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Chambersburg police are looking for a group of men involved in a fight on West Washington and South Main Street Wednesday
Coronavirus cases soared yesterday across the state as deaths rose to 16 statewide. In Franklin County, cases remain at five. Businesses across the county are closed unless the are on the “life sustaining“ list.
“Ripping off consumers by jacking up prices in the middle of a public emergency is against the law. Online resellers like Amazon must join in this fight,” Shapiro said in his letter.
The loans can cover costs associated with operations in the three months prior to the statewide shutdown.
Secretary of Education Pedro A. Rivera said his decision to close all schools for the additional period aligns with the governor’s stay-at-home directive announced. Franklin County schools will remain closed into April as state officials battle a spreading Coronavirus threat. The numbers of new cases of COVID-19 are rising rapidly across the state.
In the middle of concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic and orders from authorities to stay at home until it abates, people continue to get out and break the law.
Today's list of new changes, cancellations, and closures prompted by the Coronavirus health crisis around Franklin County.
Pennsylvania now has 479 COVID-19 cases, 108 more than yesterday, most of them clustered around the state’s two biggest counties.
Local hospitals are restricting visitors until further notice as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. With schools closed and any type of pubic event or gathering now prohibited
Area police taped busy at week investigating a variety of crimes, from assaults and stalking to criminal mischief and hit and run investigations.
Dr. Rachel Levin, Sec. of Health, said State residents have a very important job right now, she said. She urged people to stay calm, stay home and stay safe.
The Chambersburg Police Department will be educating those business that defy the order with a goal of getting compliance. If enforcement is warranted, citations can be issued.
Chambersburg's downtown merchants are reaching out to the community to reassure area residents that they are doing all they can to keep the larger community safe during the Coronavirus crisis.
Police and fire first responders are always there to serve and protect. But in these uncertain times with a Coronavirus pandemic running rampant across the country, they ask that people with emergencies call 911.
Here is the current list of new closures and cancellations as of March 20. Also included are events with altered hours and/or rules for participation.
Two Shippensburg students returning to the U.S. after spending spring break in Europe tested positive for COVID-19 this week.
Chambersburg won’t disconnect residents' utilities if they get behind on their bill during the Coronavirus pandemic emergency.
Pennsylvanians need to take the Coronavirus threat seriously, Secretary of Health warns. The state saw its 1st death from the virus yesterday.
Most banks have closed their lobbies but are still open for business at their drive-throughs as the Coronavirus crisis deepens.
Mayor Walt Bietsch declared a health emergency in Chambersburg Wednesday following the announcement that President Donald Trump had declared a national emergency in connection with the COVID-19 outbreak.
It will feature a cookout in the ministry’s parking lot, but will not encourage the public to congregate there for the meal. Instead, the prepared food will be packaged for take out or delivery from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday.
Here is the current list of new closures and cancellations as of March 18. Also included are events with altered hours and/or rules for participation
COVID-19 is spreading, with 20 new cases reported by 5 p.m. Tuesday. The new cases bring Pennsylvania’s total to 96, most concentrated in eastern Pennsylvania.
Here is the current list of new closures and cancellations as of March 17. During this pandemic it’s recommendation is to avoid crowds.
The state’s health department today confirmed 16 new COVID-19 cases, including two new cases in Cumberland County.
Roy-Pitz Stube is stepping up to the plate to help hungry kids while local schools are closed this month.
The COVID-19 virus reached Cumberland County yesterday, with three cases listed in a state health department report at 4:30 p.m. As of noon today, the total number of cases across the state reached 45.
All area school districts have announced schools will be closed for the next two weeks. The Franklin County Library System is also closing, as well as Results Fitness and several WellSpan mini care facilities around the county.