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Blue Raider baseball team closes season with banquet

The Middletown baseball team and booster club held a season-ending banquet Sunday, May 20 at the American Legion. The event was held in recognition of the players and coaches, with a focus on the … more

Lower Dauphin High School's Perry, Scholfield receive monthly honors

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were awarded monthly honors. Emily Scholfield was named young woman of the month by the Hummelstown Women’s Club. Emily is the daughter of … more

97-year-old fighter pilot to speak at WWII roundtable

Bob Brocklehurst flew a host of fighter planes during his Air Corps service in World War II, including the P-40 Warhawk, P-47 Thunderbolt, and the P-51 Mustang. Yet, he says, he never fired a … more

Remember those who gave all for our country: LaVonne Ackerman

Wishing you all a lovely long  holiday weekend. Take time to remember and appreciate those who gave it all for their country. We might not know someone who sacrificed their life for our country, … more

Democrat Jill Linta will face Rep. Tom Mehaffie for 106th House District seat

A Middletown Area High School graduate who lives in Lower Swatara Township will be the Democratic challenger to state Rep. Tom Mehaffie in the 106th Pennsylvania House District race. Jill Linta … more

Council votes to hire law firms taken in private raise concerns: Editorial

On March 13, 2017, Middletown Borough Council went into executive session to “discuss potential litigation and no action was taken.” That is according to the official minutes of the … more

PSU student’s cars, not students themselves, are issue: Letter to the Editor

The following comments are in response to both an article and an editorial in the May 16 Press & Journal with respect to parking problems resulting from college students in rental properties, and … more

Corporate tax cuts not trickling down to workers: Frank Clemente

Working families are, as usual, getting the short end of the stick from the new Trump-GOP tax law. Huge tax cuts that mostly go to the wealthy and corporations are exploding the national debt and … more

From the Vault: News from the May 23, 2012, edition of the Press & Journal

Auditors say electric trust lost $1 million Middletown has lost at least $1 million from its electric trust fund, a fund created to keep electric rates low for borough customers, over the last 13 … more
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