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  The canned music played at a local restaurant for holiday ambiance was pleasantly innocuous, until the selection was a disco version of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.’’ Its thumping and do-wooping was so incessantly cheesy that it … more
  Unofficial results for County-wide races as updated by county Bureau of Elections and Voter Registration     99% Precincts Reporting in at 23:52:58     Judge Superior Court … more
As the sun beat down on the grassy track, a group of racers approached the starting line. With a wave of a hat, some took off, while others had to be pulled or coaxed with treats. The large crowd grew excited, but even its loud cheers and chants … more
Alfred R. Messinger, 95, formerly of West Hanover Township, passed away on Thursday, August 15, at the Middletown Home. Born December 28, 1917 in Hudson, N.Y., he was the son of the late Alfred G. C. and Mary Ellen Bloam … more
You might say the train is finally leaving the station – but it’s not moving as quickly as some had hoped. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has filed legal paperwork in Dauphin County Court to acquire land for its new Middletown … more
David Madsen, a Democrat who had sought a Second Ward seat on Middletown Borough Council in the primary, is withdrawing his candidacy, and his name will not appear on the May 21 ballot.      Madsen said he is supporting … more
By Daniel WalmerPress And Journal Staff Developers planning to build more than 1,600 homes on Lytle Farm in Londonderry Twp. failed to make a $50,000 payment to the Middletown Borough Authority that was required to maintain the rights to … more
Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.   Additional comments and audio versions of some Sound Off comments are available at www.pressandjournal.com.   “I … more
Gotta Keep A Sense Of Humor – It’s good to know that at least one snow remover from Middletown kept his or her sense of humor while moving the white stuff from one place to another. Or could this be a neighbor that tried to swipe a shoveled out … more
Could the resignation of Middletown Police Chief John Bey be a catalyst for the borough becoming part of a regional force? Some people think so, among them Mayor James H. Curry III and Council President Ben Kapenstein. Curry said not having … more
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