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Carols by candlelight

Photo by Bll Darrah  Singers of several different religious denominations gathered for a community Christmas carol sing-along at historic St. Peter’s Kierch on North Union Street on Sunday, Dec. 9. The event was hosted by St. Peter’s … more

Deck the halls

There’s no place like home for the holidays – and the Historic Middletown Holiday Tour of Homes proved why.With sparkling lights and shiny ornaments, red ribbon and holly garlands, local homes glowed with the warmth of the holidays . . .For the … more

Bible belters: Penn State Harrisburg nips Lancaster Bible, 60-58

by Adam Clay For The Press And Journal Miranda Zeanchock scored 13 points and Lucky Snypse and Amanda Moyer added 10 as the Penn State Harrisburg women’s basketball team stopped Lancaster Bible, 60-58, on Thursday, Dec. 6 to hand the Chargers … more

Lions beat Berks, Bible

By Tom KlemickFor The Press And Journal Four Penn State Harrisburg starters tallied double-digit point totals on the way to a hard-fought 84-78 victory over North Eastern Athletic Conference rival Penn State Berks on Saturday, Dec. 8 in … more

A day of trapping that was otter-ly exciting

By Tom ShankFor the Press And JournalTrapping has always been a treasured hobby of mine. I don’t do it to get rich – equipment, gas, time and all other expenses, once calculated, would make one muskrat worth $100.I do it to get outdoors when the … more

Splitsville: Blue Raiders top York Tech, fall to Vikings in tournament

Great defense and shaky free-throw shooting mark the Blue Raiders’ season debut.By Larry EtterPress and Journal Staff By making just 12 of 32 shots from the foul line, the Middletown boys’ basketball team lost a chance to defend its … more

Check out our new website!

We have a surprise for you. We’re launching a new website this week at the Press And Journal, a place where readers can interact with us and the community as well as find local news and features at their fingertips. more

Final chapter: The club that created Middletown’s library gives it one last check

By Daniel WalmerPress And Journal Staff In 1926, the Middletown Women’s Club embarked on a project that has enriched the lives of many Middletown residents for decades: It created the Middletown Public Library. Eighty-six years later, the … more

More for less? Council’s 2013 budget cuts electric rates, but what will it do to services?

By Daniel WalmerPress And Journal Staff Better services or lower taxes?It’s a recurring debate at all levels of government around budget time. But it has taken an especially passionate form in Middletown, a town known for its borough-owned … more

Council creates new authority for economic development

By Daniel WalmerPress And Journal Staff There’s a new economic development organization in Middletown that will help Middletown Borough Council realize its plan to renovate the downtown business district. Council voted unanimously on … more
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