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Response to Katrina assistance story misses point

These thoughts go out to those who have responded to the “Helping hands for those in need” article. The responses focused on who is to blame for the Katrina disaster in New Orleans, rather than understanding the point of the article, which was … more

Readers' Views: Make a difference at the polls

Editor, A letter to the citizens of Middletown: I am writing to you today because in a few short days you have the chance to make a difference. more

Readers' Views: Sale of cemetery land betrays the community

Editor,   A grave injustice: Middletown Borough and Lower Swatara Twp. OK a plan for development of Middletown Cemetery land (“Borough, township OK plan for cemetery land,’’ Press And Journal, June 26).   Grave … more

Recalling reason for LGBT Pride Month, right here in Middletown: Letter to the Editor

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month was celebrated in June because of the Stonewall Riot that took place at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village part of Manhattan in New … more

Readers' Views: Thanks for your support

Editor,   The Middletown Public Library expresses great appreciation to the community for the generous financial support that has come into the library in recent months. more

Readers' views: A poem in defense of Middletown's library

Editor,My name is Miss Kasey and I speak for the kids,I speak for the kids and the lives that they live. more

Readers' Views: Let's come together to cure our town's ills

Editor,United we stand, divided we fall. I don’t really remember where this statement originated from but I do know it is still very valid.If we the residents of Middletown don’t soon put aside our personal interests and opinions and come … more

Get safer schools by design: Letter to the Editor

The recent school shooting in Florida continues an unsettling trend of assaults on students in their neighborhood schools. While the debate will continue at the national level on proposals for arming … more

Racism is racism, and too many recent comparisons don’t make sense: Letter to the Editor

The news cycle spins so fast that it’s difficult to contemplate one event before the next one crowds out the latter from our minds.  James Miller’s piece in last week’s … more

Readers' Views: Preserve cyber school funds

  Editor, Why would you cut cyber school funding? Funding already has been drastically cut. Cyber education plays an important role in a growing number of children’s lives in Pennsylvania. In fact, more than 42,000 students are … more
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