Rutter's opens new, larger store in Fayetteville

Officials with Rutter's Farm Stores celebrated the opening of its newest store Tuesday in Fayetteville. Full Story
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yes

Chambersburg, PA

#2 May 11, 2011
Everyone will do "green" as long as it saves money.

When "green" loses money it will go out the door.
down the road

Reading, PA

#3 May 11, 2011
We tried out some of their food. BLECH! I'll stick with the local pizzarias. Their prices and food are WAY better.
onewhoknows

Waynesboro, PA

#4 May 11, 2011
I wish it were Sheetz.
Wa Wa

Shippensburg, PA

#5 May 11, 2011
I wish it were WaWas.

Better food and much better gas. Goose gas! They have purchased three locations in Franklin County and will be breaking ground soon. Not soon enough.
pete

Chambersburg, PA

#6 May 11, 2011
Keep it local and support Henicle's when you can
SPIRIT

Drexel Hill, PA

#7 May 11, 2011
I wish it was still green space !!
Marie P

Greencastle, PA

#8 May 11, 2011
Why is it that so many people around hear have nothing good to say about anything? You could give them a million dollars and they'd be complaining that it was given to them in denominations of 20s vs 5s.

Though I was saddened to see the old house that once stood on the property demolished to make way for the new store, I'm glad that we now have another option for gas and sundries bxt the Ville and Gettysburg. Addtionally, I'm happy that 40 people have new jobs. And no griping about, "yeah; they have jobs, but they only pay this or that". In this economy any job that helps one support self and family is a GOOD JOB!

So, to all the whiners and complainers, try to go through the rest of the day with and attitude of thanksgiving for just one thing...you just may be suprised at the effect on your outlook about things in general!
Sonny

Holmes, PA

#9 May 11, 2011
Marie P wrote:
Why is it that so many people around hear have nothing good to say about anything? You could give them a million dollars and they'd be complaining that it was given to them in denominations of 20s vs 5s.
Though I was saddened to see the old house that once stood on the property demolished to make way for the new store, I'm glad that we now have another option for gas and sundries bxt the Ville and Gettysburg. Addtionally, I'm happy that 40 people have new jobs. And no griping about, "yeah; they have jobs, but they only pay this or that". In this economy any job that helps one support self and family is a GOOD JOB!
So, to all the whiners and complainers, try to go through the rest of the day with and attitude of thanksgiving for just one thing...you just may be suprised at the effect on your outlook about things in general!
And, both Sheetz and Rutters are Pennsylvania companies. Sheetz - Altoona Rutters - York
Rock Hoover

Chambersburg, PA

#10 May 11, 2011
down the road wrote:
We tried out some of their food. BLECH! I'll stick with the local pizzarias. Their prices and food are WAY better.
Dumb hick.

Rutters food is very good for being semi-fast food. It's fairly priced as well.
Hayseed

Birdsboro, PA

#11 May 11, 2011
Wa Wa wrote:
I wish it were WaWas.
Better food and much better gas. Goose gas! They have purchased three locations in Franklin County and will be breaking ground soon. Not soon enough.


I have to agree with you. Every time I pass a WaWa, I have to stop in and get one of their Ciabatta melts. The turkey, bacon & provolone with ranch dressing is particularly good. That sandwich and Panera Bread's Cuban panini are excellent when I'm in transit.

Since: Dec 10

Shippensburg, PA

#12 May 11, 2011
Marie P wrote:
Why is it that so many people around hear have nothing good to say about anything? You could give them a million dollars and they'd be complaining that it was given to them in denominations of 20s vs 5s.
Though I was saddened to see the old house that once stood on the property demolished to make way for the new store, I'm glad that we now have another option for gas and sundries bxt the Ville and Gettysburg. Addtionally, I'm happy that 40 people have new jobs. And no griping about, "yeah; they have jobs, but they only pay this or that". In this economy any job that helps one support self and family is a GOOD JOB!
So, to all the whiners and complainers, try to go through the rest of the day with and attitude of thanksgiving for just one thing...you just may be suprised at the effect on your outlook about things in general!
Well Said, I grew up in Connecticut my wife teaches in the area and that is why we are here in Central Pa. We went to school at Millersville University.I don't remember the level of negativity there in Lancaster County that we see here it is a little frightening sometimes. Any subject on the online paper and people become so negative !!!!
Long Rider

Biglerville, PA

#14 May 11, 2011
Now they can put one at RT 30 & 75. Rutters or WaWa would be good. There is enough Sheetz in the area.
Clark Griswald

Fayetteville, PA

#15 May 11, 2011
Thank God, its not an Olive Garden!!!!!!!
littlefeats 2003

Chambersburg, PA

#16 May 12, 2011
down the road wrote:
We tried out some of their food. BLECH! I'll stick with the local pizzarias. Their prices and food are WAY better.
I have to agree with you. The hoagies were over priced for how small they were. I will continue to go to Hennicles Market just down the street.
Anonymous

Chambersburg, PA

#17 May 12, 2011
I saw everyone complaining on this post. I figured I'd be like everyone else on every other article on this website and complain and gripe just because I can, that way valid comments can't be found because nothing but bickering and whining can be found on the comments page. Get a life other than sitting on the PO site complaining on the articles? I want to see what people really have to say about the issues.

-P.S. This isn't a food review site, its a news site.
seizman

Chambersburg, PA

#18 May 12, 2011
a big AMEN. There should be no time for complaining...only gratefulness for what we do have (be it job, food, necessities, etc.) We can always find something to be thankful for.
Anon

Arlington, VA

#19 May 12, 2011
Wa Wa wrote:
I wish it were WaWas.
Better food and much better gas. Goose gas! They have purchased three locations in Franklin County and will be breaking ground soon. Not soon enough.

I thought I heard they were interested in the space between I81 and Walker Road right where Norland comes out, but that's been a couple years and no results so probably nothing. Plus, with yesterday's article about the additional lane going in there I wouldn't think there would be space.

That would be interesting though, as the closest WaWa I know of is in Frederick, but I don't know of many/any this far west. They are mostly a Philly suburb thing. Where exactly is it said they purchased to consider building?
butterball

Franklin, MA

#20 May 12, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
I saw everyone complaining on this post. I figured I'd be like everyone else on every other article on this website and complain and gripe just because I can, that way valid comments can't be found because nothing but bickering and whining can be found on the comments page. Get a life other than sitting on the PO site complaining on the articles? I want to see what people really have to say about the issues.
-P.S. This isn't a food review site, its a news site.
And who left you in charge????
mad

Shippensburg, PA

#21 May 15, 2011
Wa Wa wrote:
I wish it were WaWas.

Better food and much better gas. Goose gas! They have purchased three locations in Franklin County and will be breaking ground soon. Not soon enough.
I agree with you I love these stores always stop at them when in Delaware or Virginia
mad

Shippensburg, PA

#22 May 15, 2011
Marie P wrote:
Why is it that so many people around hear have nothing good to say about anything? You could give them a million dollars and they'd be complaining that it was given to them in denominations of 20s vs 5s.

Though I was saddened to see the old house that once stood on the property demolished to make way for the new store, I'm glad that we now have another option for gas and sundries bxt the Ville and Gettysburg. Addtionally, I'm happy that 40 people have new jobs. And no griping about, "yeah; they have jobs, but they only pay this or that". In this economy any job that helps one support self and family is a GOOD JOB!

So, to all the whiners and complainers, try to go through the rest of the day with and attitude of thanksgiving for just one thing...you just may be suprised at the effect on your outlook about things in general!
I'm glad to see another fueling site in that area that's open 24hrs it was was definately needed in that area I love to location of it

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