Watch this video produced by the Gettysburg Area High School Technology Students Association, who restored one of the town’s markers in partnership with KMT. Good work!
One of several Gettysburg markers known to exist but in need of refurbishment and re-erection now greets visitors to this famous PA town, thanks to the Gettysburg Area High School. Read the article (696 KB PDF)
A recent article in the Pottstown Mercury features the Keystone Markers, both old and new. Read on! Read the article (58 KB PDF)
Schoeneck, West Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, PA, will be the newest Pennsylvania community to re-install its Keystone Markers. The community has installed markers at all five of its entrances. Read the article (590 KB PDF)
On Friday, April 26, Mountville, Lancaster County, dedicated the first of its three new Keystone Markers. The well-attended ceremony included members of the Trust as well as state, county, and local leaders. Read the article (1.1 MB PDF)
Lancaster County Commissioners and Representative Aument will attend the dedication of PA’s three newest Keystone Markers, located in the Borough of Mountville, on April 26. Join KMT Board members there, too! Read the article (125 KB PDF)
The KMT and markers old and new are highlighted in this wonderful article by Mark Marotta. Also features a fun Keystone Marker quiz! Get your copy on newsstands today!
The community gathered around the restoration of the town’s remaining marker,garnering widespread publicity. Read the article and view images (953 KB PDF)
York, Pennsylvania, has taken a great leap forward in preserving its past by restoring its remaining Keystone Marker. Originally, this historic city would have had multiple markers at each of its entrances. Read the article (237 KB PDF)