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Hallowed ground: How the stories of Gettysburg and Flight 93 intertwine in the nation’s history

"I think Flight 93 and Gettysburg are in that small group of events that have occurred over the history of this country that have no equals."
By Tim Lambert

Gettysburg Sculpture Museum among organizations interested in acquiring Charlottesville statues

At least 13 organizations and one municipality have expressed interest in acquiring two statues of Confederate generals removed from downtown Charlottesville parks.

By The Associated Press

‘So I raped you.’ Facebook message renews fight for justice for former Gettysburg College student

Eight years later, Shannon Keeler still hopes to persuade authorities in Adams County to make an arrest, armed now with perhaps her strongest piece of evidence: his alleged confession, sent via social media.

By Maryclaire Dale/The Associated Press

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Hospitality industry in Gettysburg battles staffing shortages as business picks up

After a year of COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns and mitigation measures, the hospitality industry in the midstate is starting to see business pick up again. But in Gettysburg, which relies on tourism dollars, some bars, restaurants and hotels are dealing with a labor shortage.

By Julia Agos

Gettysburg elementary teacher accused of child sexual abuse

State police are asking for tips if anyone believes there may be other victims.

By The Associated Press