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Halloween blurb was boo-tiful

Editor, I’m writing to thank you for publishing my little press release (and photo) about the ladies at The Essex House and their Halloween party.   more

Readers' Views: In Middletown's heyday, we had plenty of money

Editor,   When I first took office on Middletown Borough Council I was quite impressed. Middletown was so well off financially that they allowed the Middletown Area School District to keep the entire 2 percent of the local earned income … more

Thanksgiving leftovers

The turkey and stuffing are long gone. Place settings and cookers are tucked away. Family and friends are back in their routine. more

Editor's Voice: It's not just about trees

First, a warning: This is an editorial about the cutting down of trees in the Middletown business district, and the subsequent protest by – and arrest of – our owner, Louise Sukle. We suspect we know what you’re thinking: Seen it. Watched it … more

Sound Off--11/28

Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.   “ ‘If you let volunteers decorate for Christmas, you’re an atheist.’ That one takes the cake by the vocal minority.” more

2012 Economic Development Course in Pennsylvania

The Economic Development Course in Pennsylvania is one of twenty-six accredited courses in the nation. The course is designed to meet the needs of full-time economic development practitioners, those involved in economic development in a secondary … more

Middletown: No tax hike, but more cuts coming in 2013

Middletown Borough Council voted on Monday, Nov. 19 to advertise a $5.1 million general fund budget proposed by borough financial consultant Mark Morgan that contains both good news and bad news for Middletown residents. more

Christmas returns to Hoffer Park

A group of people has gathered to make this holiday season merry and bright in Middletown – not little elves, but rather volunteers from the community and borough government who are planning this year’s holiday light display in Hoffer Park. more

Rollers flatten Millersburg, 21-0, reach Class A district final

Tyquan Walker ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns as Steelton-Highspire eliminated Millersburg, 21-0, in a PIAA District 3 Class A semifinal playoff game on Friday, Nov. 16 at Cottage Hill in Steelton. more

If a tree falls, does it make a sound?

When crews arrived unexpectedly to cut down trees along South Union Street, Louise Sukle saw it as something more than a downtown renovation project she didn’t like. more
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