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Historical society plans banquet
The Mifflin County Historical Society will hold its fall banquet at 6 p.m. Sept.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Gettysburg Crossing property deemed not blighted
Twelve acres of land at the corner of Shealer Road and Route 30 in Straban Township have been transferred to Gettysburg Crossing, a retail developer.
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Labor Day street closures announced
The Quarterback Club of York will hold a 5K run Monday in York in celebration of Labor Day, according to a news release.
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Coroner called to crash in Hamilton Township
Waiting at the entrance of motor vehicle accident scene in Hamilton Township along Rt.
Police: Woman charged after attempted 7-Eleven robbery
Ravetta Calvin-Stone, 41, of Gettysburg, allegedly fled the 7-Eleven at 69 Chambersburg St. after she demanded money from the store clerk at knife point, according to an affidavit filed with District Justice Matthew Harvey.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Developers looking for blight vote on Gettysburg Crossing
A $3.05 million deed transfer put 12 acres of Straban Township property in the hands of a retail developer, Gettysburg Crossing, but the future of the land - 93 acres in all - rests with the township's planning commission.
Adams County Special Olympics holds Volunteer Appreciation Picnic
Mary Beth Stone, center, holds the first annual "John Steinour Athlete of the Year Award" presented by Notre Dame Club of Gettysburg members Jen Krumrine, left, and Wilma Noel.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Digital upgrades speed up Adams County
Adams County's Director of Information Technology Steve Scherm, left, works on a presentation for the county's planned infrastructure upgrades, while system administrator Derek Stiles works at his desk at the Adams County courthouse on Aug. 19 in Gettysburg.
New Oxford couple sells sweet treats for charity
Kona Ice owners Craig and Deborah Davis stand outside of their truck near DeGuy Avenue on Aug. 20. Kids in and around Adams County are learning that Calypso music is often followed by a visit from Kona the Penguin and his friends Solomon Sun, Squawkworth the Parrot, Crabbington the Crab and dolphins Splish and Splash.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Two injured in Adams County hit-and-run crash
State police at Gettysburg are looking for the driver in a hit-and-run crash in Adams County that injured two people, requiring transportation to area hospitals.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
25th annual Labor Day Festival cuts out some afternoon entertainment
The York Labor Day Festival celebrates a quarter-century Sept. 1, bringing family entertainment to York City and paying tribute to the town's industrial roots.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
McSherrystown woman gets probation for assult
A McSherrystown woman was sentenced to 60 months probation Aug. 19 in Adams County Court for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy, according to the Adams County District Attorney's office.
State protects three Adams County farms from development
Three Adams County farms will be protected from development as part of a preservation program, the Department of Agriculture announced during an Aug. 21 board meeting.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Police: Nothing illegal about tobacco paraphernalia
A sign above an assortment of pipes and lighters at a High Street Exxon station in Arendtsville reads, 'For tobacco use only.'
Mosquito spraying scheduled in Adams County next week
The Adams County Conservation District's West Nile Virus Program will be conducting an ultra-low volume mosquito control operation in Bonneauville Boro and Mount Pleasant Township, Adams County.
Nonprofit helps preserve Pulig farm property
Logan Holland, left, along with his brother, Quinn Holland, work inside the barn on the Pulig farm in Butler Township on Aug. 12, 2014 while shearing sheep for their wool as one of the farm's feline residents looks on.
What has Adams County Winery done with its corks? Gone over to green
Adams County Winery says it like its corks green. The winery, located in Orrtanna, west of Gettysburg, announced earlier this week that it's now using Normacorc's new plant-based cork, the world's first zero carbon footprint wine closure.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Pennsylvania Theatrical Arts partners with area nonprofits
Brittany Stevens, owner and director of Pennsylvania Theatrical Arts in Hanover, rehearses a dance segment with cast members for the upcoming production of "CATS" on Aug. 13. A dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to the Adams County SPCA.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
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W.O.W helps Hanover-area women dress for success
Soroptomist International members Lisa Bankert, left, Jo Ann Scheu, center, and Cheryl Swope pose in the new Women Outfitting Women store at 22 Carlisle St. in Hanover on Aug. 19. Women referred to the Women Outfitting Women store by local assistance agencies will receive a free interview outfit.
Body found in car in Harrisburg's Hall Manor
Dispatchers said the discovery was made around 5 a.m. on Sumner Street in the city's Hall Manor section.