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Yankee Doodle Pet Spa brings specialized services to Gettysburg
Tina Beals has more than 20 years of experience grooming pets. What makes her different than most is that she focuses her work on “difficult dogs”—those with behavioral issues, anxiety, health issues, or other special needs—that most other groomers can’t or won’t work with.
Waynesboro mother, son arrested for selling pills
WAYNESBORO — A Waynesboro mother and son are charged with felony counts of delivery of controlled substances and criminal use of a communication facility after selling pills to a confidential informant.
What's Happening for Mar 21
—— Richard Fox, who impersonates Dr. Benjamin Franklin, will be at Hoss’s Restaurant, Gettysburg, at 7 p.m., March 25 for a discussion of the American Revolution and the newly-founded nation’s ties to the foreign empires over seas. This is open and free to the Public. It is sponsored by the Adams Co
New motel, storefronts proposed in downtown Gettysburg
A 31-room hotel and four commercial storefronts may replace the Carlisle Street City Mart convenience store in downtown Gettysburg. Borough planning commission members reacted favorably to a preliminary “sketch plan” during Monday’s meeting.
Police agencies in Carroll County plan to step up enforcement on cellphone use while driving
Three police agencies in Carroll are joining for an initiative to crack down on distracted and aggressive driving, including the use of cellphones while driving. As part of the joint initiative — beginning April 1 — deputies, troopers, and officers will be stopping drivers for distracted driving, in
Dillon a larger-than-life figure to family, friends
Friends and family alike say that in his heyday, Gary Dillon looked like a combination of pirate, rock star, and god. “Back in the day, girls thought of him as sort of a god. They said he looked like Jesus,” said Sandi Small, now 57, who had known Gary since she was about 12. “Back then a girl who w
‘Road to Ruin’ – Pennsylvania Turnpike Deep in Debt
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania auditor general says the state turnpike system is on the brink of financial collapse and is now almost $12 billion in debt. And he says continuing to raise tolls for the turnpike might make the problem worse.
Crews on the scene of crash involving school van in Franklin County
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.– Crews are on the scene of a crash involving a school van. According to emergency dispatch, the crash occurred around 8:10 a.m. at Clayhill Road and Hades Church Road in Antrim Township.
Cell tower may rise over Gettysburg
A 150-foot cellphone tower is proposed for construction behind the Gettysburg Fire Department, 35 N. Stratton St. Borough planning commission members considered the matter Monday.
Probation negotiated for credit card fraud
A former general manager of a Littlestown company netted five years of probation for credit card fraud. Jennifer Cassatt, 42, of Hanover, entered a guilty plea through a negotiated agreement with the Adams County District Attorney’s office in February to a felony charge of unauthorized access to a d
Hagerstown man distributed enough fentanyl to kill most of the residents of Washington County
BALTIMORE, Md. - A Hagerstown man was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release for his role in a fentanyl distribution conspiracy that resulted in at least two fatal overdoses.
Pennsylvania As The New Natural Gas Giant
At over 18 Bcf/d, Pennsylvania now yields over 20% of all U.S. gas, only behind Texas' 22 Bcf/d. In the 10 years since a shale revolution took flight in its Marcellus play, Pennsylvania's gas output has exploded 32-fold.
Bizarre Creature Encounter in Adams County, Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania lawmakers attempt to head off transportation funding problems
A state lawmaker announced Wednesday that she would lead the effort to address Pennsylvania’s looming transportation crisis and the possible $50 million annual revenue loss for the next three decades.
Car hits guardrail and flips after Maryland woman reaches for phone while driving on Taneytown Pike
A Taneytown woman was injured Wednesday after reaching for a phone inside her car, according to Maryland State Police. Police said Donna L. Goodman, 50, was driving her 2002 Ford Focus east on Taneytown Pike just before 6 p.m. when her car crashed into a guardrail on the shoulder and flipped over. P
York man facing charges after sexually assaulting teen for period of years
YORK COUNTY, Pa.– A York man is facing charges after having sexual intercourse with a teen who had become pregnant with his child and had a miscarriage. Donshay Calhoun, 38, is facing indecent assault and corruption of minors, among other related charges for the incident.
Sheetz set to hire over 1,100 employees in Pennsylvania
PENNSYLVANIA– Sheetz is set to hire more than 1,100 employees across the Commonwealth. The company will be holding open interviews on Wednesday, March 27 at all Sheetz locations.
Drug trafficking that led to deaths of two Pa. men sends Maryland man to federal prison
About two years ago, a central Pennsylvania man died of a fatal overdose. On Thursday, the reported head of the drug trafficking organization that sold the deadly substance was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison.
One Hospitalized Following Single-Vehicle Crash In Taneytown
TANEYTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — Police are investigating a single-vehicle crash that left one person hospitalized Wednesday afternoon. At around 5:51 p.m., Maryland State Police responded to Taneytown Pike east of Mayberry Road for a single-vehicle collision.
York County fugitive on the run: 'This is not the end game'
A Dover Township man on the run from Northern Regional Police said that while he eventually intends to turn himself in — assuming he's not captured before that happens — he has no immediate plans to do so.