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Who knew that after all these years the taste of a Bigler’s Hoagie would be something that people in Shippensburg still long for? Last weekend, beginning on Friday and running through noon on Saturday, Shippensburg Church of the Brethren hosted its fourth annual Bigler’s Hoagie sale that net…

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Gov. Tom Wolf announced this week his intention to name George Little to serve as Acting Secretary of the Department of Corrections (DOC). Little will replace outgoing Corrections Secretary John Wetzel, who is leaving to enter the private sector. 

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Newburg is gearing up for a fun weekend, especially from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 18, when the second annual Labor of Love Event gets underway at Hopewell Township Park.

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Joe Neville and Eric Weller bring a wealth of knowledge to their new roles as the director and assistant director, respectively, of the Shippensburg Community Parks and Recreation Authority (SCPRA). 

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Eight-year-old Lucille “Lucy” Kuhn of Shippensburg ran her own lemonade stand in downtown Shippensburg last month. The young entrepreneur collected more than $900 that was donated to the cause of her choice, the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter.

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What a difference a year makes! After enduring more than a year of the pandemic, and all of the challenges and disruptions that came with it, 2021 is really looking up! No one would agree more with this statement than Diana Nazario of Branch Creek Place in Shippensburg.

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Several inches of rain were dumped in the Shippensburg and surrounding areas Wednesday as Tropical Depression Ida moved up the East Coast. A vehicle is seen driving beneath the South Fayette Street railroad underpass that began to pool with water Wednesday afternoon. Ida made landfall near N…

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Shippensburg University (SU) recently received a $25,000 community improvement grant from the GIANT Co. and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful to launch a student-led composting project called ShipCompost. The university was one of only 42 applicants from across the state selected to receive funding.

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Two girls, ages unknown, suffered serious injuries when their horse-and-buggy was involved in an accident with a vehicle in the 9200 block of Rowe Run Road in Southampton (Franklin) Township just after 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

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Cpl. Scott Wolfe of the Shippensburg Police Department was recognized as Interim Police Chief during the Aug. 17 borough council meeting until a new chief is sworn in.

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The year was 1971. What specific events do you remember happening 50 years ago? Walt Disney World opened in Florida, anti-war protesters marched in Washington, D.C., NASDAQ was established in New York City and Apollo 14 began its way back to earth after landing on the moon.

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Stone by stone, Susan Stump and Madison Bishop celebrated the completion of their labor of love -- a restored pathway using original pieces of the more than 250-year-old Octagonal School in Newburg -- by etching the year 2021 into the wet concrete.

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This weekend marks the second annual Ship Sales event in downtown Shippensburg. Pictured is Vanessa Albright shopping at Raspberry Jam during the first summer Ship Sales event last year. Head out to downtown Shippensburg this Friday, Aug. 20, and Saturday, Aug. 21, to see what Shippensburg h…

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Interim President Dr. Charles Patterson issued the following message to incoming students, faculty and staff pertaining to the university’s decision to institute a mask mandate as students prepare to come back to campus this week:

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The Kislak Co. Inc. recently announced the sale of Raider House Apartments, a multi-family property with 24 units located at 20 Britton Road in Shippensburg for $2,150,000.

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Next Thursday marks the start of a new school year for Shippensburg Area School District students and staff to enjoy the new things ahead as this year will look as close to normal as possible with full in-person learning. 

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The 63rd Annual Shippensburg Fair is now part of history, but before the fair closed on Saturday, July 31, numerous folks from both Shippensburg and beyond made their way into the history books by winning top awards at the fair. One of those winners was Luke Garman who was one of the winners…

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The News-Chronicle’s own Kim Spencer was busy baking many delicious goodies in her kitchen last weekend, preparing to enter them into the Shippensburg Community Fair. She was tickled to earn Best of Show for her homemade peach pie. Kim is one mean baker … her blue ribbon apple pie earned her…

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Concerns were expressed by citizens and Vice Chairman Jean Foschi on the sale of the Claremont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (CNRC) during the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners finance meeting last Wednesday where the board voted 2-1 to transfer operations of the facility to Allai…