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This course covers information related to preventing cross contamination, safe handling of food, temperature control, cleaning/sanitization, proper storage, and pest control, in addition to other relevant topics.The $185 fee includes book, study … more
On left, Margie Smith won second place for page design with this page published on Dec. 9. On right, This front page was among three Press And Journal entries that won an honorable mention for Julianna Sukle, Margie Smith and Jim Lewis.   … more
Darryl R. Motter, 55, of Middletown, passed away on Monday, March 28, 2016 at home.  Born on Thursday, December 15, 1960, he was the son of the late Larry and Portia (Boughter) Motter. He was married for 30 years to Debra A. (Worthy) … more
  Snow Bowl 2015   An update from Mayor James Curry - TIME CHANGE FOR 20126 SNOW BOWL: All: Apparently, today is a busy day and 9:00 a.m. was too ambitious, especially after a long week. There are … more
Penn State Harrisburg will try to raise $6 million for new sports, a new soccer field and a multipurpose facility that would include a running track, the university announced on its Web site on Friday, Nov. 20. The campaign will focus on raising … more
Join this forum to discuss the current heroin epidemic in Middletown and a program called "Reality Tour" that has been successful in neighboring counties.   When Saturday Oct 2015 10 04:00pm … more
   Eric David Dudick, 43, of Mechanicsburg and formerly of Middletown, entered into rest on Thursday, July 16, 2015 at Harrisburg Hospital.     Eric was born in Harrisburg and was the loving son of David E. … more
  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
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