Gingerbread Celebration & Holiday Mart to kick off Friday and Saturday at HACC
The 4th Annual Gingerbread Celebration & Holiday Mart will be Friday and Saturday at the Gettysburg campus of Harrisburg Area Community College, 731 Old Harrisburg Road.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Adams County officials consider lease renewals
Adams County officials say they will re-examine the leases on several buildings, hoping to find ways to save money.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Pittsburgh area's Gettysburg vets the focus of new book
Arthur B. Fox's book about Allegheny County residents who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg has more than 60 photographs, many in color.
Gettysburg cold weather shelter starts second year
Charles Nussbaum, program director at Gettysburg C.A.R.E.S, talks about the kitchen facility at the resource center on 117 York Street in downtown Gettysburg.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Adams County planners prioritize ag land
A preserved farm in the Arentz family located off of Route 194, foreground, leads to the headquarters of Arentz Hay and Grain, in Union Township on Wednesday.
Police: McSherrystown woman arrested after DUI crash, kicks trooper
A McSherrystown woman has been charged with simple assault and other charges after she allegedly fled the scene of a crash while intoxicated and later kicked a Pennsylvania state trooper.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Mount Joy property owner complains of hunters trespassing
Spero Marinos, of Cumberland Township, locks the gate entrance to his 54-acres of property on Civil War Lane in Mount Joy Township on Wednesday.
Conewago Township approves tentative budget for 2014
At their recent meeting, the board of supervisors approved advertising the township's tentative balanced budget with no tax increase.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
High-wind predictions move 800-pound Lincoln statue into storage
Salt Lake City artist Stanley Watts gathers with locals Friday who helped place the new statue of President Abraham Lincoln in downtown Gettysburg.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Adams County convenience store robbed of nearly $7,000
MOUNT JOY TWP. >> A theft was reported at the 7-Eleven, 1975 Baltimore Pike, at 12:16 p.m. Sunday.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Library welcomes new Lincoln statue to Gettysburg
Eight people helped carry the 800-pound bronze Lincoln statue to its new location outside the Adams County Library on Friday afternoon.
Barn burns in Mount Joy Township
A working barn fire is causing heavy damage at 2425 Baltimore Pike in Mount Joy Township.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Tax finance committee forms to discuss funding Straban Township development
A tax increment finance committee is examining what role, if any, its members will play in funding assistance to build an active adult community near Gettysburg.
Conewago Township supervisors approve donation to Christmas fund
At Monday night's township meeting the supervisors approved giving $350 to the Third Annual Christmas for The Kids Outreach sponsored by The Courage House, 6945 York Road, Abbottstown.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Appeal filed for Missouri man charged with disorderly conduct and scattering rubbish
An appeal was filed Friday in Adams County Court of Common Pleas for a Missouri man found guilty of two summary offenses.
Truck driver flees scene of fatal accident; charged with DUI
Police say a truck driver who struck and killed a Fairfield woman last night and then ran from the scene was driving under the influence.
Heroes of York and Adams counties honored by Red Cross
This is a collage of the Red Cross Heroes honored at a breakfast Thursday morning in York County.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Egg Truck Ends Up in a Ditch
The driver of a tractor trailer hauling eggs lost control while driving over a bridge in Adams county.
Hanover robbers sentenced to state prison
Two Hanover men are facing state prison time for their roles in a June burglary in Oxford Township, while a third man has a plea date set for a Nov. 25. Jordan Allen Leese, 22, and Noah Paul Eichelberger, 24, were sentenced separately last week in Adams County Court of Common Pleas.
Adams County fire departments seek federal grant
Adams County fire departments are hoping for a financial boost to purchase portable radio equipment for the county's 911 digital communications upgrade.