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9-year-old shot by older brother

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Police were called to the family’s home on Cleveland Avenue in Waynesboro at just after 7 a.m. today. The younger boy was rushed to Waynesboro, where he died.

Chambersburg woman wanted by police

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Chambersburg police obtained an arrest warrant this week for Kynsey Rhea Branche, 21, Chambersburg. She is accused of hindering the apprehension of another defendant in the case.

Police investigating death of 9-year-old

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Police were dispatched to a Cleveland Avenue home at 7:15 a.m. today for a death investigation. The child was taken to Waynesboro Hospital, where he died of his injuries.

Police seek pair in disturbance, theft

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While he created a disturbance, the woman left the store by another door instead of the front entrance/exit. A small child left behind her carrying two beanie babies that were not paid for.

Deed transfers June 29-July 3

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Deed Transfers for June 29-July 3 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.

Greene Township bridge closes Tuesday

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A short detour will be in place using an unnamed side road and Route 30 during that time. A temporary traffic signal will be in place

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.

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

Local man charged with assaulting newborn son

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A Chambersburg father is accused of dropping his infant son three feet onto a bed and then forcing a bottle into the baby’s mouth.

Local woman injured in Fayetteville crash

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A Chambersburg woman was trapped in her car following a two-vehicle crash on Lincoln Way East in Fayetteville Wednesday

ChambersFest 2020: A community collaboration

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Events from July 11-18 will include Restaurant Week, virtual Acapella & Unplugged, Scoop-a-Palooza ice cream trail, North Square Farmers Market and more.

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.

Waynesboro police log

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Waynesboro police recently released a list of people charged with a variety of crimes, ranging from hit and runs to fleeing from police, and lots of lesser crimes and summary offenses.

Police identify woman killed in Friday crash

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Marie Hoyer, 42, of Martinsville, Va., was pronounced dead at the scene of the 11:47 p.m crash in Southampton Township.

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.

Fish for Free in Pennsylvania July 4

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Fish-for-Free Days are great ways for families to “catch” the fun of fishing. Outdoor activities such as fishing also provide great bonding opportunities for families while creating tremendous memories for children.

Fatal crash claims life of Virginia woman, injures passenger

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The car carrying the woman and her passenger crashed into the rear end of an 18-wheeler stopped in traffic in the right northbound lane at mile-marker 24, police said.

Meet Norman and Hendrix, CVAS pets of the week

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Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter has lots of adorable pets who are looking for forever homes. While Norman and Hendrix would like to meet you, check out all the other wonderful animals available for adoption also.

Fireworks postponed in Chambersburg

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There’s will be no fireworks in Chambersburg on July 4th. Both Gettysburg and Shippensburg will go ahead with plans for the traditional Independence celebration.

Job roundup June 22

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From restaurants to manufacturers, area employers are looking for both skilled and unskilled labor as local businesses begin to open up again.

ChambersFest: Community standing together

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While ChambersFest may look different this year, it will still bear witness to a community standing together once again

Meet Clancy and Amber, CVAS pets of the week

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Clancy and Amber are just two oh the amazing animals residing at area animal shelters while awaiting adoption into a human family.

Weekly jobs report 6/20

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Some businesses are not just calling former employees back to work, but are hiring new employees. If you are looking for either part-time or full-time work, check out these job openings.

Zion Church annual rent paid

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Zion, located on South Main Street, is one of three Chambersburg churches sharing a unique history when it comes to paying the rent.

Juneteenth Unity rally planned in county seat Saturday

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The Juneteenth Love Demonstration will be the first planned, coordinated display of unity in the county following the resurgence of BLM protests.

Police log: Summaries and drugs

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Waynesboro police investigated more than a dozen crimes in April and May in the borough. About half were summary offenses, while the others were drug-related.

Ricky Alan Hill Obituary 1976~2020

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He loved working on cars, motorcycles, and drag racing. He enjoyed traveling and vacationing at Raystown Lake and Gettysburg, and spending time with his grandkids.

Chambersburg woman facing gun charges

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Stinson told police she was putting her .40 caliber handgun in a small black bag on her kitchen counter sometime between 6:30-7 p.m. the night before when she accidentally pulled the trigger, according to court documents.

Franklin County looking for a few good reps

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The Franklin County Commissioners are looking for interested applicants to represent the county in planning America’s Semiquincentinnial celebration.

Police log: Arrests, warrants and tablets

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When they aren’t keeping an eye on traffic during demonstrations, or reuniting lost property with its owners, local police stay busy solving local crimes and investigating traffic accidents.

Deed transfers, June 7-13

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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.

Get rid of bulky items this month

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It’s time to get rid of bulky items and large cast-offs you no longer need, and do it for (mostly) free, if you live in the Greater Chambersburg area.

Police log: Guns, crashes and found bikes

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Police are looking for three teens termed ‘persons of interest’ in connection with an incident in an alley in downtown Chambersburg last Friday.

Police log: Infant death investigation

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Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the death of an infant early this morning at a Guilford Township motel.

Local police ahead of the game

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When Gov. Tom Wolf proposed reforms to the state’s policing agencies based on the 21st Century Policing Task Force report, Chambersburg’s police department had already implemented many of those.

Meet Sugga and Titus, CVAS’ pets of the week

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CVAS encourages anyone interested in bringing a four-legged friend into their home to check out the wonderful animals available for adoption at the shelter.

Franklin County goes green next Friday

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Meanwhile, the state legislature is waiting on a court decision its latest effort to end the governor’s emergency declaration that brought local commerce to almost a standstill while dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic.

Escapee cut off electronic monitor

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Chambersburg police are looking for an escapee who cut off his electronic monitoring device and fled. He was on restrictive probation for a DUI charge, but now faces additional charges as an escapee.

June 10th weekly job report

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AeroTek, DHL Supply Chain and Penske are all looking for forklift operators, Ranstad is looking for assembleers and Aunt Bea’s is looking for laborers

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