Lots of little hands helped to cultivate a community garden behind the Adams Commerce Center – YWCA Gettysburg and Adams County building.
The United States Postal Service has changed in many ways since Deb Hankey and Linda Sanders became mail clerks in the mid-1980s.
Gettysburg Chocolate Market’s “Signature Cookie” is packed with chocolate chunks, walnuts and pretzel pieces, and topped with a chocolate drizzle.
Seniors in assisted living facilities have faced great isolation and separation from their families during the past year because of the pandemic. To help bridge this gap with their community, the Gettysburg Times and local businesses have teamed up to get newspapers into the hands of these r…
While folks normally back away slowly when crossing paths with a skunk, the Strawberry Hill Animal Ambassador program encouraged youngsters to get a close up look at one named Ollie at the East Berlin Community Park on Thursday.
The area’s favorite playhouse is eager to return to some semblance of normalcy this summer as it prepares to welcome back patrons and incredible actors to grace the stage.
The Adams County Technical Institute and Conewago Enterprises are reaping the rewards of a mutually-beneficial relationship.
Record numbers, both of aircraft and diners, were at Gettysburg Regional Airport for the Wings, Wheels and Pancakes breakfast sponsored by the local Barnstormers Saturday and Sunday.
The Gettysburg Black History Museum will have a new office and storage space on the campus of United Lutheran Seminary, beginning in June.
A local legend says a boy named Jeremy, who was five or six years old, would watch older children play outside near the Farnsworth House on Baltimore Street, Gettysburg sometime after the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg.