Tripwire Operations Group was successful in appealing a charge it operated as a training facility involving the use of explosives.
Facebook and Twitter have removed an event claiming flags were to be burned July 4 at Gettysburg National Military Park (GNMP), according to new information on the park’s website.
Much has changed in the Adams/Hanover area since 1970 but one man’s voice has continued to grace local airwaves during the early morning hours delivering the news of the day.
To raise awareness of the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor’s (LHCH) designation as a PA Heritage Area by Gov. Tom Ridge in 1995, and to give a nod to the highway’s namesake, over 100 whimsical, colorful cutouts of Abraham Lincoln were attached to existing Lincoln Highway road signs.
A sister-city relationship should end if Gettysburg, South Dakota, keeps using a logo depicting crossed Confederate and United States flags, said Gettysburg, Pa., Borough Council President Jake Schindel.
Fire damaged an attached garage and destroyed three vehicles early Friday at a residence just outside Littlestown.
A Gettysburg native has conquered the COVID-19 virus in time to celebrate her 103rd birthday today.