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     Russell B. Keating Jr., 67, of Middletown, peacefully entered into rest surrounded by family on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at Harrisburg Hospital.      He was born on February 18, 1948 and was the … more
When it came to tennis, Matt Anthony was a beginner. No tennis lessons. He was someone who had just picked up a racquet to join his best friend, a tennis enthusiast, on the court for a long, uneventful summer. So when he decided to audition for … more
Penn State Harrisburg officials hope to begin construction of a new Student Enrichment Center as soon as possible with a completion date targeted in July 2016. The Lower Swatara Twp. commissioners provided their blessing on Wednesday, March 4, … more
23 YEARS AGO - Brunner Tech Wing Dedication – The official dedication of the Edward E. Brunner Science and Technology wing of the Middletown Area High School took place Sunday, October 20 at 2 p.m. Leon Calabrese presided over the ceremony which … more
The Personnel Processing Administration Reception Center at Olmstead Air Force Base, 1955.   Fifty years ago today, on Nov. 19, 1964, Middletown changed forever. On that day, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara announced that the … more
   Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.   • “Hey Mac. I seen those trees you had trimmed, and they were not near any power lines. How convenient … more
Carnivals developed from the traditional outdoor festivals of Europe that noted changes in the seasons, or religious holidays, and date back hundreds of years. The carnival that is the Seven Sorrows BVM Church Community Festival and Car Show isn’t … more
Click here to publish a Sound Off!   Submissions to Sound Off appear as written. The Press And Journal edits only for clarity and punctuation.   • “Guess the district did the right thing for athletic director. Can’t … more
When is a donation not a donation? When you demand your money back. That’s what Middletown Borough Council did with a $200 donation it gave toward a party honoring long-time mayor Robert Reid – council voted 6-3 to contribute to it, then voted … more
A mistake was made in a motion on March 3 to adopt a proposed water and sewer rate increase, rendering Middletown Borough Council’s vote and a subsequent veto by Mayor James H. Curry III moot, according to council President Christopher … more
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