The Chambersburg AARP Tax Aide program has completed another tax season, but this year’s season was challenging, thanks to the pandemic.
Sleepy little Quincy Township is as an unlikely place as you can find for a financial scandal, but a big one has created turmoil in this rural community. .
The conservative media coverage of the audit was apparently too attractive for some ambitious politicians, attracting them to the Desert Southwest like moths to a flame.
Wolf’s focus on pushing pot shows his political savvy, according to Matthew Brouillette in this tongue-in-cheek op-ed piece.
In this letter to the editor, Debbie Trudeau of State College objects to HB38, which calls for a change to the way judges are elected.
Franklin County is in crisis. We are grappling with the devastating impacts of a global pandemic–on our economy, on our…
At our WellSpan hospitals in Chambersburg, Gettysburg and Waynesboro, nearly one out of every two hospital beds is occupied by a COVID-19 patient.
In this Op-Ed piece, Democrat Todd Rowley talks about why trust and shared values are important to Americans — “just this once.”
In this Op-Ed opinion submission, state senate candidate Rich Sterner gives his views on issues.
Richard Williams of Waynesboro takes District Attorney Matt Fogal to task for declaring his intention to vote for Democrat Joe Biden for president.
A letter to the editor supporting the Black Lives Matter movement has been signed by 400+ local leaders and movement participants.
Rich Sterner is the Democratic Party candidate for Pennsylvania Senate in District 33. However, he consider myself a moderate Democrat.
Public Option health care would leave Pennsylvanians with fewer options and less flexibility to find a plan that works for them. Instead, we’d all be forced into the same, one-size-fits-all box.
CASD taxpayer Tracy Hershey takes Dr. Dion Betts and the CASD board to task in letter publicly criticizing Betts.
As we reimagine this service, our vision includes bringing the talents of the two units together and continuing our longstanding and proud tradition of welcoming new babies into this world in a safe and compassionate environment.
Our community is in transition. Some of our challenges are new, while others have a long history. I feel it is important to speak frankly and directly to the concerns of our present moment, voiced so passionately by the past week’s demonstrations on Chambersburg’s Memorial Square.