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Uncertainty has hung over the Middletown Police Department for more than a year. For the good of the department, the borough and all its residents and businesses, we hope it ends soon. It … more
If you read the following editorial as being sympathetic toward sex offenders, you are missing the point. We are not being sympathetic. We simply want to state that it’s not always possible to … more
Here’s a quick quiz: Name your representative in the U.S. House.  Odds are you can’t. Did you know right away? Can you even venture a guess? If you are stumped, you … more
We were happy to see that Middletown borough’s Christmas tree lighting and opening of the new Santa Claus house went off without a hitch Nov. 30. But based partly on our recent editorial … more
In the past week, we were called to task by two of Middletown’s most prominent elected leaders for our Jan. 25 story about police regionalization. Telephone calls, texts and a letter touched on … more
We’ve talked many times in editorials about the impact that commercial growth likely will have on the area. We’ve discussed the new hotels going up near the airport, the potential for … more
“It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried.” — Winston Churchill, Nov. 11, 1947 Democracy can be … more
There is more to life than winning. That statement is not just a platitude that you share after your team loses the big game. It’s absolutely true. The Middletown Area High School … more
“He’s had a ton of chances and many years to do that repair. At what point are we taking the building? I don’t know how many chances you give.” We agree for the most part … more
We have people going hungry in Middletown. Many of them are students. Look at three recent stories in the Press & Journal, about the RaiderPacks program, the Charlotte Chubb Memorial Fund and … more
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