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“I see the Borough Council is finding creative ways to give money to the slumlords to fix up their properties. Plus, their creativity abounds them. Hiding the money they already have – priceless. You people are as crooked as they come. You could … more
Police force consolidation – it’s a concept that is growing across the state, and an idea that is now under consideration in Middletown. While discussions about  a regional police force fell through in the past, Middletown Borough Council … more
by Adam ClayFor the Press And Journal The Penn State Harrisburg women’s basketball team started its season strong with a 2-1 record after beating the Cedar Crest Falcons 75-53 in non-conference action on Tuesday, Nov. 27 in Allentown. The … more
This is a story about a guy named Joe. Just Joe. He came from New York, the city that never sleeps – a place where artistic talent fills the streets. One day in 1998, Joe was struck with inspiration by a man on the sidewalk who was using spray … more
The Middletown girls basketball team squeezed into the District 3 Class AAA playoffs last season, claiming the 20th and final playoff spot. This season, the young Blue Raiders will depend on freshmen and a sophomore to return to the … more
LOW-SCORING BLUE RAIDERS MAY RELY ON DEFENSE TO CARRY THEM TO VICTORY By Larry Etter After winning 15 games in each of the past three years, Chris Sattele, coach of the Middletown boys’ basketball team, would like nothing more than to keep … more
From The Wednesday, December 6, 1989 Edition Of The Press And Journal Teacher Of Year  Judith L. Murray was named Secondary Business Education Teacher of the Year by the Pennsylvania Business Education Association (PBEA). more
Elizabethtown will host its annual Community Holiday Parade, complete with an arrival by Santa Claus, at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. The parade will begin at the intersection of West Bainbridge Street and will head north on more
We have been critical of Middletown Borough Council for making crucial decisions regarding borough assets and services without public debate or public discussion. The decision to cut funding to the Middletown Public Library, a beloved community … more
This Christmas, you can sing “The Hallelujah Chorus’’ with a band and choir. Audience members can join in the singing of Handel’s masterpiece with the Middletown Area High School band and choir onstage during the school’s annual Christmas … more
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