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Vote for Middletown Area Recreation Alliance means Olmsted Rec Board is out

By Laura Hayes and Dan Miller laurahayes@pressandjournal.com danmiller@pressandjournal.com With the final approval of the Middletown Borough Council, the Olmsted Regional Recreation Board is … more

Two men charged with selling heroin at park in Middletown

Two men have been charged with selling heroin in Middletown, following a controlled buy that was set up by borough police through a confidential informant on June 29. Nafis Tyele Cobb, 26, of the … more

Help me answer my Questions of the Week: LaVonne Ackerman

Here it is, almost the middle of July! How does summer vacation go by so quickly? It seemed that it was just yesterday I was at the Kunkel Elementary School Spring Fair on June 3. I sat at a table, … more

Great decision to fund Kids Kastle rebuild: Editorial

When you are a municipality with a multi-million-dollar budget such as the borough of Middletown, you have a lot of spending decisions to make. They aren’t always easy decisions, … more

United States had a history of separating families long before Donald Trump: Jeffery Robinson

Children are crying for their parents while being held in small cages. The attorney general tells us the Bible justifies what we see and the White House press secretary backs him up. Be horrified and … more

Conflict resolution, not armed teachers: Basma Ismail

On May 22, 2014, Donald Trump announced to the world via his Twitter account that Hillary Clinton accused him of wanting to bring guns into classrooms. Almost four years later, Trump tried to … more

Country needs comprehensive economic development: Rob Cohen

President Donald Trump recently proposed a $1.5 trillion infrastructure program. It’s generally a good idea. But infrastructure alone will not produce long-term inclusive growth. To achieve … more

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, July 13, 1945, edition of the Press & Journal

Robert Houser defeats Dr. Earl Grim for school director; military ballots decide this The special board counting the military ballots at the Dauphin County Courthouse in Harrisburg found that the … more

Bridge over Conoy Creek to be replaced starting this week

Starting Friday, July 13, weather permitting, the bridge over Conoy Creek on Route 230 in Elizabethtown will be closed for up to 14 days to remove and replace the existing span, PennDOT … more

Chris Sattele’s farewell letter to coaching the Blue Raiders boys basketball team

Blue Raider family: For the past 10 years, it has been my distinct privilege and honor to be the head boys basketball coach at the Middletown Area High School, which is also the school district I … more
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