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Thrush Completes Downtown Revitalization Academy

Sam Thrush was well-prepared to lead Downtown Chambersburg Inc.’s revitalization efforts when he was appointed its president in 2018.

Deadline to Apply for Downtown Facade Projects Is April 1

The core of the downtown is the front door of the community and Downtown Chambersburg Inc. President Sam Thrush wants that door to be inviting.

Business Spotlight: Vanity Parlor Takes Hairstyles to a New Level

The hair salon at 75 N. Main St. officially opened Dec. 11 under the ownership of Jenna Keller and Korie Groft.

IceFest 2020 to Feature Over 80 Ice Sculptures, 30+ Events

More than 15,000 people will flock to Downtown Chambersburg for dancing, dining and fun later this month while marveling at over 80 ice sculptures glistening on the sidewalks of Main Street.

Downtown Chambersburg, Waynesboro Get Revitalization Grants

Governor Tom Wolf announced this week that two local communities will get grants for revitalization projects.

Small Business Saturday Across Franklin County

Tis’ the season... for celebrating the holidays with lights, music... and shopping for gifts to go under the tree.

AppleFest: Celebrating Apples, History, Kids

AppleFest 2019 comes to town again Saturday. .Downtown Chambersburg will be alive with craft and art vendors, food vendors throughout the square and live music on one stage.

Sep 7: 6th Annual Duck Derby

The ducks are back! Chambersburg’s 6th Annual Duck Derby will take place on September 7th this year.

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