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On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Chief Ron Camacho will host a town hall-style meeting at 6 p.m. at the Chambersburg Recreation Center, 235 S. Third Street.
Police reports include news that a runaway teen has been found safe, and a report of an arrest for resisting arrest and punching a police officer.
A Waynesboro teen is in custody in connection with an early morning robbery today. Police have an arrest warrant for a second man.
Area law enforcement agencies are looking for a runaway, investigating the theft of a bike and other crimes this week.
Fugitive Octavian Perez was taken into custody at noon today in Virginia, according to police.
Transource opponents are offering residents an opportunity to ride along the proposed high-voltage power line route next month.
A local man who tried to commit suicide by stabbing himself when Chambersburg police came to his house to arrest him last month will have a preliminary hearing next week.
Police agencies across the county investigated vehicle crashes and criminal incidents ranging from DUIs and high speed chases to child abuse this week.
Local residents leaned something Thursday. Building a playground together is a lot of hard work, but lots of fun.
John Wayne Strawser was found guilty by a Franklin County jury this afternoon of murdering Timothy Davison in 2014.
Local party Disc Jockey Donovan Yaukey is once again a top 12 Finalist for “DJ Entertainer of the Year” at the International Disc Jockey Conference.
Leslye Granja DeSantis, of Cars & Coffee Southern Pennsylvania, called turnout for Saturday's Cars, Cops and Coffee event "fabulous."
Lock your doors turn on your outside lights and spend the evening outside with friends, family, police and emergency services personnel.
The Square in downtown Greencastle was packed Saturday for a ribbon-cutting and celebration that kicked off Old Home Week.
National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for southeastern as well as the northern part of Franklin County tonight.
Former Borough Manager Julio Lecuona passed away last night, according to current Borough Manager Jeff Stonehill. Chambersburg's first borough Manager, Julio Lecuona, died Thursday following an illness. He was 78.
Timothy “Asti” Davison’s last words rang out in Franklin County Court Monday afternoon as a 911 recording was played during the first day of his accused killer’s trial.
More than 5 1/2-years after Timothy “Asti” Davidson was murdered, and almost four years after a West Virginia man was charged in his death, a trial in the case finally begins this week.