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South Union extension planned Although there are no funds budgeted for its construction in 1969, preliminary planning is continuing on the construction of a new South Union Street to link Keystone … more
Charles Waple, borough fireman, killed in crash of firetruck Charles “Pete” Waple, 25, well-known borough volunteer fireman, was killed last Thursday afternoon when the Union Hose Company … more
Hoffer Park’s rebuilding OK’d; borough gets $238,000 from Pennsylvania, U.S. Middletown’s project to rehabilitate flood-damaged Hoffer Park has been given the green light — financially. … more
Carrying a torch: Sister disturbed by theft of mementos from cemetery Jessica Lawson visits her younger brother Robert several times a week. “I come out. I clean up. Water the flowers. Just … more
Why is there an eagle on Page 1? It has nothing to do with guns Editor’s note: This logo appeared on both sides of the masthead on the front page of the Middletown Journal on Saturday, Aug. 11, … more
23 YEARS AGO - MAHS Thespians Stage Comedy – The Middletown Area High School performing arts department presents the comedy, “But Why Bump Off Barnaby” in the high school auditorium. Pictured in a recent rehearsal for this hilarious farce are: … more
School construction in 1962 to highlight borough improvements The Press & Journal’s annual forecast of the year ahead portends major improvements in physical facilities of the Middletown Area … more
Boy, 17, admits role in Amtrak break-ins; will also face charges in library burglaries and other crimes A 17-year-old Royalton boy will face charges on a string of summertime burglaries, vandalism … more
23 YEARS AGO - Jamesway Re-opening – Dropping in at Jamesway takes on a different slant as a skydiver maneuvers his Para-kite to the roof of the newly re-opened Jamesway store in the Jamesway Plaza, Middletown. The only large department store in … more
Temperature at 100 today; water recedes The sun drove the thermometers up to near the hundred mark at noon today, making this one of the hottest days of this summer. The Swatara Creek at the … more
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