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The multi-faceted Franklin County Court Facility Improvement project is progressing on schedule and continues to be within budget according to Project Manager John Hart.
Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School has been designated a Title I Distinguished School for the 2019-2020 school year.
Over 600 area senior citizens and individuals with disability took advantage of free face-to-face counseling services offered by APPRISE program volunteers and staff from the Franklin County Area Agency on Aging (FCAAA).
WellSpan Adams Cancer Center and Gettysburg Hospital earned a three-year accreditation by the Commission on Cancer. CoC is a program of the American College of Surgeons.
Franklin County’s Chief Juvenile Probation Officer, Kathleen “Kati” McGrath, is Pennsylvania’s 2019 Chief Probation Officer of the Year.
WellSpan Health provided more than $221 million in community benefits to southcentral Pennsylvania last year. That's according to the health provider's 2019 Community Benefit Report.
The American Bankers Association (ABA) recently recognized contributions by First United Bank & Trust’s Information Security & Disaster Recovery Officer Joyce Flinn.
President Judge Shawn D. Meyers administered an Oath of Office last week to the 39th Judicial District’s newest Adult Probation employees.
Grieving children and their families are invited to join the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation for A Frozen Grief Journey.
A traffic crash took out two power poles in the 14,000 block of Secrest Road in Montgomery Township Thursday afternoon.
On the one year anniversary of the Safe2Say program, Attorney General Josh Shapiro said “Safe2Say Something PA” has reached over 40,000 tips from across the Commonwealth.
Current ninth-grade students seeking to develop leadership skills and learn about their community can apply for Leadership Franklin County's Youth class of 2020-2021.
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce and its travel club has a message for local residents.
More than 15,000 people will flock to Downtown Chambersburg for dancing, dining and fun later this month while marveling at over 80 ice sculptures glistening on the sidewalks of Main Street.
The D.L. Martin Co. recognizes Terry Heidel as Employee of the Month for December. Terry lives in Shirleysburg and has nine years of service with the company.
On December 31, Coyle Free Library roared into the 20s with its second New Year’s Eve Gala celebration.
WellSpan Health was recognized this month for its efforts to keep employees safe in crisis situations.
Formed by a sisterhood, Black & Blush Boutique hopes to expand the sense of family to nearby businesses as it settles into its store on Chambersburg’s Main Street.
A dozen different projects will receive $267,000 in funding this year through Franklin County ‘s Tourism and Quality of Life Enhancement Grant.