Pay will range from a low of $13.50 an hour for custodians to $20 an hour for the logistics coordinator. The majority of the jobs will fall within the $15.50 to $17.50 an hour range.
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Everyone who came to the makeshift “market” got a bag of fresh produce and fruit, delivered with a smile and no questions asked.
PSUMA drops to 9-11 overall and will have a quick turnaround returning to PSUAC action tomorrow afternoon.
Chambersburg Police Department Sgt. Jon Greenawalt graduated February from the School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) at Northwestern University
The Mont Alto LaunchBox is offering free workshops for aspiring entrepreneurs on and off campus this spring. They are open to the public and free of charge.
With the date for the 2nd Annual EdK Memorial Run approaching, the family of Chambersburg Area School District’s late superintendent is putting the finishing touches on the event they hope will become a permanent legacy for Dr. Ed Sponseller.
The largest art exhibition to be held annually in Franklin County, the Alliance show regularly features over 300 watercolors, oils, pastels, prints, drawings, photographs and sculptures, by more than 80 area artists.
The Washington Township Police Department will join state police and over 215 municipal police departments later this month in an effort to stop aggressive drivers.
Time is limited for nonprofits to apply for CDBG funds. March 15 is the deadline for projects that will qualify for part of the anticipated $350,000 in funds that Chambersburg expects to get as part of this year’s Community Development Block Grant program.
Franklin County Commissioners will offer six $2,500 scholarships to local high school seniors who want to pursue a career in nursing.
The Shippensburg Town Band will partner with some of the community’s best young musicians to present a free concert in March.
Each year the Chambersburg Fire Department responds to over five-thousand fire, rescue, and medical emergency type incidents.
Snow had been falling steadily since early morning, laying down about five inches of the fluffy white stuff at one location in Guilford Township by noon.
For many, tax season is the most dreaded time of the year. And it might be even more so this year with last year’s changes in the tax law.