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  Why can’t we all just work together? Why can’t we move forward and stop dwelling on the sins of the past? These are very appropriate and timely questions that I hear asked repeatedly about the political atmosphere in the Borough of … more
  Two years ago, I made a very difficult decision. I chose to run for a position on Middletown Borough Council. I didn’t do it for power. I didn’t do it for influence. I certainly didn’t do it for fun. I did it for the future. … more
  “Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”   These are the closing words of President Abraham Lincoln’s Nov. 19, 1863 Gettysburg Address.   That famous … more
For those of us who knew David “Huffy” Hoffman, thank you for the story you printed about him. We all have memories and stories from way back about Huffy, but the stories by Joe Dailey, who literally took him into his home, off the streets, … more
{jcomments on}  For the past year or so, the roar of construction equipment has become a familiar sound in Middletown. Our streets have been torn up and detours established.   Rest assured, inconvenience is temporary. The … more
Editor,   This letter is to provide a formal thank you to all who participated, donated and sponsored Middletown’s National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 6.     The citizens who were on the committee that organized … more
I read the Press & Journal’s latest critique of the Lower Swatara Board of Commissioners personnel management in its Aug. 29 editorial. As a board member and a resident who has a lot … more
In a recent Press & Journal letter to the editor by Middletown resident Larry Smith, he defends what he says are the Middletown Borough Council’s “zoning restrictions ... aimed … more
  Editor, We greatly appreciate your newspaper spread of our donkey basketball event in your publication (Press And Journal, #outandabout, May 7).This newspaper distribution and online article are great representations of how truly … more
Editor: The week of Oct. 7-13 was National Fire Prevention Week. In the Lower Dauphin School District, this means that our local volunteer fire companies visited our elementary schools to help educate our youngsters about fire safety. more
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