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A pipe replacement project on Route 11 at Route 174 in Shippensburg Township will not take place this weekend as planned.
A contractor will finish work on a 10.5-mile section of I-81 in Cumberland County in April involving some shoulder closings and lane restrictions.
Once the new pavement markings are finished, police will enforce the no left turn rule at the Gateway Avenue entrance to Chambersburg Square.
Replacement of a bridge across Campbell Run is part of a project to replace or rehabilitate six bridges on Route 30 over the next two years.
Voters would decide if the General Assembly should replace the levy with a combination of state and local sales and income taxes.
The bridge spans an unnamed tributary to Buffalo Creek between Milford Road (Route 1009) and Stone Arch Road (Route 4007) in Juniata Township.
Franklin County high school seniors interested in pursuing a nursing career can apply for one of six $2,500 scholarships offered…
This work is expected to take two-to-three days to complete, weather permitting. This mobile operation may require shoulder closures.
It’s the first time a Republican member of the chamber has cosponsored the proposal – typically endorsed solely by Democrats.
Chambersburg Mayor Walter Bietsch is expected to declare a snow emergency from 4 a.m. Thursday until 4 a.m. Only essential travel is recommended.
All of the state’s driver license and photo centers will be closed Saturday through Monday, Feb. 13-15, in observance of Presidents Day.
Franklin County has over 700 employees and between 10-15% are recognized each year for their career loyalty, according to County Commissioners.
In response to questions by Franklin County Free Press, commissioners reported the county received $14,000,311 in CARES Act funding.
Sheriff Deputy Angel Laviena’s empathy for county residents needing help is one of the prime reasons he was chosen for the honor.
The House Economic Recovery Task Force will focus on the state’s “homegrown assets, aligning them with opportunities for growth.
Former Pennsylvania Governor Dick Thornburgh, 88, died of natural causes on New Year’s Eve at a private nursing home outside of Pittsburgh.
Despite a series of vetoes from Governor Tom Wolf this year in his tug-of-war with Republicans, the General Assembly managed…
Expiration dates for commercial learners permits and driver licenses have been extended for Pennsylvania residents, the state announced this week.
An analysis of data pulled from DoS/SURE system records indicate 6.7 million residents voted on Nov. 3 but more than 6.9 million ballots were counted.
Dennis Schmaltz will fill the remaining year of the 4th Ward seat vacated by former Chambersburg Councilman Amer Chaudhry last…