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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is located in Adams County. Zip codes in Gettysburg, PA include 17325, and 17326. The median home price in Gettysburg is $227,600 which is roughly $109/per square foot. More Gettysburg information.

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17 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Visiting Gettysburg? What Not to Miss

Planning a trip to Gettysburg ? For visitors determined to hit all of the essentials, even with only a short time to stay, the following options are available for dining and touring in the Gettysburg, PA area.

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17 hrs ago | Evening Sun

Servpro observes decade providing fire and water restoration

Servpro of Gettysburg/Adams County has been providing fire and water damage restoration to area homes and businesses for over 11 years, said owner Kenneth VanHoutte who bought the franchise in 2003 with his wife Pamela.

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21 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

The Eastern Museum of Motor Racing Acquires Roy Blas Painting

The Eastern Museum of Motor Racing, Gettysburg, Pa., recently acquired Roy Blas painting of three time Lemans winning American racing champion Phil Hill.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Evening Sun

Q&A: Chambersburg director John Putch talks 'Route 30,' micro-budget filmmaking

Chambersburg director John Putch works on set of "Route 30 Three," a film he plans to premiere at the Majestic Theater in Gettysburg on Aug. 2 and 3. Audiences can expect romance, secret agents and Mister Ed's Elephant Museum in the last installment of John Putch's "Route 30" trilogy.

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Evening Sun

God's Meal Barrel receives recognition

For 27 years the staff at God's Meal Barrel at 413 Baltimore St., Hanover, has been providing food for needy families in the Hanover area.

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Danville News

Generals speak freely to citizens during Iron Heritage Festival

Civil War buffs had their questions answered by a group of Civil War military officers during a visit with the Confederation of Union Generals.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Chambersburg Public Opinion

Franklin County area police log

UNION TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY >> Ten firearms were stolen from a Union Township home on Sunday, according to Pennsylvania State Police, Gettysburg.

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Evening Sun

Historical society raises funds for New Oxford railroad depot purchase

The New Oxford Area Historical Society has appointed a committee to spearhead a fundraising initiative that could help the borough purchase the 1.03-acre property in the future, said Anita Kennedy-Muccino, secretary of the society.

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Evening Sun

Fairfield Knights assist in Mission Trip

Members of the Fairfield Knights Football Team recently helped the Gettysburg Presbyterian Church load a tractor trailer with supplies bound for the Cheyenne Lakota Indian Reservation in South Dakota.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Evening Sun

Not alone: Group supports young breast cancer survivors

Each woman has a unique story, but they all have one goal: helping young women with breast cancer.

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Evening Sun

Man hits parked minivan then strikes police car

A 48-year-old Gettysburg man struck a borough police car after a traffic stop on July 19, according to state police in Gettysburg.

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Chambersburg Public Opinion

Adams County Heritage Festival looking for vendors

GETTYSBURG >> Applications are now being invited from food vendors, craft vendors and non-profit organizations for the twenty-third annual Adams County Heritage Festival, to take place Sunday, September 21 from noon to five at the Gettysburg Recreation Park, Long Lane.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

The News Item

48th Pennsylvania did its duty in what became Battle of the Crater disaster

As the nation continues its ongoing 150th anniversary remembrance of the American Civil War, our area has had many reasons to pause and reflect on the contributions and sacrifices made by local troops who helped preserve the Union.

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Chambersburg Public Opinion

Window to History: The Burning of Chambersburg

This is a bird's eye view from the Market House, known today as the borough hall on South Second Street, looking toward the center of town in 1864.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Evening Sun

PennDOT: Route 116 in Bonneauville could reopen in October

Since March, motorists commuting between Gettysburg and Hanover have had to take a seven-mile detour around a closed section of Route 116.

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Evening Sun

Asper man sentenced in Adams County burglary case

An Aspers man will spend seven months in Adams County Prison for his role in a slew of burglaries around the county that led to five arrests and more than $130,000 in stolen property, according to court records.

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Toledo Blade

A new address

In February, 2013, they moved to Jerusalem from their home in Springfield Township, intending to be there for a four-year assignment.

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Hispanic Business

Gettysburg Annual Music Muster Set for August 15 and 16

Music will be played mainly on original instruments such as fife, banjo, and mandolin and will include songs of balladeers, Victorian dance music and dance performances.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Times Observer

Civil War remembered: Warren boys fought with the 111th

A Civil War Remembrance Weekend is slated for August 1-3 in Warren to celebrate the legacy of the 111th and the 150th anniversary of Cobham's death at the Battle of Peachtree Creek.

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The Jersey Journal

Homeless showers, BBQ; Johnny Lerro; Fortescue book; Woodland star; BEN Column, July 18, update 4

Stacy Brandt comes back to us on 92.1 FM WVLT Saturday, from noon to 2 p.m. to talk about fighting drug addiction and what treatments she has found available, and her new book, and she brings a guest.

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