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Our Community

TACC services the greater Tuscarora Area of 206 square miles, stretching north-south from just south of 40 degrees north latitude to the Maryland border and from east of the 78 degree west longitude line to just west of Chambersburg, PA. We are located within the borders of Franklin County in south-central Pennsylvania and includes the Borough of Mercersburg and Montgomery, Peters, St. Thomas and Warren townships. Several main arteries traverse the area, including US Route 30, PA Route 16, Route 416 and Route 75. This is primarily a rural agricultural area with a total population of approximately 17,000 people.



Walking Tour Guide

Check out this walking tour guide to downtown Mercersburg, which was founded in 1750 and now listed on the National Register of Historical Places.


African American Historic Sites of Mercersburg

The African American community in Mercersburg traces its roots to efforts by religious and community leaders, dating back to the 18th Century.


President Buchanan

Historic Mercersburg, PA was the boyhood home of our 15th President of the United States, James Buchanan. He was born in 1791 and lived to 1868.

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Mercersburg Historic District

This brochure details information regarding Mercersburg's Historic District and what that means for residents, businesses and visitors.


Conococheague Institute

CI is a hands-on regional learning center, headquartered within the Rock Hill Farm in Montgomery Township. It has a lot of historical significance and meaning.


Historic Alleys of Mercersburg

Check out some of the historical alleys of Mercersburg. Thanks to our friends at the Mercersburg Historical Society for this brochure.

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