Chambersburg Public Opinion
Franklin Virtual Academy recognized as exemplary program
SHIPPENSBURG >> Franklin Virtual Academy, a cyber school serving several local school districts, has been recognized as an Exemplary Program by the Shippensburg University School Study Council.
Homes for Sale with Motivated Sellers: Montgomery County
As spring weather has arrived, so have potential home buyers as the housing market heats up.
I would like to know whose job it is to pick up the deer along the highway, the Pennsylvania Game Commission or the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
DBC Named as a Top 100 Organization
The DuBois Business College received distinction as a Top 100 Organization for 2013 in the Feb. 21 edition of the Pennsylvania Business Central paper.
Huntingdon County teacher facing charges after pushing flatulent teen, police say
A Huntingdon County high school teacher is facing criminal charges after state police said he became upset with a flatulent 16-year-old boy in his classroom last week.
ExOne Appoints Karlebo Gjuteriteknik AB as Independent Sales Rep in Scandinavian Countries
Karlebo represents some of the world's leading manufacturers and specializes in machinery for surface treatment, foundry, and steelworks and smelters for companies in the Nordic region.
ExOne Reports Financial Results
The manufacturer of additive manufacturing equipment reports that 2013 revenue grew 38 percent to $39.5 million, driven by 29 machines sold, compared with 13 in 2012 and five in 2011; sold 12 machines in fourth quarter, including five M-Flex units; and confirms expectations of 40 percent to 50 percent revenue growth for 2014, in line with strategic ... (more)
Why ExOne (XONE) Will Tumble on Thursday
The three-dimensional printer manufacturer recorded a 22-cents-a-share net loss in the three months to December and revenue of $10.7 million, 16% lower than a year earlier.
Shelter Island Reporter
Island welcomes back Juniata College Concert Choir
The Shelter Island Presbyterian Church will welcome the Juniata College Concert Choir from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on Sunday, March 23 at 1 p.m. The popular choir has toured throughout the U.S. and abroad and will perform "sacred and secular music spanning five centuries and several cultures."