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As you know, the P&J ceased publication on July 1, 2020 after proudly covering the Middletown area for 166 years. When our web site goes dark on December 31, 2020, so … more
To our readers, advertisers, staff, friends and family —   Today, you hold in your hands the final edition of the Press & Journal. In last week’s paper we shared all the … more
Lower Swatara Township has a new MS4 coordinator. Brian Davis has been offered and accepted the position, according to township manager Betsy McBride. He will start July 20. Davis is a … more
There will be no tax increase under Middletown Area School District’s 2020-2021 budget, which the school board approved Tuesday. The final version of the budget calls for $46,969,927 in … more
Citizen complaints against the Middletown Police Department are investigated by the department and not an outside agency such as Dauphin County or the state. That’s a problem, says a borough … more
By Laura Hayes and Dan Miller Middletown Home has gone three weeks without any new cases of its nursing home residents testing … more
If there is to be a Halloween parade in Middletown this year — and from then on — someone other than the Kiwanis Club of Middletown will have to do it. Kiwanis has put on the parade … more
Dozens of African-American veterans from the Middletown area are buried in the East Middletown Cemetery along Iron Mine Road in Londonderry Township. Some fought in the Civil War. Others fought in … more
A “re-entry plan” for how students in Middletown Area School District are to be educated this fall with continuing concerns over the coronavirus is due to the school board for review and … more
Alison Enimpah remembers recently discharging a patient who had a stroke. As members of the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center staff put her in a wheelchair, the woman hugged … more
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