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Pennsylvania State Police identified a couple found dead last month inside a recreational vehicle on the Pennsylvania Turnpike as Bruce Tolbert Frenchak Sr., 57, and Sheliene Zhanette Frenchak, 54, of Huntington Beach, California.
Area police kept busy this week investigating a series of thefts from vehicles. Police remind residents to lock their cars when they leave them.
College students from Wilson and Penn State Mont Alto will pitch their ideas for business startups next month in a low-stakes version of a popular television show.
Responding were Chambersburg Fire Department on the initial alarm, then Franklin, Marion, New Franklin and Letterkenny Fire Departments. Geisinger EMS was also on the scene.
A man seriously injured in a fatal October shooting in Shippensburg faces homicide and drug-related charges.
Veterans Day brings with it at least two parades on Monday and a memorial service tomorrow. The day brings with it closure of all state, federal and local government offices.
Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives continued its commitment to supporting first responders last week.
The Penn State Mont Alto men's basketball program had a sour taste in its mouth with how the team finished the 2018-19 season. The program returned to the PSUAC playoffs as well as the USCAA National Tournament, but was unsuccessful in bringing home a championship.
Todd Rowley, 55, of Donegal Township, Westmoreland County, has announced his candidacy as a 2020 Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District seat.
Franklin County Commissioners have named a 911 Center employee credited with helping save a man’s life last summer as its October Employee of the Month. Commissioners presented Makenzie Cleary with the award during a special ceremony this week.
One of two Shippensburg University students sought in what police called a drug-related shooting earlier this month is in Cumberland County Prison this week, charged with homicide.
What started as a fit of anger when a month-old puppy wet the bed in the early morning hours Tuesday and ended with an assault on a police officer landed a Waynesboro man in jail this week.
Area police are investigating a device fraud and report two arrests for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Franklin County Veterans Affairs is partnering with five Lowe's Home Improvement stores to help local veterans. Over 100 Lowe's volunteers will be in town this month to build kennel runs for the county's Save-A-Vet, Save-A-Pet program.