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Franklin County’s history July 5th

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Take a look back at Franklin County’s history through news and photos that appeared in local newspapers 25, 50, and 100 years ago on July 5th.

Police looking for shooting suspect

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Police are looking for Nijah Malik Abdul-Rahim, 24, is wanted for allegedly discharging a firearm into an occupied structure and recklessly endangering others. The incident happened in the first block of Hemlock Circle Thursday.
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Red ribbons in downtown Chambersburg

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The DBC is partnering with Downtown Chambersburg Inc. (DCI) for the Red Ribbon Campaign this month. It kicks off July 3 during the First Friday celebration in downtown Chambersburg.

Deed transfers June 15-30

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Deed Transfers are public records and can be found in the Franklin County Register and Recorder’s office. They are published as a public service for our readers.
Weekly Job Roundup

Job roundup June 22

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Weekly jobs report 6/20

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Dreaming of being a nurse

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Growing up in China, Ling Yan, RN, always dreamed of being a nurse. However, her family had different plans for her future.

Take a hike: Flocking to the wilderness

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This summer it is more important than ever to reinforce safety with a higher volume of foot traffic on trails as well as people trying new outdoor activities for the first time.

Sun set on Suns 2020 season

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The Hagerstown Suns minor league team as to celebrate its 40th season this year, but instead spends the season on hiatus. That’s because Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals won’t be sending players to it’s Single A affiliate.

Raiders partner with BSN SPORTS and Nike

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The Red Raiders have a new multi-year partnership with Nike through BSN SPORTS. The agreement between Shippensburg University’s athletic department and the...

Partnership could save student loan borrowers $100M

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Attorney General Josh Shapiro recently announced a partnership with Summer to provide Pennsylvanians with free student loan assistance during the COVID-19 crisis.

More criminal justice reform on legislators minds

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New criminal justice reforms are designed to make it easier for drug offenders to turn their lives around, get jobs and become contributing member of society.

CASD providing free meals for local children

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On Mondays children will receive three breakfast and three lunch meals and on Thursdays two breakfast and two lunch meals.

Cyber Charter School Class of 2020

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In addition to the three students from Franklin County, 17 students from nearby Adams and Cumberland Counties are among Reach Cyber Charter School’s Class of 2020. They include:

Meet Bogie and Einstein, CVAS pets of the week

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Pets find themselves homeless for a wide variety of reasons, in need of a new home and a second chance. So if you are looking for a new furry best friend, check out the shelter’s many residents.

Bikers to converge on Gettysburg

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Gettysburg’s 19th annual Bike week might have been cancelled, but that won’t keep what could be thousands. of bikers from converging on the town next week

Privacy: Freely given, or not?

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Privacy is often freely given up for either fear or convince. For COVID-19 big tech companies are teaming up to help trace who individuals come into contact with.

Microsoft Will No Longer Support Windows 7

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After 10 years of Windows 7 support, Microsoft has decided no further security updates will be issued.

Op-Ed: Political science to affective science

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Political science was just the beginning. Now, Gov. Wolf is giving us a lesson in “affective science”: the study of emotions and how to elicit emotions.

Op-Ed: BLM’s D-Day

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We are all just one line in a notebook. But one line can change a whole page, the whole story.

Montreal Pan Seared T-Bone Steak

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Too cold to cook outside? Stay inside and make a juicy, perfectly-seared T-bone at home. A hot pan and a few ingredients are all you need for this impressive dinner.

Three Amigos Bread Bowl Chili

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Man cannot live on bread alone, so why not spice it up with a bit of chili. The Three Amigos Bread Bowl Chili is hot, spicy and the flavor will explode in your mouth.
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Deed transfers June 15-30

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Deed Transfers are public records and can be found in the Franklin County Register and Recorder’s office. They are published as a public service for our readers.

Lois A. (Minnich) Borzager obituary 1929~2020

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She was an avid reader, who enjoyed crossword puzzles, word searches, and spending time with her family. She also loved traveling to the beach and visiting historical landmarks.

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