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Gettysburg business owners deal with Confederate controversy

Gettysburg business owners deal with Confederate controversy

Here's a recap of a few things that happened last week when the controversy over the Confederate flag reached fever pitch:

Lancaster city visitor center reopens today

The City of Lancaster's Office of Promotion, or LOOP, opened a renovated visitor center today at 38 Penn Square in time to welcome the 100,000...

Roof Advisory president takes to the open seas

Jeffrey Roof started sailing as a teenager on Lake Pinchot in York County and has since graduated to the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Billboards thrive despite alternatives

When drivers heading north on Interstate 83 approach Harrisburg on a beautiful spring day, their minds might turn toward snow-covered ski slopes.

Brand USA promotes midstate to UK travelers

Brand USA promotes midstate to UK travelers

A production crew from Brand USA, a destination marketing organization created by Congress in 2010, recently brought its global travel campaign to...

House passes tourism promotion bill benefiting York County, others

The state House of Representatives passed a measure Monday that would allow York County to raise its maximum hotel room tax from 3 percent to 5...

Coming to Women's Open: 15,000 hot dogs, 150 toilets, 130 doctors and nurses

What do you do when 100,000 people show up in your backyard for a weeklong sporting event that will be viewed by fans all around the world?

Local security professional: Federal employee data breach 'unacceptable'

Data encryption of personal employee information — or the apparent lack thereof — is the key takeaway in the massive breach involving...

Steam Into History picking up speed in southern York County

Steam Into History picking up speed in southern York County

It started with a love of Civil War history and the desire to build a new attraction for York County visitors.

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