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Donors give injured vet his dream house By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal StaffThe day Army Sgt. Dennis Leonard lost his legs began like many other days. He was on his second tour of duty in Iraq, and his job was to complete a standard mission … more
We welcome the opportunity to publish obituaries. Our weekly deadline is Monday at noon. Following is the fee schedule for placement of obituaries: 31-cents per word $5.00 for each photograph Payment is to be in … more
We welcome the opportunity to publish obituaries. Our weekly deadline is Monday at noon. Following is the fee schedule for placement of obituaries in the Press And Journal: 31-cents per word $5.00 for each … more
We look small, but looks can deceive. We take gigantic pride in our commercial printing business. We consistently exceed the expectations of our clients in quality, turnaround, trouble-shooting and technical support. Ask for a list of our satisfied … more
From humble beginnings in the 19th century, Press And Journal, Inc. has grown to include six publications and a thriving printing business and publishing center. The Dauphin Journal, started in 1854, is the earliest ancestor of today’s Press And … more
  The Press And Journal is a weekly community newspaper that’s been around town for more than a century and a half. Every week more than 35,000 neighbors in Middletown, Hershey, Hummelstown, Elizabethtown, Highspire, Steelton and the … more
By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff Middletown Borough Council has voted to close the borough’s communications center by the end of the year amid a dire report on borough finances by a financial consultant.For the entire story please go to … more
In its quest to eliminate the practice of funding part of Middletown Borough’s general fund budget with profits from the sale of electricity to residents and businesses, a new majority on borough council has set out on a stunning campaign that, … more
Roof fire at Hersheypark Arena snuffed By Noelle Barrett  Press And Journal Staff Things are back to normal at the Hersheypark Arena after a fire in the domed roof jeopardized the historic building on Thursday, July 5 but left no … more
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