Sophomore guard Alyssa Nori netted 8 points for the Lady Greyhounds in the 49-34 victory on the road against Boiling Springs.
Shippensburg FFA members who earned their First Year Jackets last week at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg are, from left: Lindsie Hill, Zach Levy, Kimberly Shank, Marissa Black, Caden Yonish and Haley Bode.
Gov. Tom Wolf was joined by state and national ‘It’s On Us’ initiative leaders, including SU President Laurie Carter (far left) last Wednesday to announce nearly $1M in grants to combat campus sexual assault at 38 colleges and universities.
The Cumberland Valley Hose Co. station on West King Street was constructed in 1949 by the Borough of Shippensburg. C.V. Hose will move into the Vigilant Hose Co. Station on Walnut Bottom Road by Jan. 1, 2020.
Pictured at a melting ice throne that was a majestic fire bird at last year’s IceFest in Chambersburg are the Watkins family of Hagerstown, clockwise, from left: mother Joy; Andrew, 15; father, Frank; Adrianna, 18; Jozlyn, 12; Flint 4; and Jeanette, 10.
Jared McAlister of DiMartino Ice Co. sculpted two intricate starfish out of an ice block during the inaugural Carve-Off last year at IceFest in downtown Chambersburg. McAlister's sculpture won the 30-minute ice-carving competition, and he is pictured receiving the Carve-Off trophy from Penny…