Local author Sue James is strongly supportive of the work of Shippensburg’s Reins of Rhythm program.
What if there were a place where you could take your kids so they could get the full benefit of interacting with horses for a fraction of the cost of owning one? No boarding, feeding, farrier, or vet costs; just the petting, riding, grooming and fun.
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.
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.
Grieving children and their families are invited to join the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation for A Frozen Grief Journey.
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce and its travel club has a message for local residents.
Robert O’Neill, Former SEAL Team Six Leader, Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and a New York Times best-selling author, will be the evening’s guest and keynote speaker May 20, for The Manufacturers’ Associations’ 2020 Annual Event.
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.
WellSpan Health was recognized this month for its efforts to keep employees safe in crisis situations.
Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter has lots of adorable pets who are looking for forever homes.
Good news, kids - Santa's journey around the world has begun! He left the North Pole early today with his gift-laden sleigh and eight tiny reindeer, heading toward the South Pacific.
For some people fighting cancer, hope can be a hard thing to maintain. Appointments and treatments stretch out over chunks of time. Dennis Hartman is fighting metastatic bladder cancer and is receiving his second round of a new chemotherapy treatment. His positive attitude
With Christmas approaching, holiday tradition continued inside WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital last week. Pat O’Donnell dressed up as Santa to spread holiday cheer in the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
The Secretary of Agriculture, Russell Redding, and Pennsylvania State Veterinarian, Dr. Kevin Brightbill, joined Santa Claus and his nine reindeer at Hersheypark Christmas Candylane to announce that they have received a clean bill of health and are cleared for take-off on December 24.
Change is in the air in Chambersburg come July 4, 2020. The annual Independence Day fireworks show will be back, under the umbrella of the borough’s recreation department.
Next month’s holiday honoring civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated as a day of service in Franklin County.
The final year of the decade is about to come to a close, but not without some pop and sizzle at Mainstreet Waynesboro’s annual Boro Blast.
Totem Pole Playhouse’s national award-winning production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is coming to the Maryland Theatre this month.
The Shippensburg Band invites the public to ring in the season by attending a concert featuring favorite holiday music. All performances are free and open to the public.
Its that time of year when families load the kids in the car after dinner and drive around looking at homes lit with colored lights and festive lawn, and sometimes roof, lights.
For 28 years, Greencastle‘s annual Heritage Christmas celebration has put area residents in the holiday spirit with music, lights and holiday cheer.