My name is Ed Asbury and I support Mary Beth Shank for Judge. She has the knowledge and more importantly the heart to be a good judge for Franklin County.
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Tom and Mary Stonesifer ask every to please join them in electing Mary Beth Shank for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
I am Sam Worley, Former Franklin County Commissioner. I strongly support Mary Beth Shank for our next Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
Janelle Friese was chosen as the county government’s Employee of the Month for April. It was presented by Franklin County Commissioners on behalf of the Special Thanks And Recognition (STAR) Committee.
A voter may apply for and receive an absentee ballot for the upcoming 2019 Municipal Primary Election/Special Election if they are registered to vote and fall into one of the following criteria
A new audit of PennDOT says it could repair more highways and structurally deficient bridges with money it has been forced to pay to State Police.
Each year a dedicated group of volunteer weather spotters, known as Skywarn, provide National Weather Service offices across the country with important eyewitness information about tornadoes, flash floods and damaging thunderstorms.
When the craving for a juicy, savory and drippy Philly Cheesesteak, hold off on driving all the way to Philadelphia for one. There are is another option when it comes to biting into a roll stuffed with thin-sliced, sauteed rib eye and melted cheese.
Houston we have a problem. Our effort to garner readership through an virtual easter egg hunt was an epic fail. Our basket seem to have a hole in it and eggs keep falling out.
Local attorney Mary Beth Shank is one of two candidates running for a seat on the bench of Pennsylvania’s Court of Common Pleas 39th Judicial District, encompassing Franklin and Fulton Counties. The Courts of Common pleas are Pennsylvania’s trial courts. Judges are elected to 10=year terms.
Waynesboro — Police arrested Douglass C. Holden, 39 years old, after a domestic violence disturbance was reported on April 10th. Douglass was charged with one count each of strangulation, simple assault, terroristic threats and unlawful restraint.
MONT ALTO ― The Mont Alto LaunchBox will offer a free workshop for aspiring entrepreneurs on April 28 from 6 to 7 p.m. at 40 North Second Street in Chambersburg.
Opinion: What makes a good judge? Local reader gives his ideas in this letter to the editor
Over the past two decades, Penn State Mont Alto has graduated nurses, occupational therapy assistants, physical therapist assistants, and human development and family studies professionals who work in all areas of healthcare and education.
Nursing students and local emergency response will rescue the “victims” and provide additional treatment in preparation to airlift the patients to a medical facility.