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The Shippensburg Police have announced that Heather Keppley has been found after a week of searching for her. Other local police departments have reported a variety of crimes throughout Franklin County.
Police are looking for a small orange SUV today occupied by two men and a woman.
Helping women find clothes they truly love and feel good in has always been a passion for Penny Shaul.
Local authorities are looking for a Heather Keppley reported missing on Sept. 9th. Local police are looking for information about a stolen bike battery, vandalism of a mailbox, investigate a pedestrian accident and recover a lost ID.
This week’s business spotlight is on Korey Paff’s new State Farm agency in Shippensburg.
Dr. Dion Betts has a goal this month. It’s Literacy Month, so he wants to read to every Chambersburg Area School District kindergarten child, all 750 of them.
A Waynesboro woman faces almost 100 different charges, most of them felonies, in connection with the theft of opioid pills police said she stole from her employer, a Waynesboro pharmacy.
Community partners have the backs of the men and women in blue who diligently serve and protect Chambersburg.
A fight in which a local came out of bloodied and bruised Friday led not only to her assailants arrest on assault charges, but to a drug bust that netted 418 grams of marijuana.
Police investigated a number of crimes recently, including the theft of a truck from the same parking lot twice in one week.
A big, black drug-sniffing local K9 officer looked pretty pleased with himself in a photo released this weekend by Chambersburg Police Department.
Data show that youth who report frequently bullying others and those who report being frequently bullied are both at increased risk for suicide-related behavior. September is Suicide Awareness Month, and as part of the priority to lead conversation on suicide prevention, WellSpan Health is encouraging parents to remind their children to spread kindness instead of rumors in an effort to stop bullying and help prevent suicide.
The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce is looking for area residents who love to decorate their homes for Christmas.
A preliminary hearing is set for next Tuesday for a woman accused of threatening to shoot medical office employees.
Area police are looking for a missing woman have a bible they would like the owner to claim and have investigated several crimes recently.
Twenty paintings by local artist Sherrie Devor is currently on exhibit in the main hallway at Chambersburg Hospital.
Area police are asking for the public’s help in identifying an alleged shoplifter and finding the person who illegally dumped a television last week. One person was arrested recently in Waynesboro.
County Commissioner Bob Thomas will run a write-in campaign for re-election on November 5.
A man who interfered with a murder investigation Sunday in Chambersburg is behind bars tonight.
Between 40 and 50 firefighters from half a dozen fire companies fought flames that pretty well gutted the second on floor of an apartment building on Lincoln Way West Sunday.
Local residents want the focus in their schools shifted from buildings to children.
Area police investigated a number of minor crimes and would like to return a lost motorcycle jacket to its rightful owner.
Grove Family Library is sponsoring a First Responders Appreciation give away in September.
The three-story, 45,000-square.-foot health center officially opens Sept. 9 with an open house featuring free health screenings and tours of the state-of-the-art facility.
Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) will host his 2019 Senior Fair on Friday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department social hall, 101 W. Main St., Fayetteville.
Local police have been busy this month, investigating a number of crimes. Police blotters include incidents in which a local resident tried to pass herself off as a police officer, several assaults and retail thefts and numerous summary offenses.