Articles in the Franklin County News Category
SHIPPENSBURG >> Each January the Shippensburg Band hosts auditions for the best soloist on a band instrument and the best ensemble of 3 to 5 band instrumentalists in the six surrounding counties. This year’s winners will perform at the Shippensburg Band’s Spring Concert which will be on Sunday April 27 at 2:30 in the Shippensburg Area Senior High School auditorium.
Gina Baldoni, will be playing Nocturno Opus 7 by Franz Strauss on the french horn with the band. Gina has studied the french horn since 4th grade and plays in many groups …
SHIPPENSBURG >> Two 17-year-old Shippensburg males were charged with a string of graffiti incidents in the borough of Shippensburg after police found them in the 500 block of West King Street.
On Sept. 8 around 3:44 a.m., police noticed two young males walking along West King Street and thought they were under 18 and violating the curfew ordinance.
One male had been consuming alcohol, which was determined to be provided by the other male and multiple cans of spray paint were located on one of the males.
During the course of the investigation, …
SHIPPENSBURG >> According to Pennsylvania State Police, Carlisle, a 16-year-old juvenile male from Chambersburg was charged on March 29 after he reportedly threatened people in Shippensburg by waving a fake gun around.
Police report he had an airsoft replica modeled to look like a .45 caliber handgun and threatened a group of individuals in the area of Richard Avenue and Queen Street around 12:08 a.m.
He was taken into custody on the charged of terroristic threats, simple assault and disorderly conduct. The replica was recovered at the scene.
SHIPPENSBURG >> The Shippensburg Police Department, Shippensburg EMS and the Drug Enforcement Administration will be holding a drug take back event April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Shippensburg Police Department at 60 W. Burd Street.
Expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs can be disposed free and anonymously with no questions asked.
Last October, American turned in 324 tons (over 647,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at 4,114 sites operated by the DEA and its thousands of state and local law enforcement partners. Last year’s numbers combined in its seven …
Harrisburg >> Five Shippensburg area residents have been arrested on federal charges of drug trafficking, with three also charged in drug offenses that led to the death of 21-year-old Lurgan Township man Andrew Kyle Golter. According to a release from the U. S. States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Ashley Gries, 19, Danny Guy Forrester, 48, Michael Anthony DeCarlo, 31 Jeffrey Lynn Wright, all of Shippensburg, and Gabriel John Stouffer, 30, Newburg, were arrested and arraigned in Harrisburg on Wednesday.
Gries, Forrester, Stouffer, DeCarlo and Wright were charged by …
By Staff Reports
SHIPPENSBURG >> Shippensburg Produce and Outreach has received its official nonprofit charitable organization status and can continue the mission to feed those residents facing food insecurities in the Shippensburg school district.
The faith-based group started about five years ago under the guidance of Project Share, Carlisle, and served about 35 people a week.
Distributing only healthy, perishable food choices, SPO was able to distribute three weeks a month out of King’s Kettle and at Penn Street the fourth and fifth week of each month for the first three years.
As the need …
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By Lauren Cappuccio
SHIPPENSBURG >> Work has begun on a multi-million project at Shippensburg University to update its heating and cooling systems to save the university hundreds of thousands of dollars and reduce its carbon footprint.
The $30.2 million project is funded by the state through the Capital Funding program. By the end of the project, the university expects to save around $330,000 a year in electricity costs, according to Lance Bryson, associate vice president of facilities management and planning.
“The project is necessary to replace the aging infrastructure and to take advantage of …
SHIPPENSBURG >> A Shippensburg company could face more than $150,000 in penalties for alleged safety violations following an investigation by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Domestic Casting Co. LLC has been cited by the OSHA for 26 alleged safety violations found at its Shippensburg foundry.
The company faces $163,240 in proposed penalties for seven repeat, 16 serious, and three other-than-serious safety violations. OSHA initiated an inspection in August 2013 in response to a complaint.
Domestic Casting has 15 business days from receiving the citations to comply, request an informal conference with the OSHA …
The Shippensburg Borough Parks & Recreation Department
Office Hours – Weekdays – 9 am – 5pm
The Park & Recreation Office is located in Memorial Park.
For more details, information, or directions please call Kip @ (717)
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Instructional T-ball Registration
Boys & Girls Ages – 3, 4, 5, or 5, 6, 7, 8, – Age as of 8/31/14
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$35.00–Resident $45.00 – Non-Resident
T-ball is always looking for dedicated Coaches & Team Sponsors!
Suburban Baseball & Softball
65.00 – Resident $75.00 –Non-Resident
We play in Chambersburg Suburban League …
SHIPPENSBURG >> According to Shippensburg Police, Rashaad C. Schell, 23, Philadelphia was charged for theft by deception after reportedly using a credit card that wasn’t his to get a towed car back.
According to police, a 2007 Buick was stopped on Nov. 5 and its registration was suspended for no insurance and the operator was under suspension. The vehicle was towed to CDC Repair and Towing Service and Schell was told that he could only remove the vehicle if it were sold to another person or towed.
An unknown person called the …