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Monday, Jan. 29

The future site of the Thaddeus Stevens Society’s museum, 46 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg. (Source: Thaddeus Stevens Society)

• Shapiro proposes restructuring Pa. post-secondary education system: The plan would unify community colleges and the State System of Higher Education and distribute aid to Pitt, Penn State, Temple and Lincoln universities according to a performance-based formula. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Student makes online threat toward Huesken Middle School: Conestoga Valley Middle School officials said the student has been identified and there is no danger, but they are adding security Monday as a precaution. (Source: CBS 21)

• McCaskey High School hosts robotics competition: Kardia Robotics of Reading advanced to the state championships. (Source: ABC 27)

• Dozens rally for Gaza ceasefire: Groups taking part in the Penn Square rally Saturday included the Democratic Socialists of America and Central PA Ceasefire. (Source: ABC 27)

• Thaddeus Stevens museum to open in Gettysburg: The Thaddeus Stevens Society plans to dedicate the site on April 4, Stevens’ 232nd birthday. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Biden vows to respond to attack that killed 3 U.S. soldiers. (Source: NPR) Document says U.N. employees assisted Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel. (Source: AP) House eyes vote on child tax credit. (Source: NBC News) U.S. Marshals capture teen murder suspect in Philadelphia. (Source: ABC News) House unveils Mayorkas impeachment documents. (Source: UPI) Chiefs, 49ers headed to Super Bowl. (Source: ESPN)