Penn State Mont Alto is offering 11 continuing education courses this fall, including three for health care administrators.
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The Franklin County Career and Technology Center formally dedicated its newly constructed Practical Nursing Program Building in June.
Friends, family and faculty celebrated the Class of 2021 graduates from Adams, Cumberland, Franklin and Fulton counties last month.
Scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors based on their grade point average and their impact on their schools and communities
Students achieve dean’s list status when they are full-time (12 or more credits) with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher.
Federal funds will help schools and libraries get laptops and tablets and add broadband connections to benefit students.
Creative writing students at Greencastle-Antrim High School took eventful journey into the realm of book publishing during a world-wide pandemic.
The CASHS Trojans Cadets took First, Third and Fourth places in various categories in the Northeast Regional Drill Championships last month.
The PSUMA student-athletes are part of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s 2020-21 Fall and Winter National Academic Team.
Wilson College student Odessa Kalathas has been named a Newman Civic Fellow. The Newman Civic Fellowship is a year-long program…
The graduates were celebrated in a small virtual gathering during their final classes and will have the opportunity to join the spring commencement ceremony in June
SU women’s and men’s swimming teams have been named Fall 2020 CSCAA Scholar All-America Teams reflecting a long standing tradition of scholastic exelence.
The guidance comes after many schools transitioned to remote learning amid an uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations following Thanksgiving.
Students from Franklin County have been recognized as Provost Scholars at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Provost Scholar status is achieved when students complete a minimum of 45…
During the past year, the students in Franklin County have struggled with disrupted education and stressful situations at school and at home.
Classroom accomplishments are a tribute to the hard work of student-athletes as well as the commitment of academic-support personnel and faculty.
CVAS encourages anyone interested in bringing a four-legged friend into their home to check out the wonderful animals available for adoptions at the shelter.
CASD taxpayer Tracy Hershey takes Dr. Dion Betts and the CASD board to task in letter publicly criticizing Betts.
Because of continued concerns about transmission of COVID-19 and more restrictive guidelines for large indoor gatherings, commencement ceremonies for May and August graduates, planned to take place on campus September 12, will be offered in a virtual format.