and every year? Why isn’t government expected to live … more

Federal Reserve is ruling the swamp: Paul Heise

“At present, near-record high annual growth in the broadest U.S. money measure M3 is suggesting a significant inflation problem in the year ahead.” So proclaimed the oracles of the … more

New anti-fracking study combines old news and flawed science: Regina Thomson

Two environmentalist groups just released a scathing report which concluded that “fracking” — a technique for extracting oil and natural gas from underground shale rock formations … more

From the Vault: News from the Friday, Aug. 8, 1945, edition of the Press & Journal

Lt. Miles declared dead by War Department Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Miles. 225 Ann St., town, were informed by telegram by the War Department a few days ago that their son, Lt. William F. Miles, 25, … more

Lower Swatara man allegedly threatened to kill credit union employees on three occasions

Middletown police charged a Lower Swatara Township man for making threats against employees of the Members’ First Federal Credit Union on three occasions. According to arrest records, … more

Police: Middletown man helped informant buy heroin laced with Fentanyl

Middletown police arrested a borough man on drug charges for his role in the sale of heroin laced with Fentanyl to a confidential informant. According to arrest records filed by borough police, … more
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