The Sentinel (Pennsylvania)

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The Sentinel
The Sentinel (Pennsylvania) front page.jpg
A sample front page of The Sentinel
Type newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Lee Enterprises
Publisher Kim Kamowski
Editor Jeff Pratt
Founded 1861; 157 years ago (1861)
Headquarters 327 B St.
Carlisle, Pennsylvania, U.S. 17013

The Sentinel is a daily newspaper based in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, serving the Harrisburg-Carlisle metropolitan area.

In 2012, the newspaper launched a partnership with abc27 News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.[1] The media outlets coordinate and share news coverage. Also that year, The Sentinel expanded its print edition to include weekly local sections about food, health, outdoors, faith, entertainment and history; a daily local opinion page; and a daily "Capital Region" page with news from Harrisburg and its suburbs.[2]

In 2013, the newspaper's circulation rose[3] when the nearby Patriot-News cut back its print product from seven days per week to three.[4] It opened a bureau in the state Capitol Complex in Harrisburg with Calkins Media, which provides statehouse news coverage to The Sentinel and Calkins Media's newspapers across Pennsylvania.

Its digital offerings include desktop and mobile versions of and an iOS and Android app.

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