A rabid cat was found last week in Boiling Springs, the state Department of Health reported Tuesday.
The township approved a one-year extension for service with the trash hauler because the only bid for a new contract came from Waste Management.
The Boiling Springs Civic Association did not hold a lakeside tree lighting ceremony this year because of attendance restrictions on a federal permit. An event was held at Spring Meadows Park earlier this year instead. The luminaries and Christmas tree in the lake are still displayed at the lake.
South Middleton Township has stepped in to help the Boiling Springs Civic Association host a modified event this Sunday.
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.
The Boiling Springs Civic Association on Thursday said it is canceling its annual tree lighting ceremony because of "impractical restrictions" on attendance.
The Boiling Springs Tavern may not fully reopen for another 2 1/2 years - with the possibility of partial reopenings during phases of construction - but owner Terry Rickert also has plans to open a deli down the street.
The Bubbler Foundation may have only been able to offer a fireworks show for their annual Labor Day weekend festivities in Boiling Springs last year due to the pandemic, but the full festival returns this Sunday.
The connector road was an idea introduced in 2005 during discussions over a housing development near Fairview Street.
Organizers of the Day at the Lake event are excited to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the founding of Boiling Springs village, even if it is a year late due to COVID-19.
It was cold, it was damp, but by all appearances, the hundreds who gathered in Boiling Springs for the return of VFW Post 8851’s annual Memorial Day parade, ceremony and picnic on Sunday afternoon simply were glad to be there as a community once again.
Though Foundry Day will not return this June, most other events, including the Memorial Day parade and ceremony, are scheduled to take place this summer after being canceled the previous year due to the pandemic.
As proposed, “traffic-calming” measures are planned for installation along First Street between High Street and Hilltop Road that will also improve ADA accessibility in the areas.
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Boiling Springs and Marcello's in Carlisle came together to provide a meal to the people at My Brother's Table.
Children’s Lake in Boiling Springs was drained to control vegetation, but should be filled back up on Wednesday, according to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.
Supervisors approved a final subdivision and land development plan for Phase II of Morgan’s Crossing at Petersburg Road and Cobblestone Drive.
Every year, like clockwork, the same families and organizations go out on a particular night to light every candle. For each group, the luminaries have become a tradition, a big part of the season.
Organizers of the annual tree lighting and luminaries event at Children's Lake in Boiling Springs have canceled the ceremony due to COVID-19, though a tree lighting will still take place from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 6.
South Middleton School District Superintendent Matt Strine on Thursday said a Boiling Springs High School student has tested positive for COVID-19, and that student has family members in three of the district’s schools.
According to National Transportation Safety Board data, there had been 14 fatal aircraft crashes in Cumberland County since the early 1960s, the earliest dates for which records are available online:
The delay on Thursday follows an initial hearing continuation the board granted to the developer on Aug. 27.
South Middleton Township supervisors last week agreed to amend the township’s existing zoning ordinance to initiate a new zoning district, a top goal listed in the township’s master plan for the Walnut Bottom corridor that was completed earlier this year.
Presently, no tenants have been contracted to occupy the facility, but developers plan to network with area medical professionals to learn more about health care needs within the community.
The Guise family Thursday night accepted a check for $90,265.49, a token of the outpouring of support that both the family and the fire company have experienced since firefighter Jerome Guise's death in a March 9 house fire.
There are a lot of pieces to the reopening puzzle for a resort like Allenberry Resort in Monroe Township, which includes a restaurant, guest rooms and event hosting in addition to being the home of Keystone Theatrics.