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A tractor-trailer and its contents, all electronic goods, were consumed by flames around 11:30 a.m. last Wednesday at the Blue Mountain Service Plaza along the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Newburg.

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VFW Post 6168 Commander Christian Nazario and Post Manager Mindy Danzberger coordinated the post’s first Red Cross blood drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday. Pictured is Joel Griffie of Newville donating blood during the drive. ‘We were excited to team up with the Red Cross and assist the c…

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Following a historic undefeated regular season and District 3 Class 5A Quarterfinals berth in 2019, the Greyhound football team is finally set to return this Friday when quarterback Zack Manning, pictured, leads the varsity team in a road meeting against the Waynesboro Indians at 7 p.m. The …

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An alleged suicidal Gaithersburg, Maryland man was arrested in York County early Wednesday morning after he fired shots at Pennsylvania State Police troopers.

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What can I say about Ted Alexander that hasn’t already been said? He was a well-respected historian who donated much of his time to not only the American Civil War, but the general history of the Cumberland Valley. He had a keen eye for historical accuracy when it came to living history even…

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The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Eric Hill, 31, of Plymouth, Candacelee Ellis, 34, of Plymouth, Thomas Evanchik, 40, of Kingston, Casey VanGorder, 25, of Wilkes-Barre, and Casey Read, 37, of Wilkes-Barre were indicted on Aug. 11,

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A zero-turn mower was destroyed by flames around 1:30 p.m. last Wednesday along the Rail-Trail in the 600 block of Britton Road, Shippensburg Township. The mower was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on the scene about one-half mile back off Britton Road. The operator of the…

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The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Robert L. Hayes Sr., 74, of Harrisburg, was sentenced on Sept. 21 to 10 years’ imprisonment followed by 15 years of supervised release by Chief U.S. District Court Judge John E. Jones III, on child exp…

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‘Tis the season for everything fall, and if it’s the taste of homemade goodness you happen to be craving this time of year, look no further than Cherry Grove Farm, a country treasure located just outside of Shippensburg on Cherry Grove Road.

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The Shippensburg Borough Authority recently received a competitive $25,000 grant through the Pennsylvania Coalition for Oral Health to help continue providing fluoride in the borough’s water supply.

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A barn and its contents were destroyed by flames last Friday morning on the property of Jones Harvesting LLC at 75 Goodyear Road in West Pennsboro Township, Newville.

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Newville police conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of Centerville Road at 6:28 p.m. Aug. 13, where police said the driver was not wearing clothes.

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If you have ever met Jerome Kater, you know what kind of person he is…a sweet, soft-spoken man whose heart is as big as his smile! He lives to serve others and would literally do anything to help anyone; an extraordinary man to say the least.

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The Oasis of Love Church, located at 303 S. Washington St., held its second annual “Move-Up” event for children and youth to celebrate their moving up to the next level of learning in the church Sunday School and youth programs.

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Tuesday marked the first day of school for Shippensburg area students. Many younger students made their way to the classroom, while older students did their schoolwork via an online platform. Quite a few families have opted to use the virtual format for their younger children, as well, with …

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Pennsylvania’s Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (AOPC) is advising the public to stay vigilant against a recently reported phone scam. The scam involves calls that “spoof” or mimic the AOPC’s telephone number. During the spoof call, known as a family imposter call, the caller cla…

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The driver of a U.S. Postal Service mail truck suffered moderate injuries when the truck was struck from behind by another vehicle this past Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Black Gap and Rock roads in Greene Township. The mail truck operator was quickly transported to WellSpan Chambe…

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One person suffered moderate injuries last Friday morning in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of East King and Washington streets in the Borough of Shippensburg. The accident occurred around 10:45 a.m., and the injured driver was transported to WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital. Shipp…

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More than 150 community residents, visitors and Veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Shippensburg Saturday to witness the unveiling and dedication of the Fallen Heroes of the Mid-Atlantic States Memorial. The beautifully designed monument is a …

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A group of Shippensburg area residents, most wearing purple shirts, held lighted white candles Tuesday evening as they walked from The Harbor to the King Street Gazebo to Light the Night for recovery awareness.

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Zachary Rhodes has participated in Scouts since he was in the 5th grade, starting as a Webelo Scout with Troop 120 in Shippensburg. Fast forward several years, and Zachary has advanced to the ultimate honor in Scouting, earning his Eagle Scout Badge.