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Times Area News
- Local virus totals rise; Wolf urges masks
- Gettysburg imposes curfew
- Gettysburg AA still meeting at noon, online
- Happy Birthday, Paco
- Schools may give free meals to all students
- Fire destroys Mt. Pleasant home
- Destination Gettysburg president confident tourism will return
- Pa. needs another 1,000 to 1,400 ventilators, governor says. Here’s how the state is trying to find them.
- Press conference
- Adams virus cases increase; York sees first death
Times Area Sports
- Stay tuned! Like spring trout water, seasons are fluid
- Delone's Little headed to West Point
- PIAA board of directors meet, high school sports remain limbo
- No Mentored Youth Trout fishing today! Richard Lewis stands for trees and trout
- Gettysburg Walking Club taking it one step at a time
- Ox tandem lauded by YAIAA coaches for play on the basketball court
- Underclassmen lead the way on YAIAA girls' basketball coaches all-star teams
- Ebb and flow of PA trout seasons continues
- Livelsberger hired as new head football coach at Bermudian Springs
- Pecaitis grapples to third-place finish at NWCA national championships
Sunday, April 12 is National D.E.A.R. day, Drop Everything and Read. This event was created as a special celebration to remind and encourage families to make reading together on a daily basis a priority in their lives.
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HARRISBURG — It’s a Pennsylvania political legacy that might have been — many say SHOULD have been — the U.S. Presidency Pittsburgher John Heinz.
Editor, Gettysburg Times,
I am writing in response to the misleading political rant by Senator Doug Mastriano that the Times ran on Saturday, March 28.