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Baseball's Williams, track and field's Lehman are PSU Harrisburg Student-Athletes of Year

Penn State Harrisburg baseball standout sophomore outfielder Bret Williams and women’s track & field All-American Sarah Lehman are the school’s 2017-2018 Male and Female … more

Dolores J. Fricchione

Dolores J. Fricchione, “Dodie”, 84, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, July 1, 2018 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born on December 15, 1933 in … more

Working to honor the Annapolis Five: Editorial

It was nearly a week ago that a gunman who authorities say had a longstanding feud with the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, opened fire at the newspaper office, killing five … more

Journalists are freedom fighters for the First Amendment: Mark Cohen

Last week’s tragedy at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis hit close to home for me and two of my colleagues. Brad Simpson, chief financial officer for the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, … more

Supreme Court restores government worker rights: Charles Mitchell

What if you could be fired from your job for refusing to give part of your paycheck to a private, political organization? It sounds far-fetched. After all, this is America, where the Constitution … more

Busy legislative session includes action on civil service, cannabis: Mike Folmer

With the passage of the 2018-2019 state budget, the commonwealth will spend $32,714,991,000 in taxpayer money for the general fund. This translates to $89,630,112 a day, $3,734,588 an hour, … more

New audit outlines where $43.2 million in Middletown's Suez deal was spent

A forensic audit completed for Middletown by RKL of Lancaster confirms how much money the borough paid its legal and financial advisors for their roles in negotiations in 2014 toward a 50-year lease … more

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, July 4, 2012, edition of the Press & Journal

Restored glory: Stone house returns to serve future families The stone house at South Wood and Ann streets was a labor of love. It was built in 1959 by a mason named Ed Baumbach, who hauled … more

Man charged with having heroin, two hit-and-runs: Police and Courts Roundup

An Oberlin man faces numerous charges after police say he caused two hit-and-run accidents and was then found in possession of heroin, all in the same day. According to arrest papers Elizabethtown … more

Lower Swatara Township woman honored nationally for work at Giant

A Lower Swatara Township woman recently was recognized as one of Progressive Grocer magazine’s top women in the grocery industry. Jennifer Scott, who works for Giant/Martin’s as a … more
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