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WellSpan will use the temporary pay cuts to help employees experiencing financial hardships during the pandemic. The new WellSpan Health Family COVID-19 Assistance Program helps cover mortgage or rent payments, utility costs and other urgent bills.
The chamber approved Senate Bills 327 and 613 along party lines after hours of debate. That debate centered on whether the administration’s current coronavirus mitigation strategy – while admittedly effective – goes too far, unnecessarily plunging more than 1.3 million residents into unemployment.
The free webinar, geared toward small businesses, touches on many aspects of coping with the present reality while planning for a vastly different future.
The loans can cover costs associated with operations in the three months prior to the statewide shutdown.
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce honored eight of its members for their achievements at its annual awards breakfast Thursday.
Franklin Financial Services Corporation, the bank holding company of F&M Trust, recently announced the appointment of Kevin Craig as a Director of Franklin Financial Services Corporation and F&M Trust.
A Michigan egg producer building a $100 million egg production facility just outside Mercersburg has revamped its corporate website.
Through the Mont Alto LaunchBox, Penn State Mont Alto hopes to provide leadership and serve as a catalyst for entrepreneurship and economic development in Franklin County
A data breach compromised personal credit card information at eight local Rutter’s convenience stores for seven months in 2018-19. The information came to light after Rutter’s announced Thursday that it had experienced a major breach in its credit card payment system.
The core of the downtown is the front door of the community and Downtown Chambersburg Inc. President Sam Thrush wants that door to be inviting.
F&M Trust recently committed $25,000 to Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet. The bank’s contribution will be used to support the ballet company’s $5.95 million capital expansion project.