About 2,230 people ran or walked in Carlisle Family YMCA Turkey Trot Thanksgiving morning, marking the return to an in-person event after going virtual in 2020.
The end of a lease in Boiling Springs may have forced Sugar Shack's seasonal closure to become permanent, but its owners are looking at multiple locations and an ice cream truck.
“These are not just names on a gate or on a building. They’re supposed to be stories that can inspire us,” Dickinson College professor Matthew Pinsker said.
The Boiling Springs Civic Association on Thursday said it is canceling its annual tree lighting ceremony because of "impractical restrictions" on attendance.
The celebration included the Sharpes Choir from Shippensburg Area High School singing Christmas songs, volunteers handing out hot chocolate, goody bag giveaways and a balloon artist.
Lauren Sheeler, business and development associate for the Carlisle Corps, transferred to the Harrisburg office Monday after seven years in Carlisle.
Dickinson College will officially rename a residence hall and campus gateway for formerly enslaved people who were significant figures on campus at a ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 20.
Dennis Medvid was one of dozens of veterans who attended the annual Veterans’ Day ceremony at the Old Courthouse on the Carlisle Square.
The ordinance has been in the works for more than two years and was to have been up for a vote in April 2020. But it was delayed as the borough dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Rotary Club of Carlisle and the Rotary Club of Carlisle-Sunrise will host an online charity auction in early December to support Safe Harbour.
The borough's contractor, Rogele, Inc., was slated to put down the final wearing course on Fairground Avenue from the railroad tacks north to B Street on Monday and Tuesday.
The borough will organize the parade, which is scheduled for 11 a.m. Dec. 4. The parade will start at West South and South Hanover streets and end at Louther Street and North Hanover Street.
A crash on Interstate 81 south is causing traffic backlogs on the highway, as well as through downtown Carlisle, according to PennDOT.
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Volunteers and craft people put down about 20 of the anticipated 200 blankets in the Veterans Memorial Courtyard to test logistics and spacing for the Dec. 21 event.
The CodeRed test shows the borough how quickly notifications are delivered to the entire community in case of an actual emergency.
PPL is reporting that 1,200 of its customers are without power in Carlisle, and Cumberland Goodwill EMS reported that traffic lights are down at the Square.
Funding from Carlisle borough dropped from $99,500 in 2020 to $58,000 in the 2021 budget, a difference of $41,500.
The Carlisle Halloween parade returned on Wednesday night. It took a year's hiatus in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
About 70 entries registered for the biggest event of the year for Carlisle Parks and Recreation.
The parade was called off for 2021 due to funding cuts at the Downtown Carlisle Association, which organizes the parade.
The parade will go west on East North Street to Hanover Street then make a left turn to go south on Hanover Street to Willow Street where the parade will disband.
Registration for the race is underway at carlislefamilyymca.org with a deadline this weekend. Prices increase after 11:45 p.m. Oct. 31 and some race registration options will no longer be offered.
Dominic Garcia turned his experiences into lessons he shares with an online community that he’s grown primarily though the livestreaming platform, YouNow.
Newville Borough confirmed that its Halloween Parade scheduled for Monday night has been canceled due to expected thunderstorms.
Jones Geological Services will make a presentation and answer questions at the Silver Spring Township's Board of Supervisors meeting at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27, according to the township's Facebook page.