From county-wide organizations like Cumberland County Housing and Redevelopment Authorities and the Cumberland County Visitors Bureau to downtown-oriented DCA and Destination Carlisle, a variety of entities promote a similar goal, albeit in different ways.
"Collaboration, in essence, is kind of a definition of community, right," Nicole Deary said. "It's the idea that we're all here for each other and we're in it together.
"By the end of the day I’m sure that we’re well over 150 volunteers," Brittany Rose, who serves as the race day onsite volunteer coordinator, said.
Results are available online at the Carlisle Family YMCA's website.
The organization's 21st annual Turkey Trot will take place at 9 a.m. Nov. 24.
Starting around 2015, Shumaker said the community began accepting donations from Creek View Community members to fill baskets with the necessities for a Thanksgiving meal.
The detachment usually gets 42-gallon, 3-mil thick, heavy duty trash bags that won't break with the number or weight of the gifts.
For the sixth year, the Charles Bruce Foundation will offer its annual, free coloring book to area children during Shop Small Saturday in Carlisle.
Gouges in one of the structure's pillars remain a visible reminder of the July 1, 1863 shelling of Carlisle during the Civil War.
Details regarding the time and cause of the crash or the condition of the individual were not available.
On loan from Wilson Middle School, a student-created mural from 1986 was installed at Create-a-Palooza and will memorialize one of its designers, Charlie Hickey, who died last year.
Big Spring School District’s search for a superintendent took flight after the school board approved Kevin Roberts’ resignation during their meeting Monday evening.
Remaining work on the skate spot includes the installation of railings in some areas, the addition of an access point to the park from the sidewalk, pouring footers for lighting and work on signage.
Theo's Diner is anticipated to open at 8 S. High St. in December and Awkward Illustration is planning for a November opening at 21 S. High St.
Carlisle residents and business owners in the borough's current emergency notification database will receive a notification Nov. 30 at 12:30 p.m.
While he said he doesn't have an exact date in mind, Borough Manager Fred Potzer said the Newville Borough Council is working on a plan to address his replacement.
The new center at 49 Brookwood Ave., offers a closer facility for children who have suffered abuse or witnessed violence.
The crash took place just before Exit 28 around 4:40 p.m. and the York County Coroner's Office identified the victim Friday as Brad Heckelman, 67, of Cumberland County.
The spray pad at Newville Community Park was constructed in 1998 and is scheduled to be replaced with a splash pad in the spring.
"I was shocked to tell you the truth," Sandy Morrison said of her reaction to receiving the wheelchair. "It was just … a shock, that’s all, to see it and actually touch it and know it was mine."
Both victims were transported to local hospitals with minor, non-life-threatening injuries, said Matthew Hinken, deputy fire chief at Union Fire Company in Carlisle.
Township Manager Scott Fraser said the township would look into "broad examinations of options" for the house and that it would be difficult to provide a timeline on votes or decisions.
A total of 50 volunteers including borough staff, residents and college students planted 530 trees outside Carlisle's Wastewater Treatment Plant Oct. 29.
The cidery, located along West High Street, came in at No. 5.
Thursday marked a soft opening for the restaurant and regular hours of operation began Friday.
The ceremony highlighted people who completed the organization's GED, English as a Second Language; digital literacy, Microsoft Excel & Outlook and/or nurse aid training programs.
The proposed budget is currently available for review and is scheduled for final adoption at Newville Borough Council's Nov. 29 meeting.
The free, outdoor event will feature five storytellers from communities who have been "historically marginalized," the YWCA said.
Cathy Stone, who previously served as CALC's gallery director, will replace Becky Richeson who stepped down from the organization's executive director position in April.
Preparations are nearly complete for the opening of Spice Restaurant and Bar this month at 125 W. Main St., the former site of the Colony House restaurant.