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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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Mechanicsburg, PA – Cumberland County book and garden lovers are encouraged to participate in the 10th annual Longwood Gardens’ 2023 Community Read - a program designed to encourage reading for pleasure and to start a conversation. This year, readers can look at how food is a connector of pe…

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Harrisburg, PA – PennDOT county maintenance offices in District 8’s south central Pennsylvania region will host open houses each Tuesday for those interested in permanent or temporary maintenance positions with the department. These events will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Trinity Fellowship Center in Walnut Bottom will be hosting a take-out chicken barbecue benefit meal on Sunday, Feb. 12, between 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Profits and additional donations from the event will go to a former pastor of Trinity UMC who lives in Florida in his retirement. Pastor Harold and…

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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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The St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church of Shippensburg hosted a free Christmas Day dinner to those that might not have had the privilege to have their own dinner, including low income families.

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WISHING YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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The Borough of Newburg's 20th annual Tree Lighting takes place on Friday, Dec. 25 at 7 p.m. on the Village Green.

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As the community prepares to deck the halls with all manner of festive cheer, the Shippensburg Arts and Programming (SHAPE) Gallery welcomed all for the opening reception of its annual Give the Gift of Art holiday exhibition Nov. 11.

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The Shippensburg Flags for Heroes were strewn all over the place due to high winds that blew through the area on Nov. 13. The strong gusts took down 12 of the flags - a Good Samaritan picked them up and took them to the police station, with the intention of not wanting them to be left on the…

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Welcome back readers! I find it hard to believe that as we wake up tomorrow, Nov. 24, Thanksgiving Day will be starring us right in the face! All that turkey and stuffing, potatoes, gravy, baked corn and pumpkin pie…I just can’t wait. Makes me hungry just thinking about it!

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The Old Court House in Shippensburg, a historical landmark that dates back to the 1700s when it was built by Samuel Perry, was the recipient of a much-needed facelift last week to help the stone structure remain vibrant for decades to come. Listed on the National Register of Historical Place…

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Out of 73 reporting precincts, Election Day last Tuesday saw a total turnout of 65.52 percent of registered voters in Franklin County, according to unofficial results published by the Franklin County Board of Elections.  

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Shippensburg Area School District (SASD) school board approved entering into formal negotiations with the Shippensburg Borough Council to establish a School Resource Officer (SRO) Program with the Shippensburg Borough Police Department Nov. 9.

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 Out of 118 reporting precincts, Election Day last Tuesday saw a total turnout of 62.69 percent of registered voters in Cumberland County, according to unofficial results published by the Cumberland County Bureau of Elections.