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Three people considered experts on human relations and anti-bias ordinances will attend a committee meeting Wednesday in Chambersburg.
Two Pennsylvania Senators have reintroduced legislation aimed at removing the cloak of mystery around prescription drug pricing
Chambersburg officials hope to gather community input for a new comprehensive plan for Chambersburg through public meetings in June, borough…
A 14-month moratorium on work searches expires July 18, meaning claimants must participate in job searches during the week prior.
Pennsylvania’s drivers license and photo centers, including the Riverfront Office Center in Harrisburg, will be closed for Memorial Day Saturday-Monday.
A 50-day detour will be in place for vehicles using Route 34, Route 394 and Route 15. A bicycle detour also will be in place
A local dermatologist advocating for a non-discrimination ordinance in the borough has accused a council member of discrimination.
Chambersburg officials take cyber threats to its utility systems very seriously, Borough Manager Jeffrey Stonehill said this week.
Here’s advice on verifying your voter registration status and polling place location before heading to the polls next week.
In addressing local Republicans, Brobson emphasized his 11 years on Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court and proven track record as a conservative judge.
MGAG presented the 2020 Marketing Excellence Award to the borough on May 6 for highest customer growth during 2020.
The state’s universal masking mandate will remain in place until 70% of residents age 18 and older become fully vaccinated, however.
The project involves replacement of two existing bridges and culverts along Horse Valley Road in Toboyne Township, Perry County.
The Franklin County Voter Registration Office has released the following voting rules for this month’s upcoming primary election. Pennsylvania voters…
Replacement of the Route 11 bridge over the Falling Spring Creek on North Main Street in Chambersburg starts Monday, according to borough officials.
A highway line painting project begins Sunday night on Interstate 81 in Franklin County, and Interstate 83 in York County.
The work limits are from the Franklin County Line in Shippensburg Township to Cumberland County’s Kutz Road bridge in Penn Township
Proposed interstate bridge tolls to help pay for replacing the state’s aging and deteriorating bridges is being debated in the state legislature.
Public health officials in Pennsylvania are saying they will not follow in New York’s footsteps and adopt vaccine passports.
The voter registration deadline for next month’s primary election is fast approaching. Voters have only a week left to either register to vote or make changes to their current registration.
PennDOT has issued an update on detours at the Route 174 (Exit 29) on-ramps to northbound and southbound Interstate 81 in Cumberland County.
The entire length of Main Street — almost 1 1/2 miles — is slated for reconstruction by the state Department of Transportation.
Resurfacing of the bridge over the Conococheague Creek on Lincoln Way in Chambersburg starts next Wednesday with a completion date of May 12.
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.