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  Horace B. “Sonny” Tatem Jr., 71, of Middletown, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, November 2, after a long illness. He was born on January 6, 1942 in Harrisburg and was the son of the late Horace B. Sr. and Martha Manfred … more
  Gerald P. “Jerry” Burkett, 68, of Middletown, entered into rest suddenly, but peacefully, on Thursday, October 31, at his home.  He was born on November 12, 1944 in Harrisburg and was the son of Georgia Hughes Burkett and the … more
  Reuben E. Appleby Jr., 84, of New Cumberland, passed away on Friday, October 25, at Manor Care, Camp Hill.  A lifelong salesman, he was the owner of the former del Rey Wigs. After retirement, he was a deliveryman for Pealer’s … more
  Tyler B. Horvat, 23, of Hummelstown, entered into rest on Friday, November 1, at his home.    He was born on January 26, 1990 at Harrisburg Hospital and was the son of Debra Rae Austin Horvat and Philip M. Horvat Jr. of … more
  Click here to submit a Sound OFF. Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.   :| “If the investigation proves they were racing on Main Street, I hope they … more
There are no facts, only interpretations.” Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche provided that wry observation. It’s important advice to remember as Middletown Borough Council adopts an Early Intervention Program plan created by financial consultant … more
Middletown’s senior players and their underclassmen teammates closed out their turnaround football season with a pleasing 20-6 victory over Trinity on Friday, Nov. 1 and locked down a winning season for first-year head coach Brett Myers.  By … more
When Steelton-Highspire’s basketball teams step onto the court this season, they may look a little different.Both teams will have new uniforms, with new colors. The boys’ basketball team is vacating blue uniforms for away games, instead opting … more
Working in Middletown may have made Chuck Wachob a millionaire - he just can’t prove it.  Wachob found an unusual coin while working as a coin roller in 1960 at Citizens Bank on South Union Street that he thinks could be worth several million … more
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant appears to be back to normal after the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced it had cancelled a “white finding” against the plant. more
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