Gettysburg Hotel becomes Hotel Gettysburg

The Gettysburg Hotel, a cornerstone of the Gettysburg community since 1797, celebrated a grand unveiling today after a comprehensive two-year renovation. While continuing to serve guests, the hotel meticulously preserved its rich history and proudly reclaimed its original identity – Hotel Gettysburg. Hotel Gettysburg boasts a remarkable legacy, dating back more than 225 years to

Winners of ACAC juried art exhibition announced

The Adams County Arts Council (ACAC) hosted the 2024 Juried Art Exhibtiion Awards Ceremony on Saturday evening at Schmucker Gallery on the Gettysburg College Campus. The 20th anniversary of the event was also celebrated with a Toast the Artists Celebration. Wendy Halperin, Executive Director at Waldo’s & Co., received the Nanette Hatzes Grant for hre

Photo Gallery: Adams County Office for Aging hosts its annual Spring Fling

May is Older Americans Month, and the Adams County Office of Aging celebrated it with its Annual Spring Fling on Wednesday morning. Over 50 exhibitors attended the event, held at Gettysburg College’s Hauser Fieldhouse. This year’s theme was “Powered by Connection.” Participants included local health, wellness and education agencies including Aero Energy, Compassion Transport Services,

Disappointed in Adams Democrats

Dear Editor, As a concerned member of the Adams County community, I feel compelled to express my disappointment with the recent performance of the Adams County Democratic Committee. This year’s presidential primary saw the lowest turnout in recent memory, indicating a significant disconnect between the committee and local Democrats. It is evident that changes are

Actors With Special Needs Star In The Sound Of Music!

Gettysburg Community Theatre (GCT), the non-profit 501c3 organization located at 49 York Street within the first block of Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, PA, will present its Penguin Project (actors with special needs) production of The Sound Of Music at 7 pm Friday, May 17 and 2 pm Saturday, May 18 at Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater. Tickets are

Comcast Awarded More Than $61 Million to Expand Network to Homes and Businesses in Pennsylvania

Comcast has announced it has been selected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as part of the Broadband Infrastructure Program funded by the Capital Projects Fund (CPF), to expand its network across 158 municipalities. The Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority awarded Comcast more than $61 million to bring gigabit plus speeds to homes and businesses that were previously unserved

Cinco de Mayo celebrated in Gettysburg

Reyna Fallon, a native of Acapulco, moved to Gettysburg with her husband in the early 90’s. Her parents and brothers, including Alam and Jose, moved to Gettysburg in the years following. The family have made their home here, and Alam and Jose started a successful roofing business. To show their gratitude to this community, and

Summer Underground Railroad Tours Start Today

Beginning today, Historic Gettysburg-Adams County (HGAC) in cooperation with the National Park Service’s Network to Freedom (NTF) Program will be providing tours of Gettysburg’s only officially recognized Underground Railroad site where hundreds of freedom-seekers were sheltered during their escape from slavery in the years before the Civil War. Everyone is invited to attend the one-hour

Adams County Broadband receives $16.9 million boost

The Adams County Board of Commissioners announced this week that the county has received the state’s 3rd-largest grant award to provide more families with high-speed broadband service. The funds are part of the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) PA Broadband Infrastructure Program (BIP). Internet service provider Comcast will receive $9.4 million of the proposed $16.9 million

Being a high schooler at GHS

Growing up, we watched movie after movie about what high school was going to be like. While some were heavily exaggerated (I’m talking about you, “High School Musical”) some were just realistic enough to seem true. Until we got here.  At Gettysburg Area High School, in the middle of a strikingly ordinary town, there are

Pennsylvania’s Forward Party announces support of Cameron Schroy in his bid to oust extremist Doug Mastriano from the State Senate

The Forward Party of Pennsylvania today announced the affiliation of Cameron Schroy, the presumptive Democratic nominee for PA Senate District 33. The lifelong resident of Franklin County hopes to unseat Doug Mastriano so that the people of the district can be represented by someone looking to solve the problems they face every day. Christian Fyke,