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What recently transpired between the borough of Middletown and the borough’s solicitor, Eckert Seamans, is outrageous and unacceptable. Members of Middletown Borough Council should be upset, … more
“We know you’ve heard it before. We’ve said it before, in this very space: The proposed Amtrak train station at West Main and Ann streets is going to be built, and it will … more
Last week’s editorial looked at some of the big stories that we see coming in 2020. One issue we touched on only briefly will be a major issue for many years, and that is traffic increases … more
You would think after more than 50 years of covering the political career of Robert G. Reid we might have run out of words. Well we still are going to offer a few more to mark his official exit … more
When Middletown police reached out to us at the Press & Journal about what they called an “alarming” increase in traffic accidents in the borough in recent weeks, we knew something … more
We were happy to see that Middletown borough’s Christmas tree lighting and opening of the new Santa Claus house went off without a hitch Nov. 30. But based partly on our recent editorial … more
One of the greatest assets a municipality can offer its residents is its parks. That’s why we are interested to see the results that both the borough of Middletown and Lower Swatara Township … more
About $700,000 that Middletown Borough Council wants to use for improvements on West Emaus Street would be money well-spent. A state grant would help fund upgrades for lighting, curbs and … more
In an editorial more than two years ago, we stated that “code enforcement and zoning might sound boring, but they can help make our borough a more attractive place to live and … more
We aren’t quite sure where Middletown Mayor James H. Curry III is going with contracting out police services. We asked him for more details, and he didn’t respond. He recently asked … more
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