WellSpan Health and Shippensburg University partnered earlier this month to focus on the women in the community.
Pennsylvania State Police said a 46-year-old Newville woman succumbed to injuries she suffered in a two-vehicle crash that occurred in the 2000 block of Walnut Bottom Road in Dickinson Township Friday afternoon.
The conclusion of several depot maintenance programs and projected reductions in other systems will result in a potential reduction or reassignment of up to 323 contract personnel at Letterkenny Army Depot in fiscal year 2020.
Further enhancing early childhood education across Pennsylvania is a vital step in helping children discover a love of lifelong learning on their journey to becoming global citizens in an increasingly interconnected world.
A Shippensburg Area Middle School student was arrested Monday morning after Pennsylvania State Police were notified of a reported threat made to the school on social media over the weekend.
Four people were displaced and one cat was rescued when a two-alarm fire broke out in a row home in the 100 block of South East Street in Carlisle Borough Sunday afternoon. Sadly, a second cat perished in the fire.
Shippensburg police are investigating an incident where shots were fired from a passenger vehicle at an apartment complex building in the 300 block of North Fayette Street at 11 p.m. Tuesday.
During a luncheon last Friday, the Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition (SCRC) discussed updates to community organizations, with a focus on the health and wellbeing of the community.
Donna Sommerville, assistant zoning officer/code enforcement officer for the Borough of Shippensburg, recently provided information on the rezoning approval process for the Lurgan Avenue request to revitalize a portion of the Franklin Clothing Co.
Holly Garner, director of Grace B. Luhrs Elementary School, presented student project and progression highlights at the Feb. 10 Shippensburg school board meeting.
Local business representatives came together last Thursday to meet and begin bidding on a contract with Transource Energy, a Pennsylvania utility company that is executing a local project to reduce congestion on the transmission grid and decrease electricity costs for customers in power zones.
Members of the Cumberland Valley Grange and Christ United Methodist Church came together Saturday for a Valentine party in the church on East King Street. The party featured many delicious chocolate-themed treats, homemade soups, snacks and fun games. Lizzie Bailey of the Grange provided inf…
Thanks to the Hound Packs program in the Shippensburg Area School District, more than 100 food insecure children are able to have nutritional meals over the weekend.
Rutter’s convenience stores have issued a statement involving a data breach recently discovered at a number of locations, including the Shippensburg store and two Carlisle stores in Cumberland County, as well as several in Franklin County.
Fusing together in art and fellowship, SHAPE Art Gallery held an opening reception last Friday for Shippensburg University students to display their sculptural assemblages in “Relics From the Rubble.”
Chief Michael Lee assumed the lead of the Shippensburg University Police Department last year, upon the retirement of longtime Chief Cytha Grissom.
Hundreds and hundreds of people have brought smiles to 8-year-old Haley Detman’s face as she recovers from severe injuries she suffered in a Feb. 2 tractor accident.
Our FFA chapter at Shippensburg Area Senior High School is largely involved with leadership events, community service, agricultural-based competitions, and advocating for agriculture. This past weekend, 12 of our members attended a leadership event, the Agricultural Corp. Establishing Succes…
Representatives from Patriot Federal Credit Union spoke to the Shippensburg Borough Council Feb. 4 to discuss installing a digital message sign in the west end of town to promote upcoming area events.
Global healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline plans to close its facility on Allen Road in Carlisle by 2021, and move the plant’s operations to Puerto Rico.
Developers brought a proposal to Shippensburg Borough Council Feb. 4 in hopes of rejuvenating a portion of the Franklin Clothing Co. warehouse on Lurgan Avenue.
In Heinzsight, a large hot dog on wheels is probably not something you would expect to see while taking a trip to pick up groceries.
Football season is officially over, with the Kansas City Chiefs reigning as champions, and Patrick Mahomes can check going to Disney World off his bucket list. Here in our part of the world, we have a wonderful team of champions, too!
Efforts are currently underway to collect enough signatures from residents of Southampton (Franklin) and Greene townships in hopes of adding a referendum to the April 28 Primary ballot that would allow alcohol sales in the dry municipalities.
Several Shippensburg cheerleaders were proud to be chosen to represent the town last month and kick off the New Year on two different trips of a lifetime.
The operator of this motorcycle suffered unknown injuries after he crashed the bike at the intersection of Park Heights and U.S. 11 in the West End of Shippensburg Tuesday. Chief Jamie White of West End Fire & Rescue said the accident was dispatched at 11:54 a.m., and the motorcycle was …
United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced last week that Philip Elvin Riehl, 68, of Bethel Township, Berks County, former majority owner of the shuttered Trickling Springs Creamery in Chambersburg, was charged by Information with conspiracy, securities fraud, and wire fraud, stemmi…
Gov. Tom Wolf called upon Pennsylvanians Tuesday to imagine a better commonwealth – one with a stronger workforce, better schools, safer communities, and more opportunities for everyone – and then laid out an ambitious agenda for his 2020-21 budget that moves Pennsylvania toward that vision.
The Shippensburg Area School District supervisor of nursing services said she does not know why a former school nurse addressed the school board Jan. 27, and claimed the department is understaffed.
Representatives for Reynolds Solutions, powered by SiteLogiq, came before the school board at the Jan. 27 meeting to present a feasibility study update on how they can improve the energy of the school district buildings, which will ultimately help students learn better.
More than 100 Dickinson College students joined together Friday afternoon to support Rose McAvoy, a Dickinson College student who was sexually assaulted and believes the Title IX process at Dickinson is “broken.”
Jan. 25 was a day for women to bond and connect in Shippensburg as they enjoyed the second annual Uprise Women’s Retreat at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center at Shippensburg University.
An 8-year-old Penn Township girl was flown to Penn State Hershey Medical Center Sunday afternoon after suffering serious injuries in a tractor accident that occurred in Southampton (Cumberland) Township.
Reps. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) and Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) participated in a meeting Tuesday at the White House. They shared with presidential advisers information about Pennsylvania’s criminal justice initiatives, including the Clean Slate Act that clears a person’s criminal record …