Doug Mastriano was quickly welcomed to the Pennsylvania Senate following his landslide win over Democrat Sarah Hammond Tuesday.
State Rep. Paul Schemel will address criminal justice reform efforts during a town hall meeting Thursday. Schemel will talk about initiatives underway.
Attendees can expect to see demonstrations including article searches, drug locating and suspect apprehensions.
Janelle Friese was chosen as the county government's Employee of the Month for April. It was presented by Franklin County Commissioners on behalf of the Special Thanks And Recognition (STAR) Committee.
A voter may apply for and receive an absentee ballot for the upcoming 2019 Municipal Primary Election/Special Election if they are registered to vote and fall into one of the following criteria
A new audit of PennDOT says it could repair more highways and structurally deficient bridges with money it has been forced to pay to State Police.
Voting machines in Franklin County will be in place in time for November's general election.
Today is the last day to register for the May 21 Primary election. Here's where you can go and how to do it
Local residents can expect some detours around town this summer with major road work expected on ten roads.
To help keep harmful vaping products out of the hands of minors, the House this week passed legislation that would add “electronic nicotine delivery systems” (ENDS) to the law that currently makes it illegal to sell tobacco products to minors.
Three local communities will receive state grants for projects that will improve roads and help create jobs, Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-89, said this week.
Chambersburg Police Department Sgt. Jon Greenawalt graduated February from the School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) at Northwestern University
Time is limited for nonprofits to apply for CDBG funds. March 15 is the deadline for projects that will qualify for part of the anticipated $350,000 in funds that Chambersburg expects to get as part of this year's Community Development Block Grant program.