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  John Grayshaw, right, director of the Middletown Public Library, accepts a check from Joe Sukle, publisher of the Press And Journal, as part of the weekly newspaper's campaign to support the library. Every March, the Press And Journal … more
  Sunoco Logistics will not need to obtain permission from the state Public Utilities Commission to build pumping stations and valve control stations along an existing gas pipeline through the Middletown area without meeting local zoning … more
Highspire police were expecting to see Philip Greenhowe and his wife Shalamar Greenhowe on Friday, Jan. 9 at a hearing before District Judge Kenneth Lenker on charges related to a domestic incident. Instead, they received a missing person report … more
Middletown Borough Council voted 5-3 on Monday, Nov. 17 to allow the borough’s economic development authority to spend $150,000 plus closing costs to acquire the home of Councilor Tom Handley at 128 W. Emaus St. The Middletown Industrial and … more
Flying high one week, grounded the next.   Such was the fate of the Middletown Area varsity football team in the past two weeks. After claiming a big win against Elizabethtown in Week No. 3 of the current scholastic season, the Blue Raiders … more
Lower Dauphin Middle School students in Hillary Amici’s family and consumer science classes created quilts that they donated to Lower Dauphin Communities That Care for families who visit the organization’s bookmobile.Students participating in … 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
Middletown Borough Council rejected a motion on Monday, April 21 to adopt an increase in sewer and water rates in favor of taking time to peruse a new rate increase proposal that balances the impending price hike in a more favorable way. The new … more
Londonderry Twp. will receive a $925,000 loan from Dauphin County to replace three township bridges The Dauphin County Infrastructure Bank will provide the low-interest loan to replace the bridges on Beagle, Braeburn and Hollendale roads, said … more
A Lower Swatara Twp. employee died in Penn State Hershey Medical Center on Thursday, Jan. 30 from injuries he received when a leaf vacuum machine ran over him while he was working with a crew on a township street, authorities said. Brett D. … more
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