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A data breach compromised personal credit card information at eight local Rutter’s convenience stores for seven months in 2018-19. The information came to light after Rutter's announced Thursday that it had experienced a major breach in its credit card payment system.
Franklin County Emergency Services Telecommunicator Brady Strite is the county’s Employee of the Month for January.
Franklin County Commissioners approved a grant through the Human Services Community Block Grant to fund the Keystone Foster Grandparents program.
Justin Slep, Director of the Franklin County Office of Veterans Affairs, has been appointed to the newly established Advisory Committee on the Coordination of Veterans Services.
Franklin County’s Chief Juvenile Probation Officer, Kathleen “Kati” McGrath, is Pennsylvania’s 2019 Chief Probation Officer of the Year.
Franklin and Fulton County’s newest judge took her place Friday on the bench with the 39th Judicial District Court of Common Pleas.
A dozen different projects will receive $267,000 in funding this year through Franklin County ‘s Tourism and Quality of Life Enhancement Grant.
Weather experts say we could get about an inch of snow across Franklin County by morning. But they warn it will probably be mixed with freezing rain just at the time everyone is getting ready to go to work.
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation's High School Business Challenge is back for 2020!
Franklin County Commissioners approved a tentative 2020 $157,971,700 budget on Tuesday. This represents a $5.7 million decrease from the preliminary budget proposed in October.
Veterans Affairs Coordinator Tara Goetz is Franklin County’s November Employee of the Month.
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.
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.
Child abuse is a serious problem in Franklin County. We see hundreds of cases reported every year. It's all about changing the way people think about and respond to child sexual assault
Three area companies have submitted the lowest bids for a new county administration building.
Pulling trash and debris out of the Conocheague Creek is a labor of love for Eric Grace and members of his Creek Cleanup Project.
Former Boy Scout leader and retired businessman Charles Q. Smith could lose his 2011 Chambersburg Citizen of the Year award as a result of allegations that he sexually abused young boys several decades ago.
The Franklin County Procurement Department is announcing a new partnership with Public Purchase, an e-procurement system to help streamline the county’s purchasing process.
John Wayne Strawser was found guilty by a Franklin County jury this afternoon of murdering Timothy Davison in 2014.
Nonprofit organizations and municipalities located within Franklin County whose mission and operations are related to tourism or the improvement of quality of life experiences for county residents are eligible to apply.
Commissioners got 18 bids from area contractors for various work including plumbing, electrical, HVAC, elevator, and general construction.
The Upper Strasburg Senior Activity Center will be open full time starting August 1, 2019. Hours will be 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Vector Management has reported two mosquito samples collected in Franklin County have tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Franklin County Commissioners reviewed floor plans this week for a new 35,772 square-foot administration complex at North Second and Grant Streets.
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau completed the 2019 Visitors Guide, the largest and most inclusive publication to help visitors explore Franklin County.
The National Weather Service in State College PA has issued a Flood Advisory for southwestern Adams County and the southeastern part of Franklin County this evening.
A new report shows 30 percent of Franklin County households are struggling to survive.
Being part of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania’s PA Counties Risk Pool Unemployment Trust is paying off for Franklin County. Franklin County has received an average of $49,665 per year since 2015 from the unemployment compensation trust fund.
The county’s ambitious project to digitally archive more than two centuries of accumulated records is giving area residents a chance to get an unusual look into the past.
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