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-G-ASD Superintendent Dr. Lura Hanks will offer a presentation, “Designing Our Future,” on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 8:30 a.m. both virtually and in person.
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Deed transfers can be found in the Franklin County Register and Recorder’s office and are published as a public service for our readers
Embly’s suggestion involved a better, more efficient way to drill holes in omega brackets in DL Martin’s manufacturing process.
The shop is a place where local artisans can showcase and sell their handiwork, bringing pleasure while fulfilling the artisans who made them.
Franklin County now has about 3,000 open jobs waiting to be filled, and a shortage of job applicants has driven starting wages up.
The new position is part of the continued expansion of Ghost Writer, which provides development and marketing services, strategic planning assistance, and board training and development.
Customers can choose from a variety of farm-fresh foods –including Trickling Springs Organic milk–to be delivered directly to their front doors on a weekly basis.
Downtown Chambersburg Inc. is once again coordinating specials and promotions to celebrate local businesses for Small Business Saturday.
The goal is that instructors and programs at the Greencastle location will change as little as possible; while benefiting from CVSM resources.
The business and its products are a sweet topic about which Chacon is happy to chat.
Deed transfers are public records, published as they become available from the Franklin County Register and Recorder’s office in the county courthouse.
The award recognizes an outstanding individual for their professional leadership, business growth and community impact.
A grand opening was tentatively set for this month when ground was broken in March. Then the Coronavirus pandemic shut down construction for six weeks. Gay was disappointed with the delay, but accepted it as necessary, glad it only lasted six weeks.
The LERTA program supports improvement of commercial and industrial properties by providing county tax benefits on the improved portions of properties. Since it began in 2014, eleven properties across Franklin County have benefitted from county tax exemptions through the LERTA program.
“Our staff and volunteers work very hard at a job that we love,” said Mainstreet Waynesboro Director Bill Kohler.