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Editor, If you walked around Middletown and asked residents what they thought about the police force, it is likely that a good number of them would relay an anecdote about how they, or somebody they know, was harassed by an officer while walking … more
The fair is coming to town  more
Press And Journal Editor Jim Lewis comments after the May 19, 2015 Primary Elections about Middletown moving forward ....    more
The Pennsylvania General Assembly must hold hearings to determine the effectiveness of Pennsylvania’s parole system after an Associated Press report recently found six homicides allegedly … more
Editor,   As Sonny and Cher sang, “The Beat Goes On,” and so goes the Middletown saga – or soap opera, depending on how one views it. more
Every day, thousands of law enforcement officers across the country leave their families and loved ones at home while they faithfully protect the communities they serve. Every law enforcement … more
The following comments are in response to both an article and an editorial in the May 16 Press & Journal with respect to parking problems resulting from college students in rental properties, and … more
Editor, I would like to thank Mr. Herbert Moore for taking the time to comment on Mr. Andy Burger’s letter to the editor. It is a shame that he took up so much of his space with insults, especially since the substantive part of his letter … more
Pennsylvania lawmakers and Gov. Tom Wolf took steps this year to modernize the commonwealth’s liquor system, but work remains.  State Rep. Mike Reese, R-Westmoreland, recently introduced legislation, House Bill 2357, which will help … more
  Editor, On behalf of Londonderry Twp., thank you for your donation to the sixth-annual Londonderry Twp. Stars & Stripes Salute. Because of the generosity of individuals and business owners like you, we were able to provide this … more
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