Writer Valarie Jordan talks about the mass inoculation site at the Chambersburg Mall and her views on the cost of the county’s new Judicial Center.
Letter to the Editor
The 2021 Stuff the Bus drive raised $20,226.40 in donations and supplies, which UW distributed directly to the five school districts.
America rallied in the days and years thereafter; and it is important that we continue to recognize the sacrifice so many people made during that time.
Waynesboro’s Kathy Freese talks about the debacle taking place in Afghanistan as the U.S. pulls its military out, leaving the Taliban in control.
The Chambersburg AARP Tax Aide program has completed another tax season, but this year’s season was challenging, thanks to the pandemic.
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.
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.
COVID-19 is the biggest threat since 9/11. The COVID-19 pandemic has put doctors in the same position as our military was on 9/11. Our doctors and nurses are on the front line working to protect us against an unknown and powerful enemy.
Life has changed dramatically for everyone in the last few weeks as the COVID-19 virus – coronavirus – has spread around the world
On December 31, Coyle Free Library roared into the 20s with its second New Year’s Eve Gala celebration.
I would like to extend the warmest holiday wishes and happiest new year to you and your family.
Health insurance is supposed to protect people in their time of need. But with prices going up and networks getting smaller, it’s hard to tell what we are paying for.
This letter is to the hard-working citizens and fellow Americans of Franklin County. Our campaign message is one of unity and is to all Americans.
I’ve known Bill Everly for over 15 years. We met through the Chambersburg Exchange Club where Bill has spent countless hours raising thousands of dollars for the prevention of child abuse in Franklin County.
On Nov. 5, I will be outside Chambersburg’s recreation center, 235 S. Third St., to hear from voters in Chambersburg’s Third Ward.
In collaborating with Councilman Herb Dolaway on community projects, it is clear that he has the experience and wisdom to see all facets of a civic issue.
Retirement, for me, is a leap of faith. I am not sure I will know what to do, but I am certain God will guide.
On behalf of United Way of Franklin County, I’d like to express my sincere thanks to the people and organizations that supported our 2019 Stuff the Bus project.
Now that the primary election results are official, I want to thank voters in Chambersburg’s Third Ward for their bipartisan support.