Dental records revealed the identity of a man who died as the result of a crash early Saturday in Butler Township, Adams County Coroner Pat Felix said Tuesday.
Upper Adams School Board members took a last quick look at the district's proposed 2015-16 budget during committee meetings Tuesday, prior to considering it for tentative adoption later this month.
With two weeks until the primary election, polling place workers are still needed for two precincts, according to Monica Dutko, director of elections and voter registration.
Mount Joy Township resident Stuart Kravits hopes to provide the best education available for all students in Gettysburg Area School District.
Hamiltonban Township supervisors Tuesday night tabled action on a petition that would seek to upgrade Tom's Creek from High Quality to Exceptional Value. They also suspended action on repairing Reid's Bridge, on Mount Hope Road at Gum Springs Road.
As of May 1, 2015, Wolf's Bus Lines Inc., York Springs, will be operating all Lincoln Bus Lines' charter trips and tours. As both operations began in the 1940s, have been family owned and operated, and offered comparable charter bus services and individual tours, the acquisition was a good match. Wolf's Bus Lines will be honoring all contracts, terms, and current reservations that customers have with Lincoln.
Over 100 area residents gathered at the Cross Keys Village the Brethren Home Community Monday night to hear the three Democratic candidates for the Adams County Commissioner race face off in a debate.
Land development projects were front and center during Monday's regular meeting of the Straban Township Board of Supervisors.
Gettysburg Area School District Board of Directors made an informal recommendation during a public work session Monday night to have administrators construct a proposed budget for 2015-16 with the smallest tax increase option out of five choices.
Bud Avenue residents were once again on hand Monday to query the New Oxford Borough council about the future of their development but no new information was forthcoming.
Jay Jacobs lost 181 pounds during his season on NBC's "The Biggest Loser."
After the usual grilling with questions about apple knowledge and world events, parading around in front of judges and so on, Summer Showers of Biglerville is the new Pennsylvania Apple Queen.
An autopsy will be conducted in an attempt to identify a badly-burned body in a crash that took place early Saturday morning morning in Butler Township.
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Carroll Valley resident and school volunteer Gregory Murray says he is running for a four-year seat on the Fairfield Area School Board with a focus on keeping student needs a top priority.
Gettysburg seemed like a nice, safe place to Amy Butcher.