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Work will take place on Monday from 7am to 5pm and is expected to be finished Tuesday, dependent on the weather. It probably will mean the left lane of that first block of North Main Street will be closed.
Police are still looking for two suspects who allegedly stole an expensive diamond ring from a downtown jewelry store on Wednesday. A Shipppensburg woman has been arrested in connection with the crime.
Chambersburg police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who robbed a downtown jewelry store Wednesday.
Shooting was linked to March 30 incident in which two people were shot.
Geesamman’s goal is to develop student-athletes that are successful in the classroom, community, and in competition.
Two men arrested Monday on firearms charges haven’t been charged with shooting anyone in last weekend’s downtown Chambersburg shooting but they do face a number of other charges. They will have .preliminary hearings next week in Franklin County Central Court.
Two men sought by Chambersburg police for questioning in a shooting Saturday morning in the 300 block of South Main Street are now in police custody.
Police have identified Christopher Curtis Darby as a person of interest in an early morning shooting in the 300 block of Third Street
Police are investigating a shooting that sent two people to area trauma centers early Saturday morning.
Everyone who came to the makeshift “market” got a bag of fresh produce and fruit, delivered with a smile and no questions asked.
The North Chambersburg Improvements Project is a multi-municipal, multi-faceted project that will directly unleash the economic potential and improve the safety and functionality of the growing commercial corridor around I81 exit 17.
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 Washington Township Police Department will join state police and over 215 municipal police departments later this month in an effort to stop aggressive drivers.
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.