The community was invited to learn of the social services offered right here in Shippensburg on Saturday during the Better Together Festival, held in the Katie’s Place and Memorial Lutheran Church parking lot on South Penn Street.
The hills near Caledonia really are alive with The Sound of Music as an incredible cast delivers an unforgettable show for the whole family.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection recently announced that $1,058,720 in funding has been awarded to 13 projects across Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia …
Summertime is officially here, and the colors of the season are in full bloom! No one knows that better than Lucinda and Dennis Halteman, owners of the newest and cutest little business venture in Newburg, East Main Blooms.
The Amish Outlaws stopped their performance during the Fayetteville Firemen’s Carnival earlier this month to salute a pair of Pennsylvania State Police troopers.
Throughout the month of June, the Franklin County Coalition for Progress (FCCP) is engaging the community to celebrate Pride month through the Franklin County Welcoming Project (https://www.pridefranklincounty.org/fc-welcoming-project), an awareness and acceptance campaign to increase visibi…
Cumberland County welcomed 39 new citizens last Friday during its annual Naturalization Ceremony. The new citizens, representing 23 countries, took their oath in the county’s Historic Courthouse and received certificates of naturalization from Cumberland County Prothonotary Dale Sabadish.
On May 25 and 26, the Shippensburg Historical Society welcomed 200 eighth-graders from Shippensburg Area Middle School for a morning of programs and activities related to Shippensburg history and historical interpretation. The students cycled through four stations during their visits, includ…
A sunny day in June, a change of venue, and an abundant selection of vintage, decked out, souped up and classic automobiles seemed to be a winning combination for Cover’s 18th Annual Car Show held at Doublin Gap Motocross Park Sunday.
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One of America’s oldest patriotic and fraternal societies is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year with different camps in the organization.
Shippensburg Area School District’s Superintendent Dr. Chris Suppo has concluded his career in public education as of June 3 after three years of serving as the district’s leader.
The pandemic is in the rearview, and things are finally getting back to a fairly significant state of normalcy, and for members of the Ulman 4K4 Cancer Biking Team, they couldn’t be happier!
As an alternative to traditional dances for families, the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation held its third Blue Butterfly Ball on Sunday in support of grieving families who have lost a loved one.
Scott Miller was sworn in Tuesday as the newest police chief of the Shippensburg Police Department, and looks forward to engaging with officers, residents and local leaders and officials to help reach positive goals for the community.
Members and friends of Memorial Lutheran Church celebrated the church’s 250th Anniversary last weekend with a warm and inviting fellowship meal Saturday evening, where many current and former members – along with some former pastors – shared their memories of the beloved church in Shippensburg.
Iconic country singer Patsy Cline was tragically taken from us way too soon in a plane crash in 1963, at the young age of 30.
Seniors of Shippensburg Area Senior High School concluded their high school careers May 25 as they made their way across the stage during the 140th SASHS commencement ceremony ready to go off in the real world and accomplish even more.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the homicide of 41-year-old Kyline Avey of Newburg, a corrections lieutenant at Franklin County Jail.
Monday marked Memorial Day, and Shippensburg residents gathered at various ceremonies throughout town to honor the memory of those who fought for our freedoms. Monday afternoon started with patriotic tunes by the Shippensburg Town Band, followed by the Marine-Navy Service and concluding with…
During the annual Memorial Day service honoring Shippensburg’s fallen African American soldiers Monday, guests were also present for history in the making as Locust Grove Cemetery was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Shippensburg Joint Veterans Council hosted the annual Memorial Day Service on Monday at Spring Hill Cemetery to reflect on those who have fought for our country, and to honor the Veterans who have passed on since last year’s Memorial Day.
The National Weather Service confirmed that a EF0 tornado with winds at 70 mph struck the area of New Franklin last Friday afternoon, with the majority of the damage done in the area of Hartzok and Grindstone Hill roads.
The charging documents in a case against Larry “Koo Koo Bird” Burns of Chambersburg in the February homicide of Frankie Dean Thomas, 37, of Fayetteville, and Eddie Lee Shaw, 54, of Chambersburg have been unsealed.
Members of the Newburg community had the opportunity to enjoy another meaningful Memorial Day observance in the borough on Sunday, as more than 100 people gathered on the Village Green for the annual worship service.
The 2022 EMS Week theme was “Rising Above the Challenge,” and last week during EMS week, Shippensburg Area EMS staff did some theme interpretation of their own.
What do fresh-cut flowers and hanging baskets, local produce, delicious baked goods, a vintage restaurant and Blue Mountain have in common?
Danielle Ashley Reeder, 33, of Shippensburg has been charged with endangering the welfare of children after locking her 7-year-old son outside while she was drunk.
Jeremy ‘JT’ Thomas and Gracie Johnson were crowned the 2022 Prom King and Queen Saturday during Shippensburg Area Senior High School’s prom at Beistle Co. JT is the son of Jeremy and Sharmeica Thomas, and Gracie is the daughter of Ryan and Christie Johnson. The theme was: ‘An Evening in the …
The year 2021 marked the 250th anniversary of the Lutheran Church in Shippensburg. This year, after a year in the making, members of the church will finally have their time to shine. The 250th anniversary committee, comprised of small group of members, began brainstorming ideas for what they…
Franklin County senator Doug Mastriano won Tuesday’s GOP nomination for governor of Pennsylvania during the primary election. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman easily secured the Democratic nod for U.S. Senate. However, in the Republican race, it is still unclear who the winner is. Candidates Dr. Mehm…
Shippensburg Area Middle School students’ schedule took them back to the 1860s Thursday to visit the Civil War era for the school’s 19th Annual Living History, Civil War Day.
Runners and walkers from near and far are invited to the Newville Trailhead this Saturday to support the Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council and the Newville Economic Development Authority.
The Board of Governors of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education last week unanimously selected Dr. Charles E. Patterson to be the next president of Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, effective immediately.
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate the women who brought us into this world, or those who raised us as their own.