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Joseph S. Gotshall, 85, of Hummelstown, formerly of Cherry Hill, N.J. and Panama City, Fla., passed away on Sunday, August 26, in the Middletown Home. more
Elaine V. Lanza, 73, of Middletown, entered into rest on Saturday, August 25, at Community General Osteopathic Hospital. more
Barbara J. Bush Hahn, 62, of Elizabethtown, entered into eternal rest on Monday, August 20, in Lancaster General Hospital.  She was born in Middletown on October 11, 1949 and was the daughter of the late Russell and Florence Abbott Bush. more
By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff The Lower Swatara Twp. commissioners voted unanimously at a meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 15. to keep the Wood Street entrance to Campus Heights temporarily open for public vehicular traffic. Matt Genesio, a … more
Column No. 655/August 29, 2012by: Sharman Meck Carroll                  Finding Others Who are Researching Your Family Lines Instantly Double Your Research Energy and Time  Two researchers are better … more
By Daniel Walmer Press And Journal Staff Middletown Borough Council could vote as early as Sept. 4 to abolish the borough’s Planning Commission and replace it with a planning committee made up of council members. Council voted on Monday, Aug. 20 … more
By Noelle Barrett Press And Journal Staff Blood in the Steelton-Highspire community runs deep, but at a school board meeting on Monday, Aug. 13, two residents left with their blood boiling after the board decided to uphold a policy regarding the age … more
By Rick BloomingdaleLabor Day is the one holiday on the calendar devoted to honoring and recognizing America’s workers and their families and the value we bring to the prosperity and strength of our nation.That’s pretty much all of us, whether … more
By Paul HeiseCongressman Paul Ryan has been drafted by the Romney campaign and his “Path to Prosperity’’ comes along for the ride. Because of this little attachment, Romney has to face the electorate with a proposal that ends Medicare as we … more
Sound Off – love it or hate it. If items lean your way, then it’s a great read. If parts go against your grain, then the weekly jumble of comments is an abomination. There’s hardly ever any gray area with this part of your community newspaper. … more
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