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By Jim LewisEveryone had an opinion of Demp’s Corner Pub. The place was an institution on East Main Street in Middletown. Some considered it a cozy corner bar. Others condemned it for maintaining a saloon aesthetic. Whether you would have drank a … more
Submissions to Sound Off appear as written.  The Press and Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.     “If we have a Zero Tolerance Policy for our students, why don't we have one for the staff? I find it … more
UPDATE:  The second floor of the Middletown borough building has been reopened, including a temporary finance office, Middletown borough secretary and director of communications Chris Courogen confirmed.  The Monday, Jan. 7 Middletown … more
WhereRoom: W139Javascript is required to view this map.WhenTue, 01/15/2013 - 12:00pm - 1:00pmHear more about the unique strengths of Harrisburg's teacher education program and why staying local might be your best option! ... more
By Daniel Walmer         Press And Journal Staff   An early morning fire destroyed Middletown landmark Demp’s Corner Pub on East Main Street on Tuesday, Jan.1. more
Four police officers were exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide from a faulty generator used during the power outage.   By Noelle Barrett and Daniel Walmer
Press And Journal Staff   Four Middletown police officers … more
By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff   A Harrisburg woman faces drug charges after state police discovered 40 bricks of heroin with a street value of $40,000 in a van in which she was riding during a traffic stop on the Pennsylvania … more
By Noelle BarrettPress And Journal Staff A Middletown man wanted for arson for a fire that damaged his Catherine Street house has been arrested, and new charges have been filed against him.Fred Barlow, 63, was taken into custody by detectives … more
By Tom ShankFor the Press And JournalTalk to any hunting parent, grandparent, or guardian and most would agree hands down that one of the most treasured hunting moments is when their youngster scores a harvest. It might be their first squirrel, or … more
By Jim LewisPress And Journal Staff The Middletown girls’ basketball team shook off a loss to a strong Gettysburg team in the first game of Hershey’s Holiday Tournament to beat Penn Manor in the consolation game and claim third place. more
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