When the Redding brothers strike the gavel at the first auction at the Bonneauville Event Center, they will do so from the same auction stand their father did when he opened Redding Auction Service in 1974.
On Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, goods are flying off the shelves in Gettysburg. Except for a few items, local merchants feel confident they can restock.
AWARD — Main Street Gettysburg was recently honored with two Pennsylvania Downtown Center Townie Awards. A Gettysburg Christmas Festival 2019 was selected as winner of the award for Promotions and Marketing in the Special or Neighborhood Events category and Main Street Gettysburg Cares Progr…
Pandemic-related supply shortages led Scott and Timbrel Wallace to a new venture.
A Gettysburg community tradition will end if funding is not secured quickly.
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.
Fewer campsites and relocation of amenities including a swimming pool are proposed for Artillery Ridge Campground, 610 Taneytown Road (Pa. Route 134).
Gettysburg Community Theatre (GCT) Summer Theatre Camps have been a long-time favorite of children in the area for over a decade, according to Chad-Alan Carr, theater founding executive and artistic director.
A repair and assembly service for horse-drawn Amish buggies gained approval Thursday from Mount Joy Township officials.
For the last few years, locals and tourists alike missed the sweet smells of homemade fudge and waffle cones, as well as the taste of the sweet delights offered by Kilwins.
Jean Herring and Janet Hartman flipped through books last week containing photos of Christmas parties, friendship nights, awards ceremonies, parades and queen contests.
COVID-19 stilled Adams County Habitat for Humanity’s hammers and power tools last year, but the organization was able to resume its annual “blitz build” tradition Thursday.