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Republican candidates for Pennsylvania governor crowd onto stage for 1st time in 2022 election cycle

The questions inspired pledges to cut taxes and regulations, promises to respect liberty and bitter recriminations over shuttering businesses and schools.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

Encore of Home from School

By Fred Vigeant

Carlisle’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee is hosting community dialogues to talk about race

“Thinking About Race Thursday” listening sessions will be held every second Thursday of the month both in person or virtually.

By Gabriela Martínez

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Updated: November 24, 2021 | 10:13 am

Formerly enslaved people made an impact at Dickinson College. The school is now honoring their names

After research into the college’s ties to slavery, a residence hall and a gate will be renamed.

By Gabriela Martínez

Pandemic slowed, but hasn’t stopped, plans for Carlisle Indian school heritage center

The proposed site plan also includes a boulevard lined with flags from every tribal nation that went to the Carlisle Indian Industrial School.

By Gabriela Martínez

Cumberland County to sell its nursing home; new owner says it wants to ‘save Claremont’

A group had opposed the sale, and one commissioner voted against it. Another commissioner said a sale was always a question of when, not if.

By Steve Marroni/PennLive

Smart Talk: County government and organizations collaborate to address climate change

Group looks to focus on the impact on public health, infrastructure, and other community services
By Merideth Bucher

Carlisle coalition seeks to increase mask usage in businesses

“This is a positive initiative. People will know those who’ve joined us by (the) poster in the window.”

By Julia Agos

Midstate man acquitted of killing wife who vanished 8.5 years ago

Jurors in Cumberland County deliberated for about two hours before acquitting 66-year-old Hap Seiders.
By The Associated Press

Court to weigh state’s request to close Carlisle auto show

“When individuals choose to ignore those safeguards — such as by holding an event anticipating 100,000 attendees — they put the lives of Pennsylvanians at risk."
By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press
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