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March 7, 2012
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that roadway base and inlet work will begin Monday on a project to repair and resurface a 1.35-mile section of U.S. 11 in the Borough of Greencastle. Most of the existing concrete pavement throughout the project was placed in 1954. A small section was resurfaced in 2005, according to a news release. The $1.3 million contract was awarded on Oct. 3, 2011, to Valley Quarries Inc., a division of New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc. of New Enterprise, Bedford County, Pa., the news release stated.
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NEWS
March 5, 2013
Kimberly Robinson, a Greencastle building contractor, former retirement home owner and restaurateur since August 2000, won approval Monday night to add on to her Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge. The council voted to grant Robinson a waiver to add an $86,000 addition to the restaurant at 101 W. Washington St., described on the Internet as a “premium dining destination.” Robinson said after the meeting that she needed more room to expand the dining room and kitchen and to add a new lounge.
NEWS
June 8, 2013
A Franklin County, Pa., man was killed Friday morning in a head-on collision on Interstate 81 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania State Police said. Clayton Stoner, 26, address unavailable, of Greencastle, Pa., was driving a northbound tow truck that crossed the median into the southbound lanes, troopers said in a news release. The 9:30 a.m. crash involved four vehicles about three miles south of Exit 37 near Newville, Pa., troopers said. The tow truck sideswiped a tractor-trailer pulling a double trailer, troopers said.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | August 4, 2010
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- On Wednesday, Sienna Fitzgerald and Dolly Shoemaker both participated for the first time in the traditional Old Home Week photo. Just two months old, Sienna was among the younger participants. Her family situated the infant, dressed in a yellow-and-white onesie, toward the front of the crowd of hundreds. Her mother, Breanna Holloway, twice before took part in the photo, which is a key event in the triennial Old Home Week celebration. She described participation as important for "memories and being part of Greencastle.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | April 22, 2012
Saying he would keep government small if elected president, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told an enthusiastic crowd Sunday he wants to be a leader for America during a critical time in its history. “I will not divide the American people. I believe fundamentally we are one nation under God,” Romney said. Romney, the front-running GOP candidate for the U.S. presidency, served as the keynote speaker for the Franklin County (Pa.) Republican Committee's Lincoln Day Dinner about 36 hours before polls open for the state's primary election.
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by JOE CROCETTA / Staff Photographer | February 16, 2007
Scott Carson, a United States Postal Service letter carrier, trudges over piles of ice and snow Thursday on his Greencastle, Pa., route.
NEWS
November 20, 1997
Greencastle service news Marine Gunnery Sgt. Henry D. Barthalow, son of Henry D. and Alverna M. Barthalow of Burkett Road, Greencastle, Pa., recently reported for duty with Inspector and Instructor Staff, 25th Marines, 4th Marines Division, Worcester, Mass. Barthalow is a 1978 graduate of James Buchanan High School in Mercersburg, Pa.
NEWS
September 5, 2007
Peter Mozurkevich, chief of police in Greencastle, Pa., tendered his resignation early this morning, after the borough council voted Tuesday to terminate his employment. In his two years as chief, the police department lost several full-time officers and began to rely heavily on a part-time force. Elected officials in Greencastle have quickly begun the search for Mozurkevich's replacement. Read more in Thursday's Herald-Mail newspapers.
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