Category: Public Service Announcements

Jul 14 2015

Gettysburg Police Sergeant retires

Sgt Wilson

Sergeant Kevin Wilson is recognized by the Mayor of Gettysburg after 32 years of service. Sgt Wilson has decided to retire. A 32 year career in Police work these days is quite an achievement. Sgt Wilson has been involved with nearly every aspect of the Gettysburg Police Departments  operations over the years. He is well known throughout the area. Sgt Wilson was extremely courteous to the 911 Photography crew at incidents. Great Job Sgt Wilson and Happy Retirement !

*Photo above is from today’s edition of the Gettysburg Times*

Jun 25 2014

Smoke In The House Run


Truck 33 on scene of a report of smoke in the house, 106 West High Street, New Oxford Borough.

Folks, the sewer company sent out notices a week ago saying they will be “smoking the lines” this week.

The box was placed in service after a investigation of the residence and neighboring properties.

Mar 13 2014

We’re On Face Book!


Yes, we are on Face Book and have over 4000 “LIKES” and counting.  Click the Image to go to our page.

Feb 07 2014

Fire Engine For Sale


The Pleasant Hall Vol. Fire Co. is currently selling our

1984 Sutphen Pumper

8v71 Detroit Diesel                       4 Speed Allison Automatic

1250 GPM Hale Single Stage                     750 Gal. Poly Tank

 112,610 Miles                                                        15,960 Hours

Unit Still In Service                              Available Immediately

Unit Being Sold As Is                     Maintenance Records Available

Price and More Information upon Request

Contact: Dale Myers III, Fire Chief

Email:                        717-729-1348

Dec 31 2013

28 Years Later ~ Never Forget

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Dec 11 2013

Jeff Snyder Accepts Fire Chief Position

Jeff snyder

Please join us in wishing Jeff Snyder congratulations and best wishes as he has been offered and accepted the position of Fire Chief for Borough of Carlisle.
Chief Snyder’s first day will be December 16, 2013.Chief Snyder recently retired from the Harrisburg Fire Department, where he started as a professional firefighter in 1990. He rose through the ranks of the Harrisburg Fire Dept., first to Lieutenant, Captain, Battalion Chief, and also served as an acting Deputy Chief. During his 22-year career, Chief Snyder received numerous awards, including the “Award for Bravery” in 1997.
In addition to his professional career, Chief Snyder has been a volunteer firefighter since 1975, when he joined the New Oxford Fire Dept in his home town of New Oxford where Jeff held nearly every line officer position including chief of department. Chief Snyder was an active member of FEMA’s Urban Search and Rescue Team. In this capacity, he was deployed to the World Trade Center for 9/11, as well as responses to Hurricane, Katrina in 2005.
Chief Snyder has numerous certifications at the national level. He is a certified instructor through the PA State Fire Academy, and teaches both fire and rescue courses for HACC.

Chief Snyder will be in command of the boroughs two fire stations, Station 41 and Station 45