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Let's keep the debate on police merger public

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

Sing “Hallelujah’’ with MAHS band and choir

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

Unprofessional behavior

Editor, At the Nov. 19 Middletown Borough Council meeting, Council President Christopher McNamara verbally attacked Daniel Walmer, a Press And Journal staff writer. The content of Mr. McNamara’s rant is unimportant. What is important is that … more

School board reelects Layne

Barbara Layne was re-elected president of the Middletown Area School Board by a 5-0 vote during the board’s reorganization meeting on Monday, Dec. 3. David John was elected as vice president. Layne, Shelia Evans, Melvin Fager and Newton … more

One charged, one sought in Middletown house fire

One man has been arrested and another is wanted in connection with a house fire at 329 S. Catherine St. in July that was ruled an arson.Fred Barlow Police are looking for the house’s owner, Fred Barlow, 65, of Middletown, who they allege asked … more

Calvin Johnson

Calvin Gene Johnson, 66, of Mechanicsburg, passed away Sunday, November 25, at Holy Spirit Hospital.   Born February 6, 1946 in Herington, Kan., he was the son of the late Calvin M. and Doris Jones Johnson. He was a graduate of … more

Santa sings!: St. Nick, mayor light Christmas tree

Who knew Santa Claus was such a good singer? The Jolly Old Elf serenaded a large crowd with “The Christmas Song’’ at Middletown’s borough tree-lighting ceremony at the Electric Building on Friday, Nov. 30, as the borough launched its … more

Commission for Women 2012 Winter Flower Sale

PoinsettiaFlowers available for purchase include: Poinsettia: 6” pot (5-6 blooms) red or white - $10.00 Cyclamen” 4” pot - $8.00 X-Mas Cactus: 4” pot - $7.00 Herb Garden: 6” terracotta pot with rosemary and thyme - … more

Commission for Women 2012 Winter Flower Sale

PoinsettiaFlowers available for purchase include: Poinsettia: 6” pot (5-6 blooms) red or white - $10.00 Cyclamen” 4” pot - $8.00 X-Mas Cactus: 4” pot - $7.00 Herb Garden: 6” terracotta pot with rosemary and thyme - … more

HDFS Club and KDP Holiday Service Drive

The Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) Club and Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) are co-sponsoring a service project to ensure a happy holiday for children in need at the Penn State Children’s Hospital in Hershey by collecting donations to provide … more
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