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Crash closes I-81 North at Shippensburg
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - A crash involving at least one tractor-trailer has closed part of Interstate 81 near Shippensburg.The northbound lanes at closed at Exit 29, according to PennDOT.No details were immediately available.
Police: Men caught burglarizing Waynesboro home for scrap metal
James Huntington Bieluch, 51, no fixed address, and EricBesore, 40, Waynesboro, are both charged with felony burglary, criminal trespass and conspiracy charges, as well as misdemeanor theft and conspiracy to commit theft charges, according to online court documents.
Three tractor trailers involved in crash near Shippensburg
PennDOT traffic cameras show a crash on Interstate 81 north in Southampton Township Tuesday afternoon.courtesy of PennDOTOne lane is open after a crash involving three tractor-trailers closed Interstate 81 north earlier in the Shippensburg area.The interstate was closed from Fayette Street to King S
Man jailed after chase exceeds 100 mph around Chambersburg area
Thomas Robert Helman, 24, was charged with one felony count of fleeing or attempting to elude an officer, misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, and several summary traffic violations, accor
$400,000 lotto ticket sold in Chambersburg
The $400,000 winning-ticket was sold at aSheetzon Wayne Avenue. It's numbers were drawn on Saturday, with those being 20, 27, 30, 41 and 42. More than 27,000 other tickets won prizes in the drawing, as well.
Adams County SPCA investigates complaints of animal conditions at Land of Little Horses, finds no wrongdoing
ADAMS COUNTY, Pa.– After aFacebook post claimingthat animal abuse/neglect was taking place at the Land of Little Horses in Gettysburg went viral, the Adams County SPCA investigated and found no wrongdoing or animal cruelty.
Chambersburg Council strategizing on how to improve city
The Borough recently consulted with, Judy Chambers, an economic and community development educator from Penn State Extension. During their discussion, they talked a variety of topics from sewer rates to downtown revitalization. Allen Coffman, a councilman, says he believes the upcoming courthouse pr
Police: Chambersburg-area couple bilked out of $630
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police said a Chambersburg-area couple was scammed out of $630 from a man who said he would seal their driveway.An unknown man convinced the couple, a 78-year-old woman and 82-year-old man, that he would seal-coat their Country Road driveway and cover the crack
Cash 5 jackpots won in Mechanicsburg, Chambersburg
A jackpot-winning Cash 5 ticket for the Saturday drawing matched all five balls drawn - 20-27-30-41-42 - to win $400,000, less withholding, the lottery said. That ticket was sold at Sheetz on Wayne Avenue in Chambersburg, which will earn a $500 bonus for selling the ticket.
Winning $400K Pa. Cash 5 ticket sold in Chambersburg
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — A Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 jackpot was won over the weekend in Chambersburg.A jackpot-winning Cash 5 ticket for Saturday's drawing matched all five balls drawn — 20, 27, 30, 41 and 42 — to win $400,000 at Sheetz at 1819 Wayne Avenue in Chambersburg. The convenience store will
Quick hits: Chambersburg baseball season ends on walk-off loss
After being locked in a scoreless battle with No. 8 seed J.P. McCaskey for seven and a half innings, Red Tornado pitcher/shortstop Alex Dominguez launched a ball over the left field fence to end the Trojans season, as the homer gave J.P. McCaskey a 2-0 win at their home field in Lancaster.
Dad takes late son's girlfriend to prom month after his death
Brown's wife, Kelly, said the whole experience speaks to how much Suders is still part of the family
One person dead after rollover crash on I-81
HARRISBURG, Pa. - One person is dead and another injured after a rollover crash on I-81, according to police.
Sentinel police log for May 20
Carlisle Police (717-243-5252)Vincent C. Kiehl, 44, of Carlisle, was charged with access device fraud and theft by deception after police received a report May 14 of an unauthorized use of a credit card. Police said Kiehl stole a person's bank card and made multiple withdrawals from several ATMs in
Police log: Waynesboro woman ran away during DUI traffic stop
Katherine Pabon, 21, was seen operating a vehicle without the headlights illuminated. Police caught her as she attempted to run away and found her to be highly intoxicated, according to police. She was also found to have a suspended driver's license due to a previous DUI charge.
'Heavily intoxicated' man toting guns arrested along borough street: police
A "heavily intoxicated" man was arrested after he was spotted standing along a street in Abbottstown armed with two handguns, state police at Gettysburg reported Monday.The incident involving 54-year-old Gregory Blank, a resident of the Adams County borough, occurred around 1:30 a.m. Thursday in the
Greencastle man accused of rape of 12-year-old girl
Cody Michael Todd, 19, was charged with two counts each of rape of a child and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, plus one count each of aggravated indecent assault and indecent assault of a person younger than 13, according tocourt documents.
Season passes popular as Chambersburg's own waterpark prepares to open next week
The waterpark-like facility will officially open for business Saturday on Memorial Day weekend. Season pass holders can get a jump start on their summer fun by entering an hour before the rest of the public at noon, which is a benefit that will continue for the rest of the season. The general public
Coming Soon to Franklin County: Holy Smokehouse BBQ coming to Shippensburg
The restaurant is opening another location this spring, in Shippensburg at 13 S. Earl St., according to the owner, Greg Hurst. Currently, Holy Smokehouse BBQ has one location at the Chambersburg Mall on Black Gap Road.
Man sentenced to 18 months for IEDs found in vehicle door panel in Hagerstown
A man charged last fall in connection with two improvised explosive devices found in a car in Hagerstown pleaded guilty on Friday.Robert M. Schulz, 32, formerly of Union Bridge, Md., pleaded guilty to possession of explosive material with intent to create a destructive device in exchange for a secon