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Franklin County commissioners are applying for a $222,000 Housing and Urban Development grant. Trump proposed a 15-percent cut to the department. [Read More]
Nearly a decade in the making, Parkwood Drive has been extended from Norland Drive to Kohler Road. [Read More]
The Keystone School-Based Health Clinic readies for its second year with a mission. [Read More]
Col. Stephen Ledbetter takes command as Letterkenny Army Depot prepares for Korean support and the Multi-Mission Launcher. [Read More]
A youth league plans to built ball fields on land that the 1995 BRAC cut from Letterkenny Army Depot. [Read More]
The local peach crop has recovered this year, but the weather may shorten the season... [Read More]
Two lakes popular for fishing and other recreation are listed as "impaired" by the Department of Environmental Protection. [Read More]
Residents want to return dignity to Scotland. [Read More]
Transource will hold public meetings in August on the possible routes for an electric transmission line through Franklin County. [Read More]
Rural King wants to own the former JC Penney store at the mall in Greene Township. [Read More]
It's a seller's market as home inventories decline in Franklin County. [Read More]
The House adopts Shuster language that the congressman says protects Letterkenny Army Depot and its Patriot missile system. [Read More]
County spends $40,000 to replace failing electronic key system. [Read More]
Pot gardens found in Tuscarora State Forest... [Read More]
You can dig through the medical marijuana applications and come up with surprising results, and plenty of blackened pages. [Read More]
The virus has been detected in Hamilton Township mosquitoes. [Read More]
Ads promoting the borough's aquatic center appear around the county while the pool is closed this summer. [Read More]
Giant store in Chambersburg would be first grocery in Franklin County to sell wine, beer. [Read More]
Last year the state Pennsylvania Office of Inspector General went after more than 800 people in an effort to recover $3.5 million in welfare benefits... [Read More]