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3 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
In 1764, Franklin County was the frontier of colonial America, inhabited by Scots-Irish, German, Irish, and Welsh immigrants and remained the hunting grounds of Native American tribes, in particular the Lenni Lenape, known also as the Delaware.
7 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
Dick Hoover, Fort Loudon, served in the Air Force during the Korean War. Hoover handled his security dog, Pess, during his service.
9 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
The school board on Wednesday approved the $28,710 purchase for the AED units and alarmed cases they will be stored in, plus an additional $4,350 for pediatric pads to go with each.
CHAMBERSBURG >> The defense took over later in the morning Thursday, during day two of the Howard Wesley Weedon III trial.
HARRISBURG >> West Nile virus is being detected early and often this summer, at the same time that the Pennsylvania Department of Health is warning about another mosquito-borne illness.
Franklin County's Jr. firefighters get dress for a training exercise at the Franklin County Public Safety Training Center on Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
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UNION TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY >> Ten firearms were stolen from a Union Township home on Sunday, according to Pennsylvania State Police, Gettysburg.
Frank Grafe, Allentown, won the President's Choice award for a Cobra Replica hand-made tricycle he showed July 5 at the McConnellsburg Alumni & Friends Association car show in McConnellsburg.
Despite the proliferation of advanced technologies, modeling the uncertainty of traffic conditions is still a challenge especially for big cities.
CHAMBERSBURG>> Josh Bussard, former chairman of the Franklin County Young Republicans, has left the group and registered as a Libertarian.
A company spokesman said the store is targeting a soft opening on Aug. 27 and official grand opening with prizes and giveaways scheduled for Sept.
CHAMBERSBURG >> This year's 150th commemoration of the Burning of Chambersburg focused on not only the burning but also the rebirth of the town.
Douglas Wilburne, a six year veteran with the Franklin County probation department, visits locals homes on Wednesday.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 07:52 pm
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