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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
I’m writing in regards to the Jan. 31 column “Pa. death row like torture for its inmates” by Witold Walczak, legal director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania. What a joke. Let me … more
Article 2, Section 16 of Pennsylvania’s Constitution says in part that legislative districts “shall be composed of compact and contiguous territory as nearly equal in population as … more
This letter is in response to the Jan. 24 guest column in the Press & Journal titled “Closing Three Mile Island would hurt education, communities” by Steelton-Highspire School … more
My wife was reading the Dec. 27 P&J and then she said, “OMG!” The old news article that you printed on the From the Vault page about a robbery of $26,000 was my grandfather’s … more
My ancestor fought in the Revolutionary War as a private and I also served same rank. Two of his genes were passed onto me. We will not bow to a king. The king’s new tax plan will open the … more
I read the column “A way to fight drugs — make it less profitable to traffic opioids” by John Cassara and Nathan Proctor that was published Nov. 15. In my opinion I strongly … more
I’d like to offer a few thoughts after reading David Williams’ column of Nov. 7 (“States shouldn’t bail out nuclear power plants”). If Three Mile Island or one of … more
Your “personal and dependent exemptions” are being eliminated under President Donald Trump’s tax plan.  Last year, you got $4,050 for each person in your household including … more
Congratulations to the Middletown Area High School boy’s soccer team, coach Brian Keyser and his staff for a winning season. It was great to pick up the Middletown Press & Journal and … more
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