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In commemoration of the 154 anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address people from all over crowded the Soldiers' National Cemetery Rostrum lawn in Gettysburg this... [Read More]
Chambersburg Police are seeking more information in connection to an incident in which shots were fired in the borough Sunday morning. [Read More]
Readers share their views on a recent election, a tax increase, and the seriousness of concussions. [Read More]
A woman who admitted to drinking a 40oz beer before driving was charged with child endangerment. [Read More]
The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter answers your pet questions. [Read More]
A Waynesboro man claimed he didn't know what when wrong when he bought heroin for a couple... [Read More]
Responses ranged from Mom and Dad, to sparkly pens, and so much in between. [Read More]
Chandler Pagnotta earned rookie of the year honors with Central PA Legends. [Read More]
While the Nittany Lions' offense will lead its finish this season, Trace McSorley, Juwan Johnson and others will reveal even more about next year. [Read More]
The Nittany Lions dominating offense stole the show on senior day. If only everything else wouldn't have struggled down the stretch ... [Read More]
Reenactors march through Gettysburg for the annual Remembrance Day Parade on Saturday, November 18, 2017. [Read More]
Students at Scotland Elementary school tell us what they are most thankful for as the holiday season arrives. [Read More]
This year's Chambersburg Christmas Parade took place Nov. 18. If you missed it, watch it right here! [Read More]
The Chambersburg Downtown Business Council held their 48th annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, November 18, 2017. [Read More]
Penn State's Tyrell Chavis (56) celebrates after sacking Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee in the second half of an NCAA Division I football game Saturday, Nov.... [Read More]
Each year, more newborns spend their first days, weeks or even months in drug withdrawal, with symptoms that may be the worst some ever experience. [Read More]
Evening Sun reporter Ty Lohr gives updates on the threats made against the Remembrance Parade in Gettysburg. [Read More]
A press release earlier in the week stated that the Gettysburg Police Department had received a threat regarding the Remembrance Day activities. Gettysburg police chief... [Read More]
The following deed transfers, for Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, 2017, are public record in the Franklin County Registers and Recorders office. [Read More]
Penn State head football coach James Franklin greets fans before an NCAA Division I football game against Nebraska Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, at Beaver Stadium. [Read More]
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