The Adams County Arts Council, 125 S. Washington St., Gettysburg, will feature a collection of artwork by Gettysburg High School AP students under the direction of Amy Dreves, during June in the Gallery of the Arts Education Center. A First Friday opening reception is scheduled for June 2, 5…
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture notified the Adams County Office for Aging Inc. (ACOFA) the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) vouchers will be delayed, according to a release from ACOFA.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) plans road work throughout Adams County next week, according to a PennDOT release.
Fire companies were called to WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital Tuesday night after a light fixture failed.
Reading Township Police Department is seeking information about a backhoe attachment that fell from a truck.
The Gettysburg Choral Society Inc. is preparing to present it spring and summer series of patriotic concerts, “Let Freedom Ring.”
Gettysburg Foundation will host Family Day at the George Spangler Farm & Field Hospital, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., Saturday, May 27, according to a foundation release.
Beginning on Memorial Day, Monday May 29, and running through Labor Day, the notes of taps will once more fill the air every evening as the famous 24-note call is sounded in Gettysburg National Cemetery, according to a release from the Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania.
The following actions were on file at Magisterial District Judge Christopher Snyder’s office as of May 19.
SAFE Housing Inc. will apply for a Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) from the Rural Housing Service to repair or rehabilitate housing owned or occupied by low- and very-low-income rural citizens in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, York, and Lancaster counties, according to a release from the organ…
Rev. Terry Brosius offered his Sunday message from the roof of Wenksville United Methodist Church earlier this month. He promised the congregation he would deliver a sermon from the rooftop if 100 people showed up to a church service. The congregation accepted the challenge. (Submitted Photo)