Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites the public to explore South Mountain in Stories of the Mountain Tour.
The Franklin County Historical Society will host an event, the Cruisin’ the Peanut Circuit on September 14 from 12 to 5 p.m. at The Old Jail, 175 East King Street.
September is National Library Card Month! To celebrate, the Franklin County Library System is having two Fine Free Weeks from September 9 - 21, 2019.
Keystone Health has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards.
William Chua, Assistant Director of Diagnostic Imaging at WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital retired last month after 38 years of service. The radiology staff at WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital threw a party for their boss William Chua when he retired recently.
A unique program hosted by WellSpan Summit Health encourages medical students to consider practicing medicine in a rural setting, hopefully within the Franklin County Community.
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.
A $500,000 grant will allow WellSpan Summit Health to continue to make improvements to a large medical campus, in the north end of Chambersburg.
This month, Totem Pole Playhouse will offer the largest production ever staged at the historic 69-year-old playhouse.
The Chambersburg Community Theater is calling all actors and actresses to audition for this years Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical.
Keystone Health President and CEO Joanne Cochran has struggled with vertigo sporadically since she was a young adult.
Last year’s inaugural Pride Franklin County hosted more than 1,000 people from the region at Wilson College. Food trucks sold out and the kegs were kicked. The event organizers plan on a larger crowd for the second year.
When Kaylee Hawk woke up the morning of her tonsillectomy and arrived at WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital, she had some reservations.
Every three years, when the Greencastle-Antrim community celebrates Old Home Week, it maintains a tradition which dates back to 1902 (when it was first known as the Old Boys Reunion).
Community fairs and festivals just seem to go with summer, from carnivals sponsored by local fire companies and community associations to larger agricultural-based community and county fairs.
The third offering in Totem Pole Playhouse’s new Friday Fun Nights series will feature Barbi McCulloch’s cabaret-style show, Always Find a Song.
Friends and family cheered along McKinley Street as more than 100 runners sprinted through Chambersburg to cross the finish line of the 16th Annual Tim & Susan Cook Memorial One-Mile Racecourse.
Visitors to the downtown Farmer's Market will have a chance to interact with Chambersburg Police Department officers today.