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Youngsters can get a hook in Pennsylvania's trout fishing season this Saturday in SE Pennsylvania. [Read More]
Most population grow has in southcentral and southeast Pennsylvania since 2010. Lebanon Co. ranks third, Franklin 7th. [Read More]
State Sen. Scott Wagner, Republican candidate for Pennsylvania governor in 2018, will be keynote speaker at the Lincoln Day Dinner. [Read More]
Larry Lahr faces an uphill battle in challenging Chambersburg Council President Allen Coffman in the May primary. [Read More]
PFC Dana Diehl was killed in the Vietnam War nearly 50 years ago. A bridge may be named in his honor. [Read More]
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has listed Franklin County among the top uncooperative counties in the U.S. [Read More]
Pa. Department of Agriculture approves 16 hemp projects, one in Franklin County. [Read More]
The Waynesboro Police Department is investigating the cause of house fire on Sunday. [Read More]
Tyler Foust wants to save his family's old maple tree in Pleasant Hall. His utility wants reliability and safety. [Read More]
Franklin County lost jobs in 2016, but remains at full employment. Manufacturers wait for turnaround. [Read More]
Defense spending could boost Letterkenny. Domestic cuts could hurt working families. Transportation investment is missing. [Read More]
The dream of connecting Shippensburg and Carlisle with the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail gets a lift. [Read More]
Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-Chambersburg, joined four other Republican lawmakers this week to announce legislation intended to curb illegal immigration in Pennsylvania. [Read More]
Letterkenny Army Depot is recognized worldwide for excellence in building the Patriot anti-missile missile launcher. [Read More]
The Cumberland Valley Chapter of Pheasants Forever is working with landowners to establish a wild population of ring-necked pheasants in southwestern Franklin County. [Read More]
Summit Health has surpassed Letterkenny Army Depot as the largest employer in Franklin County. [Read More]
Winds will be kicking around the snow left by Winter Storm Stella across southern Cumberland Valley. [Read More]
The Pa. Game Commission reported that the statewide buck harvest was the largest since 2002, but local hunters weren't as lucky. [Read More]
Up to 2 feet of snow from Winter Storm Stella may snow-in the back country as PennDOT concentrates on I-81. [Read More]
West Penn Power is position positioning linemen for the coming storm. [Read More]