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  Editor,   The Marcellus Shale revolution has brought new jobs, cheaper energy and cleaner power to our area, but hydraulic fracturing technology can take a heavy toll on local water supplies.   And it’s not … more
You can help the president–elect improve the life of middle- and low-income Americans of all ages, in my opinion, by contacting U.S. Reps. Lou Barletta and Charlie Dent and U.S. Sens. Pat Toomey and Bob Casey (email/addresses conveniently located … more
  Editor,   It’s the Fourth of July. The day nearly done. I sat and watched “A Capitol Fourth’’ on PBS and its accompanying fireworks display. As always, it was breathtaking.   Then I walked out into the … more
I read the David “Huff” Hoffman article in last week’s Press And Journal and it has weighed heavily on my mind ever since — so many questions.  While the article began well, it fell short at the “Dailey Living” juncture. … more
A recent article in the Press And Journal addressed a proposed zoning overlay. I tried to obtain a copy of the overlay, without success, so I haven’t read the wording of that proposal. However, if I interpreted the article correctly, the purpose … more
The frantic calls from Middletown-area residents to 911 have been alarmingly high in the past year. Often the panicked call is not reported as “a suspected drug overdose.” Instead, it is logged as a “cardiac arrest,” an “unresponsive … more
 Editor,   I’ve just heard a disturbing rumor and was wondering if you or your reporter that attends Middletown Council meetings could shed light on it.   I understand Middletown Borough Council President Christopher … more
Editor, Christmas Eve 2012 marked the 10-year anniversary of the terrible murders of Jean, Victoria and Elizabeth Wholaver in our community. It is important that, as a community, we keep their memories alive and, especially, keep Victoria’s … more
  Editor, Thank you so much for the wonderful article and pictorial spread in the Press And Journal (“Out & About: Blessing of the Animals at New Thing – A Methodist Community,’’ A2, Press And Journal, June 18).We appreciate … more
  Editor, On Feb. 26, as the gay community marched in the streets of Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, opposing Senate Bill 1062, Arizona Gov. Janet Brewer was holding a nationally televised news conference announcing that she was … more
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