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Multiple barn animals perished last Saturday when a large fire broke out in an outbuilding fire at 98 Quigley Road, Hopewell Township, Newburg. at around 11:43 p.m.

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[Shippensburg, PA] – The Bartos Child and Family Center located on the campus of Shippensburg University and managed by the Shippensburg University Foundation, has again earned full accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)—the world's largest or…

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The Shippensburg Area School Board welcomed the return of Dr. Michael Lyman to fill a board member vacancy Monday. The vacancy resulted from the recent passing of board member Dwayne Burt, and Lyman was chosen to fill the seat until the next municipal election in November.

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FRANKLIN COUNTY – The Cumberland Valley Business Alliance (CVBA) is pleased to announce two upcoming trips to see the unforgettable European Christmas Markets and experience an exciting inter-island Hawaiian cruise.

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A  female operator sustained minor injuries last Saturday in a one-vehicle crash around 2:04 a.m. at the intersection of Orrstown Road and Blind Lane in Southampton Township.

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An unknown driver suffered moderate injuries after hitting a tree last Thursday evening at the intersection of Ritner Highway and Cramer Road in Southampton Township, according to officials. 

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The spirit of Ben Franklin is alive and well, and his look-alike is also doing well! He was the happy soul who greeted visitors with a hearty smile and big hello as they came through the doors at the Franklin County Visitors Bureau on Tuesday.

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The landscape in downtown Shippensburg continues to change, and before 2023 rolled in, crews were busy beginning the clearing process of the former Thought Lot and Beistle Company site on Orange Street, making way for the future home of Citrus Grove, a new senior housing community slated for the

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Harrisburg, PA – At the 107th Pennsylvania Farm Show Jan. 13, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced $1.8 million in targeted investments over three years to help Pennsylvania farmers and processors voluntarily transition to growing and producing organic products, building on moment…

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I have served as a prosecutor in Franklin County for over 20 years and have had the honor of being the elected District Attorney since 2009. I have sworn multiple oaths to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and the Pennsylvania Constitution, and my sole, sole…

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Multiple fire companies were dispatched to Ray's Mini Mart at 75 Grandview Avenue in Chambersburg for a building fire around 8:37 a.m. last Thursday. 

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Little Daisy's Closet invites everyone for an evening of good food and fellowship during its benefit spaghetti dinner Tuesday, Jan. 24 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Scotland Community Center. 

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Is there a wedding in your future? If so, you probably have lots of questions to ask and an endless to-do list. Planning a wedding, big or small, can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be! Check out the upcoming Bridal Garage Sale happening Jan. 22 at the Southampton Township Cumberl…

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Shippensburg Historical Society’s Hands on History program proved to be a fun and experimental event for those who visited the Stewart House on Saturday to pen their New Year’s resolution.

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At the opening weekend of the 107th PA Farm Show, the American Dairy Association North East and Feeding Pennsylvania announced a record of over $201,000 raised to kick off the 2023 Fill a Glass with Hope campaign joined by Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding.

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At just after noon on Jan. 5, Chambersburg Police and Fire departments responded to the 1000 block of Wayne Avenue for an incident involving two pedestrians. The initial investigation revealed that both pedestrians were struck by a vehicle while attempting to cross the roadway mid-block and …

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Commuters Friday morning were met with a snarl of traffic as an overturned tractor trailer blocked the I-81 southbound Exit 59 Ramp to Rt581 East. 

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Jan. 5, local artist Andrea Weaver, presents the Coy Public Library of Shippensburg with a stunning painting of the historic beautiful library! This one-of-a-kind piece of art is painted on a slate roof tile from the carriage house

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Austen and Brianne Brantner were anxiously awaiting the arrival of their first child in January, after the hustle and bustle of the Christmas holiday. 

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With sadness, the Shippensburg Area School Board announced the passing of one of their own, longtime school director William “Dwayne” Burt during its meeting Monday.

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Kara (Mathna) and Chrisopher of Sunset South Carolina, formerly of Fayetteville, welcomed a daughter Joy Piper Reeder on Oct. 2, 2022 at home. She weighed 9 pounds, 11 ounces and was 22 inches long. 

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Harrisburg, PA – At the opening ceremony for the 2023 Pennsylvania Farm Show Jan. 7, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by youth agriculture leaders and state and federal elected officials for a celebration of progress for the industry that feeds and fuels the commonwealth.