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.
The Mechanicsburg Chamber of Commerce on Monday released the results of the Mechanicsburg Halloween Parade, which took place on Oct. 12.
The township said in a Facebook post that it has also reached out to the Geography and Earth Science Department at Shippensburg University for possible assistance in identifying the cause of the noises.
While the tool shed’s modular base was built in Virginia, its notched wooden roof was put together onsite by Mechanicsburg Borough Councilman Gary Weber, assisted by wife Lorrie Weber and Jim Van Kirk with brother Fred Van Kirk.
Tree trimming will begin at 6 a.m. Tuesday in the borough around the intersection of Main and Walnut streets.
The Mechanicsburg Area School Board approved a health and safety plan Tuesday for the upcoming school year that makes face masks optional for students and staff.
Richard Phelan, a longtime entertainment promoter, now says he wants to bring back live entertainment to downtown Mechanicsburg.
Upper Allen Township on Friday morning will hold a ribbon-cutting for its second inclusive playground in the township.
Pennsylvania American Water late Monday issued a mandatory water conservation notice for about 41,500 customers in the Mechanicsburg area and the West Shore due to operational issues at the Silver Spring Township water treatment plant.
The 1972 Mustang Mach 1 will be part of a display celebrating the anniversary of the “Big Horse Mustang,” featuring 1971-1973 Mustangs.
Wolf Brewing Co. is now officially open in the Market Square at the Legacy Park development.
A working plan to rehabilitate an historic Mechanicsburg meeting place into a “community hub center” has been set in motion by the Turning Point Church of Mechanicsburg with a little help from the Upper Allen Mechanicsburg Baseball Association.
Community spread of COVID-19 in the community has been classified as substantial with increasing incidence and positivity rates.
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Students will not be sleeping outdoors for the annual Youth Sleepout for the Homeless event in Mechanicsburg, but a recrafted event will still raise awareness and collect funds in Mechanicsburg.
Mechanicsburg Area School District advises its community members to maintain "a response of vigilance" as the district continues to actively monitor positive COVID-19 cases reported within the district in the past several days.
Silver Spring Township will hold a virtual public meeting to review the draft zoning ordinance and map update at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17.
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 district started work at Good Hope and Hampden Elementary earlier this year.
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The draft proposal awaits approval from Mechanicsburg and Shiremanstown boroughs.
Despite no positive COVID cases reported within the district this week, however, a total of 21 district students remained in virus-related quarantine.
The Mechanicsburg Area School District is moving ahead with planning for a proposed building expansion at the high school next year that possibly could be followed by building renovation projects at the middle school and high school starting in 2022.
The Borough of Mechanicsburg and the Mechanicsburg Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors on Tuesday announced that the annual Halloween Parade that was scheduled for Oct. 13 has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Wildcat Remote Care Program of the Mechanicsburg Area School District will provide services to elementary school students on their remote learning days during the hybrid instruction schedule.
The district’s finalized 2020-21 reopening plan has been posted for public review on the district’s website, www.mbgsd.org.