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With a tie-breaking vote by Mayor Bietsch, Chambersburg council narrowly agrees to the possibility of hosting a mini-casino. [Read More]
Highways and infrastructure may be the next major legislative chore for Congress. Trump and Rep. Shuster meet in the Oval Office on Monday. [Read More]
The operator of the senior living community owes back rent and is wrestling with the owner of the property in federal courts. [Read More]
The Pa. House overwhelmingly passed a bill that pays to replace the ancient computer system used in Unemployment Compensation. [Read More]
Local tourism grants are awarded to seven projects -- including more bathrooms for Totem Pole Playhouse and restoration at Coyle Free Library. [Read More]
Rep. Paul Schemel's proposal for a part-time legislature would also cut pay by nearly a third. But could it pass. [Read More]
State lawmakers share what they think about a proposal to have the legislature work part time. [Read More]
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Herbruck's Poultry Ranch needs one last approval for Franklin County's largest egg laying farm. Big trucks can't turn onto Mercersburg's Main Street. [Read More]
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The U.S. House passed a bill, sponsored by Rep. Bill Shuster, that allows a person to conceal a gun in any state, provided the person... [Read More]
J&B Bridals has a regional reputation... [Read More]
Ilera Healthcare is the first local operation to get Department of Health approvals in the medical marijuana program. [Read More]
Art Halvorson is exploring whether to pursue Rep. Shuster again. [Read More]
Firefighters pull woman from burning home near Rouzerville. [Read More]
StopTransource schedules awareness rally in Chambersburg about proposed electric transmission line. [Read More]
Burning rubber produces thick smoke, but remains outside Edge Rubber in Chambersburg. [Read More]
Summit Health's income exceeded spending by $56 million for fiscal 2017. [Read More]
Local wages should increase. The labor market is tight and could get even tighter as Congress tackles tax reform and infrastructure investment. [Read More]
More than 500,000 hunters were expected to be afield in the state on Monday. [Read More]
Hunters concerned about chronic wasting disease may need to wait six weeks for results. [Read More]
Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro warns of holiday 'cybersquatting" and scamming... [Read More]
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