Gettysburg Local Business
Thursday Apr 23 | via PennLive.com
Starting Friday, Adams County Winery in Orrtanna will make its Cherese Masquerade and Entwine'd will be available for three bottles for $30. And the winery will provide complimentary tastings if you visit. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via Evening Sun
Helen Jones, a teacher at Gettysburg Area High School takes a chomp of the Texas wiener during lunch at Ernie's Texas Lunch on March 26. Allison Bayer cooks a grill full of hot dogs at Ernie's Texas Lunch on March 26. When walking down the halls of the Gettysburg Hotel, the crooked staircase of the Fairfield Inn or the broad hallways of ACNB Bank, Adams County's past and present seems to hit you at once. From the photos of former presidents hanging on walls, to the designs of long-tenured buildings still standing, modern-day Adams County retains its history, but looks to build an even better future. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via WPMT-TV York
Free wireless internet will be available to the public on Lincoln Square in Downtown Gettysburg, starting May 1 as part of a pilot project aimed at improving internet connectivity in Adams County, Pa. Through a partnership among Adams County, Destination Gettysburg and four local businesses, this trial service will be available throughout May 2015, and if deemed a success, could become a permanent service for residents and visitors alike. Comment?
Thursday Apr 16 | via Lewistown Sentinel
A candidate who received the largest single campaign contribution reported so far in Pennsylvania's Supreme Court race said Thursday that the $500,000 will make him competitive in the May 19 Republican primary. Adams County Judge Mike George said Thursday that the donor, businessman Gary Lowenthal, is an old friend who wanted to help George get his message out in the six-way race. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 14 | via WSFA-TV Montgomery
Lauderdale County Coroner William High tells Al.com authorities searching by air spotted the body near Waterloo on Tuesday afternoon. The person's identity hasn't yet been released. Comment?
Saturday Apr 11 | via The Times-Tribune
To a roster that includes Napoleon at Waterloo, Custer at Little Big Horn and Pickett at Gettysburg, we can now add Frank Farina at Jessup Hose Company No. 1. The Democratic state representative hosted a town hall meeting Thursday night at which he presented a panel of experts he said would "address the facts" of a natural-gas-fired electric power plant proposed for the borough. Comment?
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