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CHAMBERSBURG >> Employees in three of the county's court-related offices will receive a raise in an arbitrated contract with the county.
Pennsylvania State Police, McConnellsburg, said Joshua Allen Gosnell, 20, of 320 Cooper Lane, McConnellsburg, and a 17-year-old from McConnellsburg were charged in connection with three burglaries and another attempted burglary.
A man who drove into a flooded Dauphin County roadway during Sunday night's storm landed in even more hot water after his rescue, according to police.
Marie Guepsie Lavaud, 30, was charged Wednesday with concealing the death of a child and abuse of a corpse.
Isaac Alleman Miller, 24, was charged with aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct following an incident Tuesday afternoon in the 300 block of South Front Street, according to West Shore Regional police.
Hoover's Grill and Ice Cream, 2019 Lincoln Way East, announced in late June that it was under new ownership.
CHAMBERSBURG >> The following marriage license applications dated July 15 to 22, 2014, are part of the public record at Franklin County Courthouse.
Chambersburg Police are investigating the theft of a beach bag from Memorial Park Pool on July 20 around 4:06 p.m. and have released this survelliance photograph of the suspect.
A manhunt for two armed suspects in the robbery of a Rite Aid Pharmacy in Franklin County.
CHAMBERSBURG >> Franklin County's manufacturing and logistics employers have led the recovery in the five years since the end of the Great Recession.
Two Mexican citizens in the United States illegally are sentenced to prison. Both men were apprehended in Franklin County in 2013 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Enforcement and Enforcement and Removal Operations agents.
Hundreds of refugees driving thousands of head of livestock were heading east on local roads bound for Harrisburg and safety beyond the Susquehanna River.
Dick Hoover, Fort Loudon, served in the Air Force during the Korean War. Hoover handled his security dog, Pess, during his service.
The six finalists in the Miss Teen of Pennsylvania competition Sunday at Shippensburg Univeristy were, first row from left, first runner up Cecelia Weingart, Miss Teen of Pennsylvania Julianna Franzino, second runner up Claire Kirsch and, back row from left, Carly DiPietro, Francesca Bower and Emaleigh Mowry.
On a short walk from the barn into the tall grasses, Brandon Black flushes four fledglings and two hens.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:30 am
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