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May 9 hearing set for borough lawsuit over water and sewer 11.5 percent surcharge

A May 9 hearing has been set in federal court to consider Middletown borough’s request for an injunction to block Suez imposing an 11.5 percent surcharge on water and sewer bills. The … more

Tony’s Pizzeria, Hong’s Wok open up at Westporte; talks held to make Nissley a two-way street again

Residents have two new places to dine after Tony’s Pizzeria and Hong’s Wok recently opened in the Westporte Centre off West Main Street. Highspire-based Tony’s opened its second … more

Kunkel, Fink and Reid students learn how to be safe online, with apps

Most young students know not to talk to strangers in the mall or the grocery store. However, with the growing popularity of computer tablets and smartphones, do children know how to stay safe … more

Police charge second person in 2017 South Union Street home invasion

Middletown police have charged a second person in connection with the home invasion of an apartment in the first block of South Union Street on July 29, 2017. Police on April 24 filed charges of … more

Think through outdoor bar seating before rushing a decision because of summer: Editorial

For many people, there is something about consuming an adult beverage outdoors, on a pleasant summer evening, that makes it taste just a little bit better. We get that. But we want to pump the … more

Promoting career, technical education a key to future: Tom Mehaffie

Career and technical education and the workforce skills gap are taking center stage in national policy discussions. In Pennsylvania, we’ve been talking about this issue for years and seeking … more

Let citizens help draw district boundaries: Letter to the Editor

Is the plumbing working right related to the pipes of Pennsylvania democracy? It took awhile (three election cycles, 2012, 2014 and 2016) to show the evidence of a legal term called … more

Truth vs. trolling — finding a balance in today's society: James Miller

I’ve never been to the website Reddit, but if I were to visit, I can’t imagine my stay would be enlightening, let alone comfortable. I gathered as much from a recent profile of the … more

From the Vault: News from the Wednesday, April 28, 1999, edition of the Press & Journal

Crash scene becomes memorial; brother and sister killed in accident Friends and family have created a makeshift memorial for a brother and sister killed in a car accident over the weekend. … more

Family Fun Day coming to Hoffer Park on May 12

Dauphin County and area organizations are hosting a Family Fun Day at Hoffer Park in Middletown from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 12, to celebrate and draw attention to the good things that young … more
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