Several local non-profit organizations plan events this month celebrating Women’s History Month. All are free, and all are different, offering the public plenty of opportunity to celebrate franklin County's history-making women.
The Franklin County CTA Program celebrates its third birthday this year. In its third year, the program led by new coordinators, Lauren Formosa and Evan Crider.
Amy-Jill Levine, author and Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University, will debunk anti-Jewish interpretations of Jesus' parables at the 2020 Orr Forum on Religion at Wilson College.
The “sweetest night of the year” returns this year as Mainstreet Waynesboro plays host to the Chocolate Extravaganza on March 7 at the Waynesboro Country Club, 11000 Country Club Road.
You may need your magnifying glass and thinking caps for this art show. The Mansion House Gallery at City Park in Hagerstown Md, hosts an opening art reception from 2-4:30 p.m. Mar. 1 titled “My Story.”
The Penn State Mont Alto Athletic Department and the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) volunteered their time and effort helping at the double-wide kids ice slide at the IceFest in downtown Chambersburg on Sunday, Feb. 2.
Wilson College will hold a reception from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5, to mark the opening of a new art exhibition, Selections from the Collection: “Who are we?”
Stony Batter Players, Mercersburg Academy’s student theatre company, is proud to announce its winter musical, "Mamma Mia!," which opens Friday.
Local author Sue James is strongly supportive of the work of Shippensburg’s Reins of Rhythm program.
What if there were a place where you could take your kids so they could get the full benefit of interacting with horses for a fraction of the cost of owning one? No boarding, feeding, farrier, or vet costs; just the petting, riding, grooming and fun.
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce and its travel club has a message for local residents.
Robert O’Neill, Former SEAL Team Six Leader, Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and a New York Times best-selling author, will be the evening’s guest and keynote speaker May 20, for The Manufacturers’ Associations’ 2020 Annual Event.
More than 15,000 people will flock to Downtown Chambersburg for dancing, dining and fun later this month while marveling at over 80 ice sculptures glistening on the sidewalks of Main Street.
Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter has lots of adorable pets who are looking for forever homes.
Good news, kids - Santa's journey around the world has begun! He left the North Pole early today with his gift-laden sleigh and eight tiny reindeer, heading toward the South Pacific.
The Secretary of Agriculture, Russell Redding, and Pennsylvania State Veterinarian, Dr. Kevin Brightbill, joined Santa Claus and his nine reindeer at Hersheypark Christmas Candylane to announce that they have received a clean bill of health and are cleared for take-off on December 24.
Change is in the air in Chambersburg come July 4, 2020. The annual Independence Day fireworks show will be back, under the umbrella of the borough’s recreation department.
Next month’s holiday honoring civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated as a day of service in Franklin County.