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Franklin Co. awards 13 grants, including $109k to Waynesboro
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Franklin County Commissioners on Tuesday announced the latest recipients of the tourism and quality-of-life enhancement grants, including nearly $109,000 for three projects in the Borough of Waynesboro.
Former Hagerstown man sentenced to probation violation, awaits sentencing in Baltimore County murder
Kenneth Kyle Quick Jr., 45, pleaded guilty in 2012 to third-degree burglary for stealing copper pipes and wire from a Mitchell Avenue residence belonging to a relative on Sept. 23, 2011. Online court records show he was sentenced to 10 years in prison with five years suspended. The sentence included
Changes planned for car dealership at Waynesboro intersection
WAYNESBORO, Pa. — An existing car lot in the Borough of Waynesboro has proposed changes, including a larger structure in which vehicles could be parked for washing or minor repairs.
Chambersburg woman accused of threatening woman with a gun
Ta'Lor D. Fletcher, 26, is charged with one count misdemeanor simple assault, one count misdemeanor recklessly endangering another person and one count misdemeanor intimidation of a witness or victim, according to court documents. She is currently in the Franklin County Jail unable to post $150,000
Fayetteville man charged with 151 counts of child porn
Stewart William Hake, 35, is charged with 151 counts of felony child pornography, according to court documents.Court documents filed earlier this year in Julyshortly before Hake was arrested show he is also facing 10 other felony charges, including rape of a child, involuntary deviate sexual interco
Snow, ice predictions rise across Central Pa.
According to an expected snowfall forecast, Harrisburg, Newport, Carlisle, Lebanon, Chambersburg and Gettysburg could all see up to two inches of snow between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday, the NWS said.
Clear Spring man arrested for alleged sexual assault of dementia patient
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - A Clear Spring man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting an 84-year-old dementia patient at Meritus Medical Center last month.Alexander McIntyre, 53, is facing charges of second-degree rape, third and fourth-degree sex offense and physical abuse of a vulnerable adult.
Christmas tree delivered to downtown Waynesboro
The 2018 Christmas tree for downtown Waynesboro, Pa., was delivered by volunteers Monday. Mainstreet Waynesboro Inc. will host a tree-lighting event from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, with the tree scheduled to be illuminated at 7 p.m. on Center Square. Similarly, the community tree in Greencastle, Pa., wi
One injured in Locust Street shooting
Hagerstown police were on the scene of a shooting Monday night in the 200 block of North Locust Street, according to Officer Heather Aleshire, a spokeswoman for the police department.
Time capsule revealed in Waynesboro
WAYNESBORO, Pa. — It was a cold and blustery day, but that didn’t stop curious Waynesboro residents from attending Saturday’s unveiling of the town’s time capsule to find out what had been buried underground for 50 years.
McDonald's restaurants get more than a face lift
The first two Delamor Enterprises restaurants to get “all fresh new look” are the McDonald’s at 2891 Philadelphia Ave., Chambersburg, and at 721 Buchanan Trail East, Greencastle, according to Dennis Lehman, office manager and controller for Delamor Enterprises. The two restaurants are being remodele
One shot in Hagerstown Monday night
HAGERSTOWN, Md. -One person was taken to Meritus Medical Center with gun shot wounds Monday night after a reported shooting.Hagerstown Police responded to 216 North Locust Street after learning about a shots fired report.Right now, the scene is secure and there is no danger to the public. The cause
Missing mother, baby from Franklin County found safe
A baby and his mother who were reported missing Thursdayhave been safely located.Angel Heinbaugh was last seen in the company of his mother, Jessica Heinbaugh, at a home in the 9000 block of McKean Road in Quincy Township Franklin County, at noon Thursday, according to state police.In a social media
Waynesboro man guilty of leading heroin trafficking ring in Franklin Co.
Charles Lynch III, 30, was found guilty of six of the seven counts against him at the end of a four-day trial this week: possession with intent to distribute, conspiracy of possession with intent to distribute, operating a corrupt organization, conspiring with others in the operation of a corrupt or
Second Hazing Incident Involving Football Players Reported at Montgomery County High School; Two Killed in Silver Spring Crash; Three Dryers Catch Fire Saturday
Montgomery County police have been investigating allegations of unwanted sexual touching among football players at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown since Sept. 18, according to spokesman Capt. Paul Starks. Detectives say there could be multiple suspects and one victim, but that the victim did
Taco plan wins Hub City Business Competition
The idea behind C&O Taco is to run a stand with a menu that represents traditional street tacos coupled with ingredients from the Cumberland Valley. Starting this spring, the Torreses hope to have the stand operating on sidewalks and at wineries, festivals and other events.
James Burd Elementary School celebrates veterans with parade
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Students, faculty, and staff of James Burd Elementary School in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania celebrated veterans with a parade on November 12.Signs thanking veterans flooded the streets near the school as school officials led students around the block acknowledging veterans.United
Republican voters in Adams County showed up
The results of last week’s election in Adams County left no doubt what the prevailing party is in Adams County. After viewing the results, from governor to state representative, Adams County Republicans made a statement. Republicans turned back Democrats voting the straight ticket by more than a two
Pet(s) of the Week: Dorian and Mina
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - Check out these adorable, adoptable pets in this week’sPet(s) of the Week!
Antrim proposes to continue without property taxes
GREENCASTLE, Pa. — If all goes as expected, Antrim Township will not need a property tax for the 11th year in a row in order to operate in 2019.