A celebrity will visit Greencastle-Antrim Primary School next week. Colby Elliott, 10, from Texas, is a popular boy with the students, who have been in touch with him for several years. He doesn’t sing or dunk baskets, but he is personable, and a...
Molly Nowell, a senior at Greencastle-Antrim High School, won fourth place in the District 21 Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program. District 21 includes Franklin, Adams and York counties.
A fire in State Line Monday destroyed two vehicles.
Another snow disrupted travel and schools Monday for a wintery start of March.
The Greencastle Rotary Club held a spaghetti dinner with proceeds from the meal going toward the Eagle Scout project of Tyler Douglas, for patio furniture at Besore Library.
Officials at Waynesboro Hospital on Monday, March 3 commemorated the beginning of a $16 million medical office building construction project that begins this month and is projected to be completed by summer 2015.
The 79th annual Rescue Hose Company Hobo Minstrels will present “Down South in Dixie!” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 27, 28 and March 1 in the Greencastle-Antrim High School auditorium.
Bud O’Mara was blunt in his opening statement at a joint governmental meeting on Feb. 18. He was about to present detailed figures concerning the water systems of Greencastle Area Franklin County Water Authority and Antrim Township Municipal...
A roundtable discussion among local and county officials last week at least left the door open on possible ways to help the Greencastle-Antrim community afford its growing public school system.
The Greencastle-Antrim Lioness Club celebrated its 35th anniversary Monday, Feb. 17 at Mrs. Gibble’s Restaurant with 60 in attendance.
The Pennsylvania State Police have announced updated information in reference to the Interstate 81 homicide which occurred Jan. 4 in Antrim Township.
With a cluck and a cock-a-doodle-do occasionally emanating from two dog crates, a seminar on raising chickens went off without a ruffle last Tuesday night. Farmer’s Union Co-op Pet and Farm Supply hosted “Chicken Chat”, with live...
"What would be helpful for police to know?" That question opened a meeting between parents of children with autism, and two police chiefs.
Four local men braved Mother Nature on Feb. 15 and 16 with their annual winter weekend backpack trip.
Elwood Myers was honored for 28 years of service to Antrim Township on Feb. 11.
Wilson College opened its doors to male commuter students last fall, and three men enrolled. For fall 2014, residential male students are allowed, and interest in the Chambersburg college is up. Brian Speer, vice president for marketing and...
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Lindsay Carbaugh, a junior at Greencastle-Antrim High School, was crowned Pennsylvania Draft Horse and Mule Association Youth Representative Jan. 5 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Columbia Gas is busy on Greencastle streets, with a goal of finishing up an upgrade to its lines by the end of March.
A merry atmosphere pervaded a winter meeting of Special Blessings, a class for special needs people at Otterbein Church of the Brethren.
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